You’re just in time for a rooting guide aimed at Motorola Moto G XT1032. We are providing this post for all of you who want a rooted phone.
The handset you wish to change for the better was first revealed last year. With it come Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, a 1.2 GHz processor and other specs and features. Rooting the smartphone doesn’t affect them. But it does mess with the warranty. Fortunately, the latter can be returned to this device with a tutorial.
The benefits of this procedure
SRSRoot is what your Motorola Moto G XT1032 needs to be rooted. The tool’s available for free. This isn’t the only attraction of the instrument. There’s more where this came from. For one, the smartphone can be personalized at ease. The customization options provided by the app are plenty. Also, the battery can easily last more than usual. You should also expect these: new features. They will be accompanied by root-only applications and superuser permission. Admin permission is delivered, too. More than that, you’ll own a device whose processor will last exponentially more. The root access also translates into the presence of custom ROMs. The OS, as mentioned, stays in its usual spot. The SRSRoot freeware is something every Android version works with.
A Build ID is something the rooting needs. Our option was cm_xt1032-eng 4.3.1 JLS36I dc594e4188 test-keys. You can select and use a different one if you want. You should know that the rooting via the SRSRoot is performed in a safe environment; the freeware doesn’t affect your handset with security stuff. And this app won’t leave you with stuff that’s unnecessary (bloatware). Revoking your phone of its root access is another thing done by the new app. This tool is available on all kinds of products.
Your phone’s system partition won’t stay long there. Neither will the root access. Both are affected if you provide the device with an upgrade. The update isn’t going to leave the Motorola XT1032 without its internal SD cards. The external SD card is also spared. Same goes for the smartphone’s essential data.
It’s better to deal with a rooting once your notebook and phone are fully prepared. The preparation consists of certain important pre-requisites:
- take the route of this site by clicking on it on your notebook;
- the page that’ll open will have USB drivers that are compatible with your handset;
- your job is to download them on the notebook and then install them there;
- an option called USB Debugging needs to be tapped on the smartphone;
- a set of standard backups have to be generated if you don’t want the phone’s data to be damaged;
- create, next, a full NANDroid backup;
- Windows must be the operating system featured on the notebook for this rooting;
- the security programs which are now enabled on the smartphone should be activated;
- the ones that are flashed on the notebook require a deactivation, too;
- your handset’s battery will have to be charged.
Step by step instructions
Everything is now ready for the rooting. Just some steps and you’ll be ready for fun.
- The first step suggests the download of the SRSRoot on your notebook. The latter needs to have this page launched on it. The site you just opened there has a download button.
- The download of the freeware will begin after the button’s clicked on. If the SRSRoot is now on the notebook, you have to flash it there.
- Launch the app next, then look for Menu on the handset; tap it when you find it. Locate Settings and tap it, too. Then search for this option to enable: Unknown Sources. You won’t have to look for ever to see it; Settings has the option, so look under it.
- When these options have been tapped, perform the next step. But do it only if you didn’t succeed in tapping USB Debugging. In case this option has already been activated, time for another task.
- Which is this: plug the smartphone to the notebook. Your Moto G XT1032 has a USB cable. This is what you must use to create that connection.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]Up next: look for Root Device (All Methods). Tap the option in order to start the rooting. The length of the procedure shouldn’t exceed a quarter of an hour. Does the rooting take more than 15 minutes? If it does, the thing you can do to amend things is to redo the steps.
- After that’s done with, your Motorola XT1032 can be started again. Rebooting it is done as such: activate Reboot System Now. You should now allow the procedure to happen. The rebooting completed, you’ll no longer miss out on new things.
If you’re not satisfied with the root access, this app is always available as an unrooting tool. Under our post is a comment section. You can leave your comments and questions with it!
My name is Mark, I am a new chief editor of this blog, freelance writer, entrepreneur, and simply a technology lover. Currently a proud owner of a Google Pixel 4a.