Newest Rootable Phones in 2015

Smart phones has been a vital part on our daily lives these days. Every move we take, every decision we make, our smart phones help make life easier for us. The Smart phone technology continues to rapidly evolve to cater all our needs. Almost every month competing phone manufacturers release new models with new features that come with it. A lot of devices where released this year, some were positively embraced by the consumers yet some were criticized for having mediocre.

Here is a short list of root friendly phones released 2015:

Huawei Ascend P8

Huawei Ascend P8The Chinese phone manufacturer announced the release of this android phone last April 15. The specs rival to Apple, Samsung and HTC flagships. This phone looks very stylish and maybe set to rival  HTC One’s M9. with features like Dual Sim Compatibility and Full HD-Neo Panel,

Rooting Instructions

1.    Install One Click Root on PC and run it.
2.    Enable USB debug mode on phone
3.    Connect Phone
4.    Launch Root Process

LG G4

LG G42014 was a great year for LG and so far better this year after they launched this device .It does have a big shoe to fill considering it’s trying to compete with the Iphone 6 and the new Samsung Galaxy S6. It’s got a stunning 20.7MP rear camera and a 5.5 inch Sapphire Screen. Below are the instructions on how to root this phone.
Rooting Instructions

1.    Download and install One Click Root to your computer
2.    Connect device to PC
3.    Enable USB debug mode on phone
4.    Launch one click root
Samsung Galaxy A7

1122015103924AM_635_samsung_galaxy_a7Released last February 2015, this 8 core 4g Smartphone that runs on Kit-kat is the new addition to Samsung’s collective flagship. The metallic frame gives a strong first impression comparing to earlier Samsung phones. The company claimed that this is so far the thinnest phone they have designed. It also features a 13mp rear camera, a 2 GB of RAM and powered by a Qualcomm Chipset.

Rooting Instructions

1.    Download Samsung driver on PC
2.    Download and extract CF AutoRoot
3.    Switch phone to Download mode
4.    Open Odin file from the CF AutoRoot Folder
5.    Root phone
6.    Phone will Reboot with SuperUser enabled

Sony Xperia Z3+

Sony-Xperia-Z3-Compact-bAlthough the name suggests it’s a tweaked version of  SonyXperia Z2, this one is  more identical to Sony XperiaZ4. Phone was released to the market last June of 2015. Runs with Android Lollipop with their signature 20.7 Mp rear camera. The main change was its processor using the newer Snapdragon 810 which other manufacturers like Samsung have shunned.

Rooting Instructions

1.    Download Sony Xperia driver to PC
2.    Install customer recovery tool TWPRP
3.    Download SuperSU
4.    Transfer Root from Desktop to your phone’s SD card
5.    Enter recovery mode on your Android Device
6.    Pick the root file on your SD card.
7.    Reboot phone and your done.

HTC One M9

HTC One M9Released last April 10, 2015 its design is a bit similar to its predecessor One M8 except that it’s narrower and thicker. Although this may not be a game changer, HTC is still known for making phones and this model is no exception. This phone comes with Android Lollipop with an internal memory of 3gb.

Rooting Instructions

1.    Download HTC One M9  driver
2.    Install customer recovery tool TWPRP
3.    Download SuperSU
4.    Transfer Root from Desktop to your phone’s SD card
5.    Enter recovery mode on your Android Device
6.    Pick the root file on your SD card.
7.    Reboot phone and your done.

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