Notice to Users: Before using Android Root guide, please read the disclaimer carefully. You must agree to all terms below before you go on with the guide, if you do not agree to all terms. Do not root your phone.
If you use guide here refers to”Android Root guide”, it should be treated as the user agreement and confirm all these terms below, users will take all potential risks and accidental damage responsibility by using this rooting tool for their own.


1.1 “root Android” is a collection of documents, links to document, softwares that provide by third party, it can help Android phone users get or remove superuser access – Root Access.
1.2 All guide,root software , tools was developed by third party, does not own or write any tool that does root your phone.

1.3, Copyright Most documents werecollected from online resources, might reorder or arrange the guide to make it suitable for netcut users to follow.  and will try to keep original links to the owner, and keep an local copy of the tools or guides, if you do feel this conflicts your right, please contact
support [at] directly with the link, or leave a comment to this page. We can modify to include links to your page or remove it from here as you wish (plus you are the owner of the tool or document).
1.4 Most Pre-rooting preparations, to ensure your phone’ battery is over 50%, 100 MB or more of free space, so “tools or image file” gets enough space and battery life to finish rooting.


2.1 After rooting your phones, you are probably losing your original data on RAM. So we highly recommend you backup all your important data (contacts, SMS messages, call history, etc.) before rooting or unrooting your phones, in case of data loss caused by unforeseen circumstances.
2.2 Rooting immediately voids your phone’s warranty, you should consider very carefully whether you need to gain root privileges.
2.3 When gain root privileges process, there is a very small chance will result in lost data on the SD card. We recommend users backup all data first or use a blank SD card then start rooting


3.1 After rooting means giving yourself root permissions on your phone., you can manage all objects in the operating system. General software is available by using the ROOT privileges to implement more features, but when malware intrusion systems it also needs the root privilege. So please carefully consider authorizing an unknown application with root privileges.
3.2 After rooting, users can modify system files, delete, move, copy, etc. All these operations may cause the phone system or other application exceptions.
3.3 After rooting, users can to delete the pre-installed program in addition to visualization applications, and also includes a number of important system components. Remove these important systems program might cause system instability, and the program is behaving abnormally.
3.4 After users get root permissions. If the user authorizes some unknown program with root privileges, all phone user privacy information may leak and result in a high security risks.
3.5 After rooting, the cell phone will lose all security protection by build-in permissions restrictions. This may result in your phones suffered by malware or virus attacks.
3.6 After you acquire root permissions, users may use other tools to complete the whole modifications to the system’s internal procedures, if the user lacks a preliminary understanding of rooting, please does not use this function


4.1 Remove root privileges, the phone system will shut down the highest authority, and some programs which need root privileges to run the program will not work properly.
4.2 Romove root privileges will cause some system program and services cannot work correctly due to the operations after rooting.
4.3 Romove root privileges cannot guarantee recovery your phone warranty service.


5.1 when using “Root android guide”, users should take all the responsibilities for all rooting risks and security problem after gaining the root privilege.
To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event shall not be liable for any consequential, incidental, direct, indirect, special, or other damages whatsoever
(including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or other pecuniary loss).
5.2 Although after testing Samsung most brand, we still cannot guarantee any guide here is completely compatible with all OS and hardware without errors.
If there are compatible problems and software errors, each of the guide have contact of original developer of the root tools, can try to contact and address issues. does not provide any support on to the rooting guide.
5.3 For telecommunication system or network failure, computer crash, Internet, mobile phone failure, or a virus problem, data damage or loss of information, computer systems or any other force major causes any losses, will assume no responsibility