How to root Android One Devices Easily
Updated on August 6, 2021
These are instructions on how to root any Android One Devices in a click using the Android One Toolkit on Windows Computer.
Caution: Rooting the device using the Android Toolkit may delete/wipe your data. Therefore, we recommend you take a backup of your data before using the Toolkit.
Root Android One Devices in a Click
- Download and install Microsoft NET Framework 4.0 on the computer. If in case Microsoft NET Framework 4.0 is already installed on the computer, the SKIP this Step.
- Enable USB Debugging on your Device. To enable the USB debugging: Open Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging > Tap on the Checkbox to Enable it.
(Developer Options is hidden for Android 4.2.2 and above, to display this option Go to Settings > About Phone > Built Number > Tap on it for 5-8 times).
- Download and extract Android One Toolkit on the Computer. After Extracting, you will be able to see the following files:
- Open Android-ONE-Toolkit.exe to Launch the Tool:
- Once Android One Toolkit is launched, Click on install drivers to install the Android USB drivers on the computer (you can SKIP this step if ADB drivers are already installed).
- Connect your Android device to the computer using the USB cable:
- Click on List Devices (to check whether your device is connected to the computer successfully).
- Click on the Root button to begin the rooting process.
- Once the rooting process is completed, Disconnect your device from the computer and restart it.
- Now, in the App Drawer, you will be able to see the SuperSU icon, which confirms that your device is rooted successfully.
Optional: You can also verify the root status of your device by using the Root Checker Application.
[*] Backup: Please take a backup of your essential data, as rooting may delete/wipe your data. Backup also help you to recover your data whenever anything wrong happens in the rooting process.
[*] How to Unroot: To unroot, Open SuperSU on your Device > Settings > Full Unroot.
[*] Supports: Android One Toolkit is capable of rooting, unlocking the bootloader, and installing custom recovery (philz and TWRP) on all the Android One devices.
[*] Credits: The Android One Toolkit was created and distributed by anil293 (xda developer). So, full credit goes to him for sharing the tool for free.