Developed by a Chinese developer group, Mgyun, the vRoot tool is your one-click root app for any Android device. This application acts as a universal root tool that allows you to simply root any sort of compliant Android running device. You need to make sure of drivers and rest will be handled by vRoot application. Most people use the tailored route whilst they can go through this easy and simple universal method instead. The vRoot tool installs directly on your PC and works from there. There is no extra downloads, all is built into the tool that you can download from below.
We have attached download links for all available versions of vRoot tool for your ease. The latest version will have the latest binaries but if you have an issue with it, try the older versions with your device. If issues still persist, we advise you on reinstalling correct USB drivers on your computer.
vRoot Tool – Features:
Simple and Clean User Interface
The usability of vRoot tool is quite straight forward as evident by the clean user interface. Except for few buttons, there isn’t much you can play around with this tool. However, it is quite powerful and all happens behind the scenes.
vRoot tool only needs a single installation on your computer. Once installed, it will work on its own without needing to download or install newer files for different phones that you connect with it.
One Click Procedure
This tool doesn’t require you to type commands, rather you can press a single button and have your phone rooted by vRoot tool under few minutes.
8000+ Devices Supported
The developers of vRoot boast that the tool supports over 8000 devices running Android. Also, these devices aren’t only from a single brand rather they range from all the major manufacturers.
Download vRoot Tool:
You can download the latest version of vRoot Tool from right below. This tool is windows only.
- VRoot_184.108.40.20628_Setup.zip — Latest!
vRoot Tool – More Information
USB Drivers: You would need proper USB drivers for your specific device for vRoot to run successfully. For viewing Android USB drivers consult our post: Android USB Drivers section.
Custom ROMs: For AOSP based ROMs that are compatible with your device you can use our Custom ROMs section.
- Windows XP
- Windows 7
- Windows 8/8.1
- Windows 10