How To Root Your Android Phone And Recover All The Data

Rooting involves getting “root access” to your Android phone. When you have such access, you can make changes to your phone’s default features and looks, install incompatible or blocked apps, block off advertisements, shoot up the performance capacity or reduce activity levels for better battery life. And in case you need to recover your files from the phone due to any reason, you would have to root it before doing so.

How to Root Your Android Phone with Universal Android Root

Universal Android Root is an app that lets you root your phone without using a computer. I must caution you that when you root your phone with this option, you stand the risk of losing your data. Anyway, here are the steps:

Step One: Install the App

Begin by going to your phone settings’ security options and check the option of unknown sources. Then, download Universal Android Root. With your file manager, browse to the app’s apk file and tap on it. When you get a confirmation message, accept the installation.

Step Two: Root Device

Then, tap on the app’s icon on your home screen and initiate the rooting process.


How to Root and Recover Data with iSkysoft Android Data Recovery

I highly recommend a safe and efficient tool like iSkysoft Android Data Recovery. This program lets you root and recover data from 6,000 Android devices from various brands. You can also recover your data even without perfectly rooting your phone. The best part is that you can selectively recover files.

Step One: Root Device

Go to your phone Settings and click on “About phone”. Then, tap on the Build number around 7 times. You will then see the new Developer options menu. From here, enable USB debugging. Then, use a USB cable to connect the device to your PC. Launch iSkysoft Android Data Recovery and begin rooting. If you face an issue with Standard Mode, do it in Advanced Mode.

Step Two: Recover Data

Now, you can begin recovering your data. Initiate the scanning process through the program. From the list of files, select the ones to recover and preview. Then, recover them.

Concluding Words

Remember to reserve minimum 20% of your battery for the entire process. Well, you have learned both the options! But I urge you to use the safer, more efficient and trustworthy way.