Root access is required if an Android user want to improve his/her device performance. Users can get more out of their Android devices after rooting. They may then not only install the apps on their devices but also can flash and remove the bloatware apps. But there are some users who don’t like to root their devices because they know that it will void the device’s warranty.
Many root tools has been developed by the XDA developers. We’ve found them working to root the device for which they’ve developed but what will you do if you’ve an Android device and for which the root tool has not yet been developed. XDA developers came forward to fix this issue. After a long struggle they developed a wonderful rooting tool with the help of which one can root any kind of Android device. They give it the name of Mashup Root Tool. The man behind the Mashup Root Tool was Forever Alone. Now after this great tool one can root his/her Android device very easily.
What is Mashup Root Tool?
Definition: The combination of Kingoroot, Framaroot, Master Key and Towelroot that covers a large number of devices is called Mashup Root Tool. This awesome tool has been checked by many users and found it working. It has a large number of Qualcomm and Mediatek devices. You can root your device very easily using the Mashup Root Tool because of its simple user interface. There are only few on-screen instructions to root the Android device using the Mashup Root Tool.
Steps To Root Android Device Using Mashup Root Tool
Here are given the step by step instruction that how to root Android device using Mashup Root Tool.
Step No 1:- Download and install the latest USB drivers for your device.
Step No 2:- Connect the device with PC via original USB cable.
Step No 3:- Download the Mashup Root Tool from the below given link.
Step No 4:- When the downloading completes then install it on your PC. You will see a new folder named Mashup Root Tool on your desktop.
Step No 5:- Now open the folder which is present on your desktop and then click on the batch file. A flash screen will be appeared on the screen which will ask you to press any key to continue. When you press any key of your keyboard a screen with options to root your device will be appeared on the screen.
Step No 6:- Now connect your Android device to the PC. You can now select any of the exploit. Type the relevant number and then press the enter key to initiate the exploit.
Step No 7:- Press the 99 and hit the enter button to reboot the device.
Step No 8:- While your device rebooting you can check whether the exploit worked or not. You may then check any of the 4 exploits.
Do let us know in the comments section if you face any problem during the root process of your device using this guide.