How to install TWRP Recovery and Root Xiaomi Mi6

Xiaomi Mi6 is the new player from the Chinese giant. The Mi6 is quite a device to get your hands on. It carries a 5.15 inch Full HD display with an 8 MP shooter on the front. Xiaomi ...
Root Galaxy S8 using CF Auto Root

How To Root S8 Plus via CF Auto Root

The bigger Galaxy S8 known as the Galaxy S8 Plus can be rooted easily via CF Auto Root now. Chainfire released the new version of CF Auto Root a few days ago. The new Auto Root supports ...
Root Galaxy S8 using CF Auto Root

How to Root Galaxy S8 using CF Auto Root

Samsung Galaxy S8 is the most powerful smartphone that Samsung has ever produced. Galaxy S8 enchants a gorgeous design in a very intact build. Samsung has managed to make this smartphone ...
Root your Galaxy S6 Edge Plus

Root your Galaxy S6 Edge Plus with CF Auto Root

Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, the elder brother of the Galaxy S6 is a great device to pick up. The big screen is good for the users who want a device like a Galaxy Note without an S-Pen. Galaxy ...

Root Galaxy Note 5 Nougat using CF Auto Root

Galaxy Note 5, without a doubt, is the best Note device Samsung ever produced. Galaxy Note 5 carries Samsung’s new design language. Note 5 carried to the top of the line features ...
Root Galaxy S6 on Android Nougat

Root Galaxy S6 on Android Nougat via CF Auto Root

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are the two devices which helped Samsung to gain all its lost respect. With these devices, Samsung launched its brand new design and build. These devices ...
Root Galaxy S6 Edge Android Nougat

Root Galaxy S6 Edge Android Nougat using CF Auto Root

Galaxy S6 Edge was updated to Android Nougat very recently. This device is now enjoying all the new goodies that Google introduced in Android Nougat. Galaxy S6 Edge started its journey ...

How to Flash SuperSU using TWRP recovery to Root Android

Although TWRP recovery has a lot of options maximizing the modification of an Android device, but its most common use is to root a phone. If a TWRP recovery solution is available for ...

Install TWRP Recovery and Root Galaxy S8 [Exynos]

Samsung Galaxy S8 has found its space on the shelves in markets all around the globe. Galaxy S8 comes out as a pure beast from the house of the South Korean giant. Samsung has used ...
Install TWRP and Root Huawei P10/P10 Plus

How to Install TWRP and Root Huawei P10/P10 Plus

Huawei P10 and P10 Plus were the show stoppers from the Chinese giant at the MWC, 2017. Huawei has managed to make the P10 and P10 Plus its best smartphones so far. If you just look ...

How to Root Google Pixel Android O Developer Preview 1

Google is always trying to keep its phones updated to the latest version of Android. Recently, Google released Android 7.1.2 Nougat for the Pixel smartphones. Google also released the ...

Install TWRP and Root Galaxy J3 Emerge J327P

Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge is another variant in the Galaxy J3 lineup. This particular variant comes with a 5-inch 720P display with a 5 MP shooter on the front. Galaxy J3 Emerge for ...

How to Root LG G Watch W100 with Magisk

Smartwatches are taking over ordinary watches. Manufacturers like LG and Samsung release a few watches every year. With each new watch coming out, we witness massive improvements. LG’s ...

Install TWRP and Root Galaxy A5 2016

Galaxy A5 2016 carries a handful of goodies on-board. This device came with a 5.2-inch 1080p display. Samsung has managed to add a Snapdragon 615 CPU to this device and there are its ...

How to Root Galaxy Amp Prime or Galaxy Express Prime GoPhone [J320AZ/J320A]

Galaxy Amp Prime and the Galaxy Express Prime GoPhone, both these devices are basically the Galaxy J3 coming under different carriers. The Galaxy Amp Prime comes under Cricket while ...
Root Galaxy Express 3 J120A

How to Root Galaxy Express 3 J120A

Samsung Galaxy Express 3 J120A is the Galaxy J1 released under the umbrella of At&t. The phone is also known as Galaxy Express 3 GoPhone. It’s a low-end smartphone. The specifications ...
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