Download One-Click RootMe Tool To Root All Nexus Devices

Generally if you want to get a root access to your Android device, you’ll require to unlock the bootloader, flash a recovery and then simply by flashing the SuperSU.zip, will give you the administrative rights over a device but if you are a beginner then it might be a difficult task for you that how to use ADB and install SDK etc. on your PC. Rooting of Nexus devices is a little bit tricky because some devices crack open very easily as some of them can’t be rooted with the conventional rooting methods.

But now rooting Nexus devices is very simple using One-Click with RootMe Tool which is an easier way to root a Nexus device. Thanks to the XDA Developer Cryten, who has released a toolkit and gathered all the root methods for the Nexus devices and combined in one tool which lets you easily root a Nexus device just in a while. This rooting tool is working to root Nexus 4/5/6/7/9 and Nexus 7 2013. In these variants, the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 were the terrible ones to root, but lucky they were also successfully rooted via this tool.

So if you have a Nexus Smartphone and now searching for a Nexus Root Kit then here we’ve a guide that how to root Nexus Devices using RootMe Tool. You can use this RootMe Tool on Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 with.Net 4.0 Framework installed. This tool can also be used to lock or unlock the bootloader.

Steps To Root Nexus Devices via One-Click RootMe Tool:

Step No 1: – Download the latest RootMe Tool 2.0 for Nexus Devices.

Step No 2: – Now extract the .zip file on the desktop of your computer.

Step No 3: – Enable USB Debugging Mode on your Nexus device.

Step No 4: – Connect your device to the computer.

Step No 5: – Run the RootME.exe file and choose the Device Model.

Download RootMe Tool For Nexus Devices

Step No 6: – Finally, click on the Start Rooting button.

Done! Your Nexus device has been successfully rooted using One-Click RootMe Tool.

Share with us if you have any issues regarding the above guide to root Nexus devices with RootMe Tool.

Source: XDA

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