How To Root Any Android With SuperOneClick 2.3.3 Rooting Tool

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Alexandra Davidson
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Nov 19, 2018, 6:18:33 AM via Website


SuperOneClick is an easy and simple rooting which allows partial or full rooting. Also, it comes with "unrooting" option and SuperOneClick supports a large number of Android devices. Actually, it can root almost all Android device including Nexus, Droid etc. Superoneclick is a specially designed rooting tool for Windows and Linux.

Changelog Of SuperOneClick 2.3.3 Rooting Tool


  • Unroot option works fine
  • Motorola ADB Patching
  • Checks for shell root before applying exploits
  • No alternative ADB for LG devices

v2.3.2 - Support LG phones better

v2.3.1 - Drivers are installed automatically

v2.2 - zergRush and Superuser 3.0.6 is included

v2.1.1 - The initial version

Why Are Users Keen On Rooting Android

In simple words, Rooting is the process which is used to get root access or administrative privileges for your device. It allows

  • Installing third-party applications
  • Installation of custom ROMs
  • Removing pre-installed applications
  • Ad-blocking
  • Boost device Speed
  • Extends battery life
  • Back Up the device
  • Flash a Custom Kernel

Requirements To Use SuperOneClick 2.3.3 Rooting Tool

Superoneclick is a computer-based rooting tool and it can be installed on one of below-mentioned computer version and it requires Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0+ or Mono v1.2.6+

  • Windows XP ( Install .NET Framework v2.0 or above)
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7
  • Ubuntu Hardy, Ubuntu Jaunty, Ubuntu Karmic, Ubuntu Lucid, Ubuntu
  • Debian Lenny, Debian Squeeze, Debian Sid, Debian Experimental
  • Mac or another Linux flavor (Install Mono)


Pre -Arrangements To Use SuperOneClick 2.3.3

  • Put the device on USB Debugging mode
  • Install Android drivers for your device
  • Unmount your SD card
  • If the process gets failed try on recovery mode

How To Root Android Phone With SuperOneClick

  • Back up all your data on the device
  • Download and Install the SuperOneClick 2.3.3
  • Enable USB Debugging mode on your device

Enable developer options: Go to Settings > Select About device > Tap on “Build number” seven times and enable developer options

Enable USB Debugging: Go to device Settings > Select Developer options > Tick the “USB debugging” checkbox

  • Connect your Android device to PC using the USB cable
  • Launch the SuperOneClick root application and click on the "Root"
  • Wait until the process is completed and you will get a success
    message when the process is finished
  • Finally, you will be able to see Superuser on the home screen


Since rooting is an unofficial task using SuperOneClick is on your own risk and not responsible for the damages or any other thing that may occur after rooting. Also, be informed that rooting voids the software warranty of your device.


All the thanks go to CLShortFuse on XDA developer for designing and developing SuperOneclick root and distributing it for free among Android users.