If you have an HTC Desire Z smart phone, then you should consider rooting the said device. After all, this particular device will bring you a lot of benefits as soon as you root it successfully. For example, you can improve the performance of the said Android smart phone when you successfully root it. The storage will also be more spacious since you can uninstall and delete those apps you do not really need. You can even download apps that you want to use, whatever they are.
Rooting the HTC Desire Z is not a difficult task. There are numerous methods that are useful in the rooting of the said Anrdoid device. These methods are actually pretty easy to follow, regardless of whether or not the Android device user is someone who is rooting a device for the first time or an experienced one. The methods that will be mentioned in this article will be easy to carry out.
While the aforementioned steps are already easy enough even for beginners, there is another simple tutorial that you should take advantage of to root the HTC Desire Z. In this tutorial, you only need to download one Android Root program and click one button. This program is the Wondershare TunesGo.
Here are the step by step tutorial on how you can use the Wondershare TunesGo for rooting the HTC Desire Z:
Step 1Launch Wondershare TunesGo root software and connect your HTC Desire Z to PC
Step 2 Click ToolBox tab, select One-click Root section and take full control of your android phone.
Step 3 After reading the warning message and click Root to start the process.
Step 4 Taking for a while, your HTC Desire Z root success.
Here are the step by step tutorial on how you can root the HTC Desire Z:
Step 1 Make sure that your HTC Desire Z is connected to the computer first. After that, download the required files for the rooting for the HTC Desire Z device. One of them is the Android SDK ADB. Basically, you have to download the required files for rooting from the following links: http://adf.ly/lggp0 and http://adf.ly/lggta.
Step 2 Go to the Google Play or Android Market in your HTC Desire Z device. Look for the Android Terminal Emulator app and download it. Once it has been successfully installed, run it.
Step 3 After you have run it, the device will show a terminal screen, pretty much like a command prompt with a blue background. In this step, you will have to run the command /data/local/tmp/rage.
Step 4 Wait for the message of “Forked #### childs.”. This might take just a bit of your time so you have to be patient. After you have seen the said message on the terminal emulator, the next thing you have to do is tap the menu button of your HTC Desire Z and tap on the RESET TERM.
Step 5 The HTC Desire Z will start a loading process so you have to be patient again. It might take some time before the process gets completed. Once the loading is completed, you have to go to your Apps drawer and look for the Terminal Emulator app once again.
Step 6 You have to launch the Terminal Emulator app. It will force close itself but you should not worry. All you have to do is launch the said app once again and you will have a root shell.
Step 7 Return to the command prompt you have at Step 1. In the command prompt, you will have to run the command adb push g free /data/ local.
Step 8 Go back to the Terminal Emulator in the HTC Desire Z smart phone. In the emulator, run the commands
chmod 777 gfree
Step 9 Wait for a bit since the emulator will display some results. After that, run the next command:
Step 10 At this point, you will now have a read-write access to the /system, recovery partitions, and hboot. However, you will still need to lock into the root so that you can get su access in the future. For this, you need to input the command
After that, you just need to reboot the HTC Desire Z device. You are now rooted!
With the said tutorial, you should be able to root the HTC Desire Z easily. After you have gone through these steps, you now have super user access to your Android smart phone device. You can do whatever you want with it, whether it be downloading an app you were previously not allowed to or deleting unnecessary programs.