SuperOneClick Updated to 2.2–Now Features ZergRush Exploit!
Posted December 3, 2011 at 10:57 am by Will Verduzco
SuperOneClick is a wonderful tool. With its help, millions of users (no embellishment—take a quick look at the download history) have been able to gain root access on hundreds of devices. In fact, only a few short weeks ago, we wrote about how it was used to crack open the newly released Amazon Kindle Fire.
Since SuperOneClick has been around for a while, you may be wondering why this update is worthy of front page news. Rather than a major feature set or UI change, it has undergone a significant revamp under the hood thanks to the incorporation of the ZergRush Exploit used in Revolutionary. Thanks to this change, XDA Recognized Developer CLShortFuse‘s creation should work perfectly on nearly any device (barring those with NAND locks) running Android 2.3.x or below.
Here’s a one-click root with almost all phones and all android versions. (including the i9000, Droid, Nexus One, etc)
YOU CAN ROOT ALMOST ALL ANDROID PHONES!
After reading this, you’re probably itching to get started. A simple download from the application thread and a few clicks is all it takes. However, as with any root modification, be sure to read all the instructions before starting!
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