HTC Desire VC T328d has a shot at root access. If you want your phone to have that, keep it close. Do the same with your laptop. These will go through the steps which will provide what you’ve always wanted: a rooted smartphone!
A rooting does not require you to be an expert at performing it. There are steps that will guide you along the way. However, make sure that your smartphone is ready to receive root access. Which means that you need to follow some requirements. This will be discussed further on.
Let’s now concentrate on what makes the SRSRoot so useful. First of all, this is an app which costs nothing to download. Powered by an SRS Server, it can work with many device brands. Its compatibility also includes the many Android versions launched this far. This dedicated app can use different Build IDs. This guide opted for IML74K. You can always use this app if you want to revoke the phone’s root access.
The benefits of this procedure
A 1 GHz Cortex-A5 CPU is running inside your smartphone. The rooting will accelerate its speed.The SRSRoot delivers many different kinds of goodies, all great for your handset. Let’s begin with battery tweaks. Each of them shall help deliver better battery life.
Once the SRSRoot becomes a part of your phone, you will get access to new features. The smartphone won’t experience unwanted programs, files or other kind of bloatware. But it will have admin and superuser permission. A rooted HTC Desire VC T328d will contain custom ROMs, too. Root-only apps and customization options are also featured. This application is well-known for delivering root access exempt from major security threats.
You will be up against some cons if you wish to upgrade a freshly rooted handset. These problems will affect both the root access and system partition of your device. The first will be revoked; the phone’s system partition will be deleted. An upgrade will leave your handset’s data and internal / external SD cards out of trouble.
The warranty that comes with your HTC Desire VC will be revoked. You can have this back through certain methods available on the Internet.
These are the pre-requisites you must always perform before the beginning of an actual rooting:
- start with the creation of backups for the phone’s data;
- proceed to the creation of a full NANDroid backup using these tips;
- download, on your laptop, some USB drivers that are compatible with the phone;
- the OS version on your handset needs to be Windows;
- your smartphone must have a fully charged battery;
- open the security programs on the HTC T328d;
- disable them;
- open the laptop’s security options;
- turn them off.
Step by step instructions
- You need to perform the first step by downloading this app on your notebook: SRSRoot. You can get to this software by opening this page. Then find a download button; click on it.
- Next up: the download is going to start soon. Wait until that is over, then be sure to launch the app on the notebook as soon as it’s installed on it.
- Return to your phone now. On it, find Menu and tap it. After that is completed, do the following: tap Settings, find Unknown Sources under this option and tap it.
- Once done, activate another option on your Desire T328d. It’s the one known as USB Debugging. This option is the one we mentioned above when we told you to go through the pre-requisites you had to follow through from earlier.
- If the USB Debugging’s already turned on, do this: plug the smartphone to your notebook. The right way to go about this step is to make use of the phone’s USB cord.
- After the plugging is successful, you will be able to move on by starting the handset’s rooting. This procedure can only commence if you tap a special option; which is the one labelled Root Device (All Methods).
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]After the right option is tapped, you will need to wait a bit. In general, 15 minutes will be enough for the procedure to complete itself.
- When the rooting is all done, you have to reboot your handset. In case the rooting takes more, repeat the steps. To successfully restart your smartphone, tap the option called Reboot System Now.
When you see that your device has started again, go to its freshly installed novelties and start experimenting with them. If they don’t feel that amazing, go ahead and have your handset unrooted.
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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.