Azerokit is a Windows utility that simplifies the management and customization of Android devices. It enables users to easily root their devices, manage ADB, and use Fastboot functions. Designed for both beginners and advanced users, Azerokit makes customizing, debugging, and rooting Android devices a seamless experience.
Features of Azerokit
Azerokit has developed a simple and user-friendly method for Android device users to gain root access safely. The simplified process includes a comprehensive guide that takes you through each step, ensuring a hassle-free and seamless experience.
Azerokit’s Fastboot feature lets you flash custom ROMs, recoveries, and kernels onto your Android device. This simplifies the process of installing and updating custom software, providing you with complete control over your device’s performance.
Azerokit offers recovery tools that make accessing and installing custom recoveries easy using Fastboot. With these tools, you can conveniently create and restore device backups, perform system maintenance, and recover from software issues.
Azerokit’s ADB integration enables you to install APK files directly from your computer to your Android device. This simplifies the installation of apps that are unavailable on the Play Store or when you need to install multiple apps at once.
Azerokit is compatible with a variety of Android devices manufactured by Samsung, Sony, and Xiaomi. Moreover, it supports a wide range of carriers, including unlocked devices, O2, Orange, T-Mobile (Spirit), AT&T, Rogers, MTN (M-Cell, Irancell, M-Syria), MCI, Jio, Vodafone, Alcatel Emertel, Verizon, Du, and Claro.
Following are the Download links from which you can download the tool for Windows (32-bit or 64-bit).
[*] Beta: Azerokit is still in the early phase of development (beta), therefore you might experience some bugs in the application.
[*] Upcoming Feature: Azerokit is soon going to introduce support for installing ZIP files using Fastboot which will eliminate the requirement of a custom recovery to flash custom mods, themes or system updates.
[*] Credits: Azerokit was created and distributed by Daniel Hoseini, the developer. Therefore, full credit goes to him for sharing this tool for free.