Z4root, Universal Androot and Super one click root is the popular Andoid Root tools that can be use to root and Unroot your Android phones with only simple click. But some time you may found some problem to gain root access your Android Phones which was updated to run Android 2.3 or above. Z4root, Universal Androot and Super one click root may cant work properly on some android Phones such as Google Nexus One after updating to Android 2.3.3.
Today, another Android new root tools, Gingerbreak was release which can use to root exploit for Android 2.3 or above. Xda-developers member has put together step-by-step instructions for using GingerBreak to root a phone such as the Google Nexus One using a desktop computer and the Google Android SDK. The Root process need perform some command and require some files that are GingerBreak, busybox, su and Apk.
If your are searching for the simplest root method via Gingerbreak tools. You also can directly use Gingerbreak Apk which been slightly modified version of the GingerBreak source by Chainfire. Chainfire goes mention that this tools success root his stock Galaxy S JVB ROM (2.3.3). To gain root access, you can directly download and run Gingerbreak Apk on your Android phones, it will run the exploit and install su and SuperUser with one click.
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