Android Rooting With SuperOneClick

SuperOneClick allows you to root your Android in one click (hence the name). SuperOneClick is a Windows/Linux based application that runs on you desktop/laptop. Click through to find out more about one click rooting.

Here’s a list of devices that have been confirmed to work with SuperOneClick:

  • ·         Acer Liquid Metal
  • ·         Dell Streak
  • ·         HTC Magic (Sapphire) 32B
  • ·         HTC Bee
  • ·         LG Ally
  • ·         Motorola Atrix4G
  • ·         Motorola Charm
  • ·         Motorola Cliq
  • ·         Motorola Droid
  • ·         Motorola Flipside
  • ·         Motorola Flipout
  • ·         Motorola Milestone
  • ·         Nexus One
  • ·         Samsung Captivate
  • ·         Samsung Galaxy 551 (GT-I5510)
  • ·         Samsung Galaxy Portal/Spica I5700
  • ·         Samsung Galaxy S 4G
  • ·         Samsung Galaxy S I9000
  • ·         Samsung Galaxy S SCH-I500
  • ·         Samsung Galaxy Tab
  • ·         Samsung Transform M920
  • ·         Samsung Vibrant
  • ·         Sony Ericsson Xperia E51i X8
  • ·         Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
  • ·         Sprint Hero
  • ·         Telus Fascinate
  • ·         Toshiba Folio 100

Download the program, unzip the folder and run SuperOneClick.exe. Then plug your Android into the computer via the USB cable that came with the phone. Click the Root button on SuperOneClick (if you’re using a phone with a NAND lock and you haven’t unlocked it yet with Unrevoked, click the Shell Root button instead of Root)

You can download the latest version here.