Root Moto G with The Most Powerful Rooting Tool
Motorola Moto G is an excellent smartphone that has got a huge popularity among worldwide users. It comes with 4.50-inch display and it is powered by astonishing 1.2 GHZ quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and 1GB RAM. The appearance of this phone is really nice. However if you want to enjoy the full potential of Moto G, then you take a consideration of rooting it. Unfortunately, most of the people just do not know how to root the phone and may be you are one of them. A manual rooting process is actually very complicated but fortunately with the help of third party software like AnyRooter, you can easily root Moto G.
Supported Device: Moto G 3rd Gen/ 2nd Gen/1st Gen, Moto G Version/T-Mobile/Sprint, Moto G KitKat/Lollipop/Marshmallow and other more.
The Advantages of Rooting Moto G
- Easily remove stock apps pre-installed by the carrier or manufacturer.
- Flashing a custom ROM such as CyanogenMod, MIUI, or Paranoid.
- Install rooted apps for efficient memory management to boot the performance.
- Have an extended battery life by eliminating stock or background running apps.
Requirements for Rooting:
- Take a full backup of phone data.
- USB debugging function enabled on Moto G.
- A Windows PC or Mac computer with Android USB drive installed.
- Download File of AnyRooter Android Root Pro.
Tutorial: How to Root Moto G in 4 Steps
Step 1: Back up Moto G before Rooting
Unlike Samsung or Sony, Motorola doesn't provide any official app for data backup, which causes some inconvenience. You need to back up the data with the help of third-party apps like Gmail, SMS Backup+. Follow this article to make a complete backup for Moto G.
Step 2:Install and Open AnyRooter Android Root Pro
Many users prefer to root the phone without computer. The truth is that the success rate of using mobile apps is much lower than desktop programs. That's Why I am recommending AnyRooter in here. Kindly download the program on your computer and install it later. You can see the main interface like shown below:
Step 3: Turn on USB Debugging on Moto G
Without USB debugging on , you can't use the program to root the device. However, it's quite easy to enable this function on your phone. Go to Settings -> About and tap Build number repeatedly unless a small screen pops up saying you are a developer. Then back to Settings -> Developer options and check USB debugging in there.
Step 4: Connect Moto G to Computer and Start Rooting
The above steps are for preparations (we need to be very serious about this). After that, we now turn to the final rooting process. Plug Moto G to the computer with USB cable. Click "Root Now" button from the main window. Then AnyRooter will start rooting Moto G. There is a progress bar indicating how many percentage the work is done. You need to wait for a few minutes and make sure the device is well connected until rooting is completed.
The complete procedure of rooting Moto G won't take more than 15 minutes. Once the procedure is done, your phone will restart automatically. Now it's time disconnect your phone from the computer. You can find lots of root-only apps available on the Android market so that you can manage the device more efficiently. The best part of using AnyRooter software is that it is very easy to use so that anyone can root their Android device by following the simple step-by-step guide.