iRoot is a lightweight, easy-to-use automatic app that roots Android devices. It lets you configure your smartphone’s settings in much greater depth with a single button tap.
Rooting a smartphone is a process that brings many potential benefits to the table. It lets you modify the OS settings to your liking and enables uninstalling built-in apps, optimising the battery, speeding up the processor, and much more.
However, no rooting process is 100% safe. Once you do it, you effectively lose your warranty, and your smartphone could even stop working. Thus, many apps exist out there that try to make the process as error-free as possible.
iRoot, just like KingoRoot and SRSRoot, automates rooting, reducing human error chances. You don't even have to connect your Android to a PC. The app automatically detects your model and does the work.
Once you download the app, you'll be greeted by a simplistic yet well-designed user interface with easily navigable options. You'll find the 'Root' button in the middle of your interface. You just tap it, and the app will take you through the stages.
The entire process only takes a few minutes, and the app does all the work for you. It will demand you to reboot your phone from time to time. Apart from that, you don't need to do anything other than enjoy the benefits you receive.
This software works with Android devices between versions 2.3 and 5.0. The developer's website holds all smartphone and tablet models compatible, so be sure to check it out before you give it a shot.
Once you download iRoot, you'll have to allow Unknown Sources on your Android to finish the installation.
While all rooting apps are potentially dangerous, if you still want to do it on your Android, iRoot is one of the best choices for the task. It covers a wide array of models, is quick and automatic, and has a high success rate. It’s a shame that it doesn’t work with the newest additions of the operating system, though.