Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to root an Android device without using a computer:
- Download and install a file manager app on your device if you don’t already have one. Some popular options include Samsung My Files, ES File Explorer, or Solid Explorer.
- Download a rooting app. There are many different apps available for rooting Android devices without a computer, such as KingRoot, Magisk, and Universal Androot. Choose the one that works best for your device and download it from a reliable source such as the Google Play Store or the app’s official website.
- Before installing the rooting app, go to your device’s Settings > Security > Unknown sources and enable installation from unknown sources.
- Install the rooting app by following the on-screen instructions. Once installed, launch the app.
- Depending on the app you downloaded, you may see a “root” or “one-click root” button. Tap this button to begin the rooting process. The process may take a few minutes, and your device may restart during the process.
- Once the rooting process is complete, your device should be rooted. You can check this by downloading a root checker app from the Google Play Store.
Please note that rooting your device can void your warranty and potentially cause security and stability issues. Be sure to research the risks and benefits before proceeding with rooting your device. Additionally, the steps may vary slightly depending on the app and device you are using, so be sure to follow the specific instructions for your situation.