15 best root apps for Android

by: Joe HindyMarch 2, 2016

best root apps for android
It’s true that rooting your device has become far less essential these days than the days of old but there are still plenty of reasons to root your device. Not only do you get some awesome functionality, but you’ll also have access to a whole new genre of apps that can do more than the apps that you’re used to. Here are the best root apps for Android!

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adblock plus best root apps for androidAdBlock Plus

[Price: Free]
AdBlock Plus is a free, open source application that removes advertisements on your Android device. It’s considered a must-have for root users even if those of us who make a living on advertising hate that. This one is configurable so that some unobtrusive ads get through which is nice and the app is configurable. It’s not available on the Google Play Store but there is an official link from ABP that you can use by clicking the button below.

Get it now from AdBlock Plus!

dumpster best root apps for androidDumpster

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Dumpster is a data recovery tool that can find files you have deleted and then restore them. It supports photos and videos like most, but also music files, documents, PDFs, and pretty much anything you may have accidentally deleted. Like most recovery tools, root isn’t required for use but having root access can improve the app’s performance and help it find more lost files. Once installed, it acts like the Recycle Bin on your computer and you can delete files permanently if needed. It’s a good app to have around, just in case.

Get it now on Google Play!

flashify best root apps for androidFlashify

[Price: Free / $3.99]
Flashify is a root app that all root users should have. What it does is allow you to queue up stuff to flash from recovery without having to reboot your phone. This includes zips, mods, kernels, boot images, recovery images, and much more. This is a great tool for root beginners or amateurs and it’s especially great for those who don’t enjoy using ADB and Fastboot commands. It’s simple, it has a good, modern interface, and it just works.

Get it now on Google Play!

flashify best root apps for android

greenify best android root appsGreenify

[Price: Free / $2.99 (optional)]
Greenify quickly climbed the list as one of those essential root apps a long time ago. The app checks out your running apps and shows you which ones are running, which ones have been run, how frequently they have run, and how many times each one wakes up your device. Using this information, you can hibernate apps to prevent them from running in the background and drain your battery. This is the only app that prevents Facebook from waking up your phone 700+ times per day and it’s totally free although you can buy the donate version for $2.99 to help fund development!

Get it now on Google Play!

greenify best root apps for android

links2sd best root apps for androidLink2SD

[Price: Free / $2.35]
Link2SD is a root app that allows you to move apps over to your SD card. It creates links to make your device believe it’s actually on your device so it works for apps that conventional Apps2SD apps don’t work on. This is a great way to take advantage of your external SD card space. It’s not as great as Marshmallow’s adoptable storage, but it’s a good alternative until people actually get it. There are some bugs, so read the user reviews before trying it out and do keep in mind that moved apps will perform more slowly.

Get it now on Google Play!

links2sd best root apps for android

quick boot best root apps for androidQuick Boot (Reboot)

[Price: Free / $1.99]
Quick Boot is an app that is both absurdly simple and absurdly useful. In most versions of Android, the power menu is weak sauce and you can only power down and sometimes you can reboot. Quick Reboot fixes this by allowing you to boot to recovery, and boot to bootloader. If you go pro, you’ll also get Tasker support as well as a hot boot option which just reboots the Android UI. It’s quick, simple, and makes finding an advanced power menu for your device a little bit less of a priority.

Get it now on Google Play!

quick boot best root apps for android

nandroid manager best root apps for androidNandroid Manager

[Price: Free / $1.99]
Nandroid Manager does exactly what the name says it does. It manages your nandroid backups. This app gives you basic info about your nandroid backups and allows you to interact with them. You’ll be able to restore apps and data from nandroids to your current system along with a bunch of other information if you buy the pro version. You can also flash a new recovery if need be, set a nandroid backup to be restored when you boot, and verify MD5. If you don’t have a nandroid backup, you should probably go make one. It’s just the right thing to do.

Get it now on Google Play!

nandroid manager best root apps for android

best file manager apps for androidSee also: The best Android file manager apps, most with root explorer access!129

rom toolbox pro android root appsROM Toolbox

[Price: Free / $9.99]
This is one of the very few all-in-one solutions for root users that still actually works. It has a bunch of features that includes a built-in file browser with root, app manager (uninstall system apps, etc), ROM management (create nandroid backups), script writer, font installer, and a lot more. On some devices, you can even change the boot animations, themes, and status bar icons. It doesn’t work for every phone, but it should work for most. Do beware, though, because it’s been half a year since the app was updated and we’re not entirely sure if the project was abandoned or not.

Get it now on Google Play!

best root apps for android sdfixSDFix

[Price: Free]
SDFix is a system modifier tool that helps those running Kit Kat and Lollipop overcome the dreaded locked-down SD card problem. I have personally tested this on a Note 3 running both Kit Kat and Lollipop as well as an HTC One M9, NVIDIA Shield Tablet, LG V10, Note 4, and Nexus 5 all running Lollipop. This makes your SD card useful again and takes away the limitations placed on other apps like file browsers. It doesn’t work for all devices but it’s definitely worth a shot if you are afflicted with this issue and your device doesn’t have a ROM or mod that solves the issue. It’s also absurdly easy to use. Open it, hit go, wait a few seconds, and then uninstall the app.

Get it now on Google Play!

sdfix best root apps for android

Servicely best root appsServicely

[Price: Free / $2.16]
Servicely is a newer application that helps control background services. This will allow you to do something like prevent Facebook from running in the background while your device screen is off. It’s a stop-gap for stopping rogue apps and unwarranted wake ups of your device and should help improve battery depending on how you use your device and which services you decide to stop. It’s a solid service and worth a shot if you have a service you just can’t stop.

Get it now on Google Play!

supersu best root apps for androidSuperSU

[Price: Free / $3.75]
SuperSU by Chainfire is the de facto Superuser application available. Most root methods have you installing this app anyway so most new root users already have it. It’s a solid root app with a ton of features and it acts like the front door to your device so any old root app can’t just go nuts. You’ll have a list of all the apps that have requested and been granted (or denied) root access. You can also fully unroot your device, keep logs, and more. It’s also frequently updated which is what you want in a Superuser app.

Get it now on Google Play!

SuperSU best root apps for android

Tasker best android root appsTasker

Next on our list is a very useful root app called Tasker. This powerful application can make your phone do pretty much anything you want. It’s a vague description but an accurate one because the only limit is your imagination. Many of the functions don’t require root access but to get the full range of things you’ll be able to do, root will be required. It’s a great application, especially for tinkerers and those who have unusual needs for their smartphones. Do beware, though, because the learning curve is rather steep.

Get it now on Google Play!

Tasker best root apps for android

Titanium Backup Android appsTitanium Backup

Titanium Backup is a long time mainstay at the top of many root lists and it feels almost blasphemous to not include it here. With this application you can uninstall bloatware (a must have for many people), freeze apps (leaves them installed but prevents them from ever running), and backup your applications and application data. ROM flashers have sworn by this app for years and it may very well be the most popular and oft recommended root app of all time. If you have root, go get it immediately. Root life just isn’t the same without it.

Get it now on Google Play!

viper4android best root apps for androidViper4Android

[Price: Free]
Viper4Android is an audio modification tool that gives you untold amounts of control over how your audio sounds coming out of the speakers, out of Bluetooth devices, and out of your headphones. It comes with its own audio driver, an equalizer, tons of effects that allow you to control how your audio sounds, and a lot more. It’s a complicated install process and you’ll need to go to the official XDA thread for downloads and instructions, but this is as good as it gets when it comes to audio modifications on Android.

Get it now on XDA!

viper4android best root apps for android

xposed framework best root apps for androidXposed Framework

[Price: Free]
Xposed Framework has replaced installing ROMs for many as the default root experience. Modules are created inside of the framework by many developers that do various things like theming, UI and performance tweaks, visual modification, button remapping, and much, much more. Modules can be a tad difficult to find sometimes depending on your device but there are plenty of universal ones that you can use and enjoy. The button below will take you to the XDA thread where you can download it and learn more information. It’s a must have for root users these days.

Get it now on Google Play!

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  • Juan Manuel Tastzian

    How is it that Titanium Backup is better than Rom Toolbox Pro when this one does the same as the first one, plus a lot of other things?

    • JosephHindy

      It’s used by more people, it has a higher rating in the Play Store, and both have a veritable boat load of other functions. There’s nothing bad about either of them, but when push comes to shove, people prefer Titanium Backup.

    • SeraZR™

      Toolbox giving me bootloops :p

  • MasterMuffin

    I prefer root browser over root explorer (and it’s even built-in in Rom Toolbox Pro!)

  • Ivan Myring

    GMD hide software buttons is better than full screen. You get a swipe up nav bar, which then hides it self.

    • JosephHindy

      That’s actually what I use when I do app reviews because I find the little blue bar at the bottom is less intrusive when taking video footage of apps than the two corner circles. Full!Screen earned it, though. I know it’s not apropos for most app reviewers, but I really use absolutely no bias when making these lists lol otherwise GMD probably would’ve been there.

      • Joseph,

        The “little blue bar at the bottom” (or any other color you assign to it) is only visible on the FREE version. The paid PRO version is the winner here with GMD Auto Hide Soft Keys since the soft keys remain invisible until you swipe up or even touch the bottom of the screen. It is invaluable to me on my Nexus devices as other apps like the one you’ve shown have visible, albeit transparent, keys that still take up screen real estate by merely being an overlay.

        I find it rather odd that you didn’t know this and it’s not like you’re only showing free apps as many of them require a purchase.

        • JosephHindy

          Most of these apps can perform perfectly fine without purchase with the PRO versions bringing more features, but not essential features. You don’t need to buy Titanium Backup to backup your apps, but you do if you want 1-click batch restores. ROM Manager will install ClockworkMod Recovery without going Pro.

          I use the free version of GMD because I’m cheap ;) not because I don’t know about it.

  • Cecil

    Lag Fix isn’t the most popular app but it for original N7 users it’s necessary

    • JosephHindy

      I couldn’t agree more.

    • Leonardo Rojas

      Lag Fix is the “method” in which you disable all UI animations?
      Does that app is for that?

      • Cecil

        No it’s an app that uses TRIM

    • Keg Man

      it also saved my galaxy nexus

    • WarGasm

      I really agree with you
      But at the same time the 4.3 update solved that problem…
      I use it on my Note 10.1 and Id REALLY recommend it to users to non 4.3 jellybean users

  • Ravo

    ES File Explorer. Root access + LAN access + Cloud + download manager with useful info. It also makes backups in the form of APKs.

    • JosephHindy

      It’s also not a root app :P, it’s a regular app with a root option ;)

      • RarestName

        It keeps on prompting me to download requirements every time it’s launched. Any fix?

        • JosephHindy

          I use Root Explorer ;) so I have no idea how to fix that problem.

        • GreaterLesser

          Root Explorer or FX Explorer (with root add-on but still better than ES now.)

    • Solid Explorer is much better looking and less bloated.

  • PuzzledObserver

    #1 must be Ad Away!

    • This program to block ads Adfree

    • Dentie

      I tried kingo root but was unsuccessful, it doesn’t work with my Samsung galaxy s5, I used another tool – AnyRooter Android root Pro to root my s5, it works fine and fast.

    • Sophia

      Just try AnyRooter Android root app, it works with my LG G3.

      • Daniel

        What do u use

        • I really recommend King Root

          • |•°LikeLovers°•| {Im a man}

            Use King Root then if you want to replace it with Super SU download super su me apk

  • fluffy

    Check out ” Button Savior ” i use it all the time much better than keylimepie , you can configure in to whatever you want , the pay version simply allows a bit more customisation , it DOES NOT need usb debugging enabled just hit the cancel button every time it asks whilst you configure it.Works nicely on my S4 even my old HTC Legend.

  • fluffy

    Permission Manager is also useful but you have to know what you are doing it allows you to edit permissions of individual apps but sometimes you can screw those apps up by messing with the permissions

  • Jorem

    GMD gesture control should have been included at least!

  • Sharath

    Titanium Backup and Greenify are my favorites.

  • Steven S

    juice defender is dead.. they haven’t updated since jan 2012 and forums are useless

    most of its root features were experimental and therefore not trustworthy.. and even the beta hasn’t been updated in over a year

    I’ve been using Snapdragon Battery Guru for awhile, not really sure if I’m happy with it or not, lol

    • JosephHindy

      It does suck they don’t support it anymore but the stable features still work very well. When I update this list (probably sometime next year), Juice Defender may get removed depending on if it’s still compatible with the latest Android.

  • Seth Forbus

    Seeder should be on this list.

    • JosephHindy

      No, no it shouldn’t. Seeder is a garbage app that delivers placebo effects. It does literally nothing. Steve Kondik himself stated that app was nonsense.

  • Leonardo Rojas

    ROM Toolbox Pro is my favorite root app. With it I can tweak my device and make it work as I want it to work. With it I don’t even need a custom ROM. It simply is a wonderful app, and has great costumer support! I’ve learned so much from their replies to my questions n.n

  • Leonardo Rojas

    Wait, wait, why Directory Bind isn’t in the list?
    I’d say, for the enormous benefit it provides, it’s the number one root app of the Android OS!

    If you can’t move the apps to the SD natively, this app can move all the very heavy data folders of the apps (specially game’s) you want to the SD! It can turn your 5, 9 or 11GB internal storage capacity into 34, 38, and 40GB having a 32GB SD card, or even much more having a 64GB SD. Isn’t that wonderful? Many people don’t even know about it and suffer from little internal storage capacity in they devices :(
    How sad.

    • JosephHindy

      If I did this list in 2010 then I would’ve included Directly Bind. These days, the storage provided in devices is more than enough to handle all but he most ridiculous users. I have a Note 3 (32GB internal) and with 200 apps (including 20 games) I only take up 14GB total. That is far, far above the norm.

      • Leonardo Rojas

        No, no, no. These days smartphones manufacturers still sell devices with less than 8 or even 5GB internal storage for apps, and there’s no App2sd native support anymore, and these devices are the majority in the Android world, fyi.
        What a pity you only write for high end devices users. Oh, even these devices have less than 11GB for apps, and there aren’t many devices with 32GB of internal storage, did you know? Internal storage can get filled rather quickly, so Directory Bind is still enormously useful, specially for the ones who still don’t know about that app, but you failed to think of them and excluded a very useful app from your list just because YOU have enough storage space.

        • JosephHindy

          High end device users? The Galaxy S2 had 16GB (international had 32GB) internal w/SD card slot. 16GB is way more thane enough for 95% of users. The Nexus 4 came in a 16GB variant and the Nexus 5 comes in 16-32GB variants. The Moto G comes with a 16GB option (with SD card slot). So does the Galaxy S3 (a midrange phone by today’s standards) and the Note 2. The HTC One X had 16/32GB options (midrange by today’s standards). The Galaxy Nexus had 32GB of storage, the Moto RAZR HD Maxx comes with 32GB. I could go on and on. There comes a point when people need to be responsible for their own actions and if they buy an 8GB phone knowing full well that they use more than 8GB worth of data, then that’s the consumer making a mistake, not the OEM. There are plenty of high and midrange options that provide more than enough internal storage for most people. As of September of this year, the average smartphone owner downloads only 26 applications to their smartphone. I fail to see a problem here.

          • Roland Goldberg

            Yes, I agree. High-end device users. The lower-end devices, for instance, are still running Gingerbread, quite often. Anything that is remotely affordable to the lower-to-middle class without a contract is going to be severely limited in storage capacity… I’ve rooted 5 phones in the past 6 months (friends and family), and of those the only one with over 4GB of internal storage was mine… And that’s an antiquated (but still useful!) Droid 3. I would consider every single phone you mentioned high end to super high end. As far as the Consumer ‘making a mistake’, it’s only a mistake if you didn’t mean to. If you meant to buy that phone, and there are good, wonderful workarounds… Then by all means, use those workarounds.

            That said, the limited functionality means that while extremely useful in it’s area, I would not call it one of the ‘top ten’. Top ten is for… you guessed it… the TOP TEN, and that means apps that will be useful for everyone, usually in more than one way.

  • Michael McGrade

    ROM Toolbox Pro makes Root Explorer and Titanium Backup redundant as it does those 2 and much more…just saying.

  • Paul Kelly


  • rajnaimesh007

    How to get features that most of custom ROMs have to your rooted device and it is easy
    : http://www.tektalkers.com/2013/10/android-xposed-framework-that-make-your.html

  • Salman

    Great share … Titanium backup and Greenify are my favorite apps!

  • I vote for One Power Guard over JuiceDefender Pro.

  • Ben Veenstra

    Video is missing ?!

  • jack

    which app for rooting samsung galaxy note 2

  • Rajan Kumthekar

    I know Gravitybox isn’t an app, but it’s so useful and contains so many tweaks, every rooted phone must have it :)

  • someone you dont know

    Seeder is one of the best, if not the best lag fixer app, google it.

  • Wow… great post with list of root app for android. I Love your site whenever i visit i always found some amazing stuff over here… thanks from free android app

  • Frank

    Was this article written by a 13 year old?

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  • TafayorFellow

    I recommend you Tilt-Scroll app , which adds a system-wide Tilt-To-Scroll feature
    to your phone or tablet, so it works with any application on your device.
    Here is the link : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tafayor.tiltscroll.free


    Password Recovery


    Simple and very useful app

  • Mahmoud Fahmy


  • that guy

    I need to get rid of some bloatware on my cheep phone without much storage. Any module suggestions?

  • hazem elsaiegh

    great article

  • Good and useful software
    There are also some other wonderful programs such as
    SCR Screen Recorder Free A Simple Program That Can Make And Record A High Quality Video

  • kelly

    wow! so much useful apps!

    thanks for this awesome list:)

    i heard about drippler that it’s the best app for rooted android


    Do you know it guys?

  • 정찬영

    Plus I recommend ‘One Handed Mode / Reachability Touch app

  • ajsantiago

    ^ if you read the article in your head in Joe’s voice

  • Felino Tano

    If you are rooted chances are you are on a custom rom that has the feature to hide the navbar already.

    My go to for navbar replacement is LMT.


  • Rajorsi Roy Chowdhury

    For tweaking UI best xposed modules are xui mod and gravitybox

  • Naveen Moses

    greenify + xposed +link2sd

  • luncrzs

    Hi, I am here to recommend another great root app “Easy Dot”. This app enable you to access every corner of your large screen in a small area using your thumb only by swiping out from the dot floating on your screen. Many more features are available. You can check on google play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cn.luozhenhao.easydot

  • Suraj Bhat

    So wow, much helpful. Seriously though, the SDFix app is quite absolutely brilliant, works like a charm.

  • Abd
  • Captain Obvious

    Greenify is not the only app that can handle Facebook – 3c Toolbox can as well, it also provides enough functionality to replace a few other apps on the list…. definitely worth checking out.

  • Clay

    Try Mesh It Up – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dinero.mesh, a quick file sharing app which transfers files within minutes among the mobile and the tablet devices at a very fast speed. I suggest you to give a try atleast once for file transfer.

  • Akashi Seijuro

    Guys. Help me. I want to root my Zenfone 4 but I dont know how. How can I root my Zenfone 4 without using a Computer. Help me please.

  • leaomett
  • ali abdullah

    I am using http://hackify.us for unlimited Clash Of Clans gems,money and elixir! You should try it too! It’s completely free and easy to use! My code: 42D7K3DE

  • Karan

    Which is the app that i can use for double tap to turn ON the display or lock screen. So that i can avoid using the power buttons.

  • Iain Slater

    all these rooting apps and no one has a app that can root a acer A1-830 and no the utube videos are a scam and do not work when will we get this rooted ???

  • im trying to post something for marshmallow . you can have a look android root apps

    have a look :) and appreciate your suggestion

  • Abdullah

    My phone is samsung, i like the lg clip tray feature of the LG phones is there a way to art this feature to my samsung throw rooting

  • z2

    Add “True Mouse/KB”. It enables Bluetooth HID Device Profile. Let your phone works as real Bluetooth mouse & keyboard. No server software required. Also support scroll & pinch zoom gestures.


  • Rozapk

    GMD hide software buttons is better than full screen. You get a swipe up nav bar, which then hides it self.

  • Asad Shaikh

    hello guys i tried king root and supersu root apps to root my lenovo a6000 plus but it didn’t work at all, is there any other good apps out there or how to root manually/

  • jibust

    List is missing Better battery stats

    • JosephHindy

      I prefer the GSam one personally but I did forget that one.


    Xposed Framework x1,000,000,000,000,000!!!

  • myuniqueusername

    Nandroid Manager WAS an awesome app, but hasn’t been updated since March 17, 2014. Functionality is degrading and it has been completely abandoned. It will randomly NOT restore half my apps or more these days.

    • JosephHindy

      This piece gets rewritten about once every 6 months, I’ll take a look and see then :) and if it’s not, I’ll replace it with something else.

      • myuniqueusername

        I know this discussion is old, but it’s disappointing to see so many fantastic apps abandoned, such as Rom Toolbox, Nandroid Manager, Secure Settings, Superuser (by ClockworkMod; open source), etc. I’m just glad my mainstays Afwall+ and Greenify are still going strong.

        • JosephHindy

          Yeah, the root community is small and getting smaller and aside from a select few apps, none of them have had mainstream success for very long. I think like Titanium Backup may be the only “still financially successful root app” left at this point lol.

          • myuniqueusername

            It seems the threat of losing root (including the Nexus 6P scare about the hardware flag) might be putting a damper on the purchase of root apps. Not to mention OEMs and Google are adding more native functionality, most people simply don’t need root anymore, not to mention a custom ROM. That kind of puts power users in a pinch.

            But I like some of the newer apps like Recently and Greenify. I’ve heard a lot of good about Servicely, but I haven’t purchased it yet to really put it to the test.

          • JosephHindy

            Well root apps were never “the big thing” anyway. It’s usually device-specific stuff or kernel-specific stuff (e.g. Franco Kernel Updater, etc), apps that serviced a specific ROM or modification rather than everyone.

            On top of the root community getting smaller, Xposed did away with a lot of power user apps, mods, ROMs, and services because it kinda does that stuff on its own.

          • myuniqueusername

            Yeah, that’s very true.

            Xposed has always made me nervous from a security standpoint though. Apps with access to that can do way more than rogue apps with root. I know the framework is open source, but how many people review it for security? Plus each module may or may not be open, and may or may not contain malicious intent. I did use XPrivacy quite a bit before Marshmallow though, at least when I wasn’t on an AOSP based ROM that had Privacy Guard or similar.

  • You forgot most important one: Amplify

    • JosephHindy

      I don’t like “performance boosting root apps” because they all invariably revolve around ramping up the CPU to performance mode which causes excess battery drain.

      Oh damn, I forgot SetCPU! Thanks for reminding me of that at least lol.

      • Hi, but amplify is not a performance boost app, you can restrict alarms, wakelocks and services with it. So you can save lot of battery. There is no app like this one ;)

        And also SetCPU yes its a performance boosting app :D

        • JosephHindy

          Servicely and Greenify both do those things.

          • No its all different. Greenify hibernates the “apps” from background. Servicely can disable the “services”, both do nothing about alarms and wakelocks.

  • Falenone

    And Lucky Patcher for those apps that are ridden with iaps and shitty ads.

  • saksham

    its so confusing when u overwrite an article that has comments of 2 to 3 years ago

    • JosephHindy

      you should’ve seen it before we cleaned up the comments. There are 85 now ,there were over 300 hundred before this was re-written :P

  • Rohit Raja

    AdAway saved me from super headaches….

  • Lucas

    Can you root a Huawei Ascend P7 with a Mac???

  • Alon

    I am using Ad away, and I am very satisfied.
    is Adblock Plus better?

    • JosephHindy

      They do about the same thing.

  • myuniqueusername

    That’s a good point.

    I generally try to stick with well-known devs, or projects that seem to have a large following that aren’t sold like snake oil.

    On another note, Rom Toolbox just got a small bug-fix release, and the app description has been changed to say “expect big things in 2016”, so perhaps it isn’t quite dead yet? I guess we’ll see.

    • JosephHindy

      Here’s hoping. I really like that app but the “last update” date was like early 2015, maybe late 2014 at the time. I can’t recommend apps that old to people :P

      • myuniqueusername

        Agreed. But the fact he just released a bug fix hopefully means his “big changes” update really is coming.

  • Mathew

    Dumpster doesn’t require root access.

  • Robert Vos

    Root Essentials is the must have app for root. It has Adoptable Storage, Flasher, Root Browser, Mount /system, App Manager, etc and even works on Android Wear.

  • I rooted my android using KingRoot https://kingroot.net I can feel my phone is faster a lot now.

  • Jack Zin Ko

    Should be including “LUCKY PATCHER”.
    You can remove ads from your Apps.

  • Vîkrãm Shårmä

    i wanna root my yu yureka plus cm12.1 …which aap is best to unlock bootloader and root my device


    lucky patcher