Z4root is one click android rooting app by the senior xda developer RyanZA. It was released in 2010, by that time it was really useful app as z4root app was able to root any Android device based on the version of Android OS. Now it does not support the latest Android flagship devices due to the latest version of Android OS, however you can still use it to root your old android phone.
I know you probably would be really frustrated with your low-end phone as It does not have many developments when compare to latest flagship devices or it may be really hard for you to find specific root method for your phone. You don’t have to worry as Z4root Android app makes it really easier for Android beginners to get root access provided that it supports your device. The best thing about app is really easier to use with simple user-interface having simple options to Root and Un-root your phone. Suitable for users looking for OneClickRoot app.
Please note that z4root app support low-end old android phones (mostly running gingerbread) and does not support high-end smartphones with the latest Android OS. In order to know if your device is supported, go to the official thread on the xda developer forum and check (Link is given in the download section below).
Z4root download links:
The xda developer has made it really easy to download the z4root apk. You can download it from the official xda thread, the latest version of z4root.1.3.0.apk can be downloaded from link below:
How do I install z4root to root my Android?
Installing z4root apk on your Android is much easier when you know how do it! Let’s move on and learn how you can install and use it root your phone.
- Download the apk file.
- Connect your phone to PC via the USB cable and move the apk file to your phone storage.
- Go to Phone Settings and enable “Unknown sources” under the security tab.
- Using the file explorer app, go to the file destination.
- Tap on z4root.1.3.0.apk file and follow the on-screen instructions to install.
- Z4root shortcut should have been created on the app drawer.
- Tap to launch the application.
- Finally tap on the root button to safely root your Android.
Congratulations! You’ve just have just rooted your phone.
As always do let us know in the comment section how it goes for you as I have already said it does not support all android devices. I hope that it has worked for you. For more Android apps, tips and updates keep visiting.