In this article I'll be going over how to get the latest version of Pinging Tools Anti Lag Gaming to work on your rooted Android device. Many devices are using Gingerbread Android and since this is the base operating system of Android phones, most devices will automatically have it included. The good news is that this means that if you're on a rooted Android phone you won't have to go out and buy a separate application, like Anti Lag Gaming. The downside to this is that in some cases you might not be able to use certain features on your rooted device because they aren't actually built-in. This is why it's important that you have a separate application, such as Pinging Tools, installed on your computer.
Before we get started, it's important to note that to use this program you'll need to have access to a windows computer and a USB cord. Once you've done that you should plug in your usb cord and run the program that's installed on your PC. It should take around 5 minutes to install and run so you should not encounter any issues. After it's installed, let's run a simple test to make sure that everything works as expected. This simple test simply requires you to run a ping on a server that has the nimrod studio installed on it should generate a ping of length forty seconds or less.
If you want to use the ping tools pro version, you'll be happy to know that it installs very easily and smoothly on almost any computer with an android devices. To use it on rooted android devices, you'll need to use an app such as Nimrod Studio as it will not install properly on these devices. That being said, this program does work on some of the cheaper rooted and unrooted android phones. It's also worth noting that it works very well on windows mobile phones.