How to Root Using Framaroot APK (One click)

Rooting can be highly beneficial for users who want to maximize the potential of their phones. It enables the removal of limitations that manufacturers have placed on the devices. Essentially, it grants you comprehensive control over your phone. The only downside to rooting is that you should avoid installing OTA updates. Doing so may unroot your device. However, you can always revert to the original firmware for which “Framaroot” was effective and re-root it by searching for and downloading it from here.

Framaroot is a one-click, easy-to-use APK that Android users can download directly onto their phones to root them. Before doing this, make sure you back up any and all data in case something goes wrong.

Before you continue with the steps listed in this guide, acknowledge and accept that any damage to your phone caused by your attempts to root your phone is your own responsibility. Appuals, the author, and our affiliates will not be responsible for a bricked device, a dead SD Card, or anything else related to your phone. If you are unsure about what you’re doing, please do your research. If you do not feel comfortable with the steps, then DO NOT PROCEED.

If you are now ready to root your Android device, check the device’s compatibility by clicking here. If your device is listed, you may proceed; otherwise, please halt the process. Upon locating your device, ensure that you take note of the exact name from the device heading, as this will be required for the rooting process.


Devices: Please use CTRL+F to swiftly search for your specific device.

After launching Framaroot, if you see a pop-up saying, “Your device is not vulnerable,” then you can uninstall the app. In this case, Framaroot won’t work. Once the experiment is executed, one of the following messages will appear, all of which are pretty much self-explanatory.

“Success … Superuser and su binary installed. You have to reboot your device”

“Failed … Exploit work but installation of Superuser and su binary have failed”

“Half-Success :-/ … system partition is read-only, use local.prop trick. Reboot your device and use adb to see if it run as root”, happen when the filesystem in use on system partition is a read only filesystem (ex: squashfs)

“Failed … Try another exploit if available”

Framaroot crash or freeze, in this case relaunch Framaroot a second time and select the same action and exploit

How to Root Your Device Using Framaroot One-Click APK.

Once we are sure of which device we have and which experience we are going to use, let’s download and install the Framaroot application.

First, go into Settings -> Security -> Turn on unknown applications.

Then, download the Framaroot application from here. Android might suggest that this type of file is harmful to your device, but ignore that. Press on the APK you just downloaded, then press ‘install’ and allow it to complete the installation. Once done, press ‘open’.

After selecting SuperSU, you will see some unfamiliar characters; choose the one that is compatible with your phone from the list of compatible devices to initiate rooting. Once done, a pop-up window will appear, asking you to reboot your device. Reboot it and you will be rooted with root access.


Some known errors

if Framaroot crashes or freezes on the first try, then try to open it once more since this is a common error, also often the first time you launch Framaroot by selecting Gandalf as exp*, it crash Framaroot. Don’t worry, in this case you have to re-launch Framaroot and select Gandalf again, the second time it should work.

Should a pop-up appear indicating that the process has failed, try another experiment. If all attempts fail, then your phone’s kernel has probably been updated and patched. There’s also another possible outcome where it displays ‘half successful.’ This implies that the phone’s system is read-only, meaning that the phone cannot be rooted using this method.

If you received an error with a number less than 9, then the rooting method has failed with your device. If it’s a 10, then try this version of Framaroot and repeat the process once more.


Kevin Arrows

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