Root any Android Smart Phone with QualComm Chipset without PC
When it comes to rooting Android, the first thing that irritates is that there are so many tools, mobile manufacturers and also thousands of models. You never know which rooting tool or process will work on your device.
To make it simple, we have come up with a simple one touch root method; that works on almost all Qualcomm based Android devices. We have already explained what is root; in addition to that, we have also provided a tool that can root most of Android device.
The tool we provided earlier worked with both MediaTek and Qualcomm. Here we are, with one more tool to root any Android device having Qualcomm chipset.
Below is the tutorial, please follow steps to your Android smart phone:
Step #1: Download Poot.APK file.
Step #2: If you have downloaded the file on PC, then copy the file to your device.
Step #3: Go to Settings > Security > check the box near ‘Unknown Sources’.
Step #6: Open the Poot app from home screen, and it will ask to install MINISTRO II servcices, agree and install the same from PlayStore.
Step #7: Launch Poot app again, and it will prompt to update its libraries, press OK.
Select “Press here to Poot” option.
Step #9: After that, you will now see three options on your screen: Get Superuser, get Root-checker and In-built rootcheck. Select “Get superUser” and download Superuser app.
Step #10: Restart your phone to apply the changes.
There you go, you now have successfully rooted your Qualcomm Android Smart phone without using PC. Below, we have given a list of tested devices, please note: We have not tested it on all the devices given below, there feedbacks are received from respective device users.
List of compatible devices:
Huawei U8860 Honor;
HUAWEI ASCEND Y.
SAMSUNG GALAXY MINI 2 S6500
SAMSUNG GALAXY CENTURA – SCH-S738C
SAMSUNG GALAXY DISCOVER – S730M
Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562
Samsung Galaxy ACE 2X;
LG Optimus Sol E730;
Gygabyte GSmart G1345;
Sony Ericsson WT19i Live with Walkman;
Sony Xperia Tipo (Single/Dual)
Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray;
HTC Desire Z;
Ninetology Pearl Mini i5350
Kyocera Hydro C5170
And still counting…
If you device isn’t listed above, but you have successfully rooted your device using our method, please specify your make and model in comment or on our social media pages, so other users can be helped.
Disclaimer: None of the tool mentioned above are developed by us. Also, rooting will void your device warranty, and there is a potential risk of bricking your Android phone, so proceed at your own risk. We shall held no responsibility for your broken device.
A Writer, a Techie and a little freak. 🙂