Rooting is not an unfamiliar term for any Android user. There are many pros and cons of rootings, and we have discussed about it earlier. Only drawback I personally consider about Android is that, there are different rooting tools and methods.
The reason behind is there are numbers of manufacturers, hailstorming the market with different models, and all with different chipsets. This makes rooting a bit cumbersome process, as not all chipsets and models are rooted with same process.
Though there are no universal rooting method, but there are certain universal steps that are mandatory while rooting any Android device. One of them is USB debugging mode. If you are rooting your Android phone through PC, you will need to enable USB debugging mode in order to proceed further.
If you are new to Rooting process, you might not be aware. There’s a hidden menu in Settings, it’s called ‘Developer’s options’. As the name itself says, you will need to perform a little trick in order to reveal this menu in your Settings.
Step #1: Open Settings.
Step #2: Scroll down to bottom, and click on About phone.
Step #3: Now click on Device Information.
Step #4: Keep tapping Build Number until you see a small message at bottom saying, You are now a Developer !
Step #5: Go back to Settings, and just above About phone you will notice a new option; Developer’s options.