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vRoot: Root Android Device Without Voiding Warranty [How-To]

We have covered a lot of root guides in past few years, and maybe you are one of them who actually use one of our root guide to get access the root level access of your own device. On the other hand, many people are really get bothered or hesitating when performing device rooting because they think that this will void their device warranty at the end. If you are one of those guys then just follow this guide to root Android device without voiding warranty of your device.

You can root your device soundly and the device warranty is still out there, as you will find many root software in the market which allow you to perform device rooting with just one simple click and also having no fear or worry that your device warranty is lost.

Please note this rooting tools is effective on those devices which runs on Android 4.0 or higher. Moreover it is also effective on devices which have built-in security applications, for instance Samsung’s Know.

Just avoid the complicated way for rooting like using Odin, searching installable recovery, and thing like that. Once this tool identify your device, then it will enable the permissions by using root exploits with just one click of a single button.

Prerequisites for vRoot:

How To Root Android Device Using vRoot:

  • For this procedure we are using Samsung with built-in enabled security software Knox, so you have the same device then make sure that you disable the “Lock Reactivation” first by navigating “Settings -> Security -> Lock Reactivation.”
  • Install vRoot and just launch it.
  • Enable the USB Debugging option on your device. To enable this use “Developer Option“.
  • Simply connect your own device into PC.
  • Now the VRoot will just recognized your device by searching internal database (which have around 8000 devices), and when recognized the root button will show up.
  • Click the Root button. The rooting process will begin just after a few moments and when done your device will reboot.

When the process is complete successfully the you will get the root access to install custom ROM, you can check the root permission by using the application called Root Checker which is available on Google Play Store.