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How To Root OnePlus One Smartphone

Last Updated On: April 3, 2017

Here, this article related with the Rooting process of all new One Plus One Android Phone smartphone device. But before that, we will discuss about some amazing specs and features of this smartphone device. This smartphone has 5.5 inch LTPS LCD multi capacitive touch screen display with great screen resolution up to 1080 x 1920 pixels and has pixel density around of 401 pixel per inch (PPI). The display of this device is protected with the Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The OnePlus One smartphone device has 13 mega pixel resolution rear facing camera with auto focus and dual LED flash light. It also comes with front facing camera with resolution of 5 mega pixel. One Plus One Smartphone Price is very affordable.

This OnePlus One Phones device comes with different different internal memory storage space with 16 GB and 64 GB. But, it has no slot for an external micro SD card. So, you can not expand the built-in memory storage. This smartphone comes with 3 GB of RAM memory. It is powered by a stunning 2.5 GHz Krait 400 Qualcomm MSM8974AC Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor with GPU Adreno 330. It runs on an Android operating system with android version 4.4.2 KitKat. This One Plus Smartphone is packed with massive 3100 mAh battery capacity with non-removable Li-Po battery. It can connect the internet via newest 4G LTE connectivity. The One Plus One Smartphone Reviews are also positive from the users.

OnePlus One Smartphone
Before we get started the Rooting process, there are some prerequisites must be known. The prerequisites are as under.
Prerequisites :
  • Make a backup of all the personal data or files which have been saved on your smart phone device. Because during the process, the data may be harmed.
  • Download the OnePlus One USB Drivers and install it on your computer device.
  • Make sure that your device has charged at least equal or more than 60-70%. If not, then first of all charge your device.

First of all, you have to download and install Fastboot and ADB in your PC device. To do that, you have to also download zip package of full Android SDK. Then, extract that Android SDK zip package and save it’s all contents in a folder as “android-sdk-windows” without any kind of quotes.

After that, open that folder which has been saved in your desktop and click on the option of SDK Manager.exe. Then, install the packages Android SDK Platform-tools, Android SDK Tools, Google USB Driver and Android Support library. After downloading that packages, once again open the “android-sdk-Windows” folder. If you will see a new folder with the name “platform-tools”, it means the process of installation of Fastboot and ADB will be done.

Now, we will mention some easy steps for the Rooting process of OnePlus One smart phone device. But, before that, you will need to install Custom Recovery file and unlock the Bootloader of your device.

ROOTING PROCESS:

  • First of all, download the SuperSU.zip file package. Then, save this package in the “platform-tools”, which is already a folder of “Android-sdk-windows”.
  • Now, turn off your device and put it into custom recovery mode by pressing the Volume Down Key + Power Key simultaneously.
  • Connect your smart phone to the computer through USB cable.
  • To transfer the SuperSU zip file to smart phone’s SD card, enter the commands as per below.
  • “cd Desktop/android-sdk-windows/platform-tools””adb push UPDATE-SuperSU-vX.XX.zip /sdcard/”
  • Now, choose the “Install Zip Package” and also select the SuperSU file which has been saved in your SD card.
  • After the selection of options, the process will start and take only a few time.

Once the process is done, then reboot your smart phone device. After the reboot, your One Plus One Phone device will be Root.

See also : Advantage & Disadvantage of Rooting

About Mukesh Chauhan

Mukesh Chauhan is an Engineering Student, who loves to write about technology and gadgets. Currently he is studying and working as an Editor on Theandroidportal.com