vRoot Application is a Small Application for Windows Computer, which allows you to root the Android Devices running between Android 2.2 to Android 4.3 in a Single Click.
Here on this page, we have managed to share the latest versions of the vRoot Tool along with the previous versions.
vRoot comes as an installer, which means you need to install the application on your computer to use it. Once the application is installed, launch it and connect your Android Device to the computer to Root it.
One Click Root:
vRoot allows you to root your android device in a click. Launch the vRoot Tool on the computer, after that connect your android device to the computer and Click on Root Button to root the device.
vRoot allows you to root the Android Device using the Recovery Method. Whenever vRoot finds it’s hard to root the device, then it automatically tries to root the device by booting into the fastboot mode.
Once you have rooted your device using the vRoot Tool, you will find a few other apps preinstalled on the device, including the System Cleaner and Chinese App Store.
Download vRoot Application
vRoot is compatible with all versions of Windows OS, including Windows XP to Windows 10 (x32 or x64 bit). If in case you were looking for the latest version of the vRoot Tool, then use the following links to get it on your computer:
[*] How to Use: If you want to learn to use the vRoot Tool to root the Android Devices, then head over to How to use vRoot Tool page.
[*] How to unroot: To unroot your device, you need to re-launch the vRoot tool and click on the unroot button to unroot the device.
[*] Important Update: vRoot is now re-branded as iRoot Application. The interface and the functionally of the iRoot Application is almost same as vRoot.
[*] Alternative Apps: There are several One-Click Root Applications are available, including Root Genius Application, Kingo Root Application, Cydia Impactor, Motochopper Application, ioRoot Application, and Binary Toolkit.
[*] Credits: vRoot is created and distributed by Shenzhen (Developer), so full credit goes to them for sharing the Application for free.