Root your Samsung Galaxy S5 with CF-Auto-Root

Chainfire updated his CF-Auto-Root tool yesterday to support the just released Samsung Galaxy S5 on T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular. CF-Auto-Root requires an unlocked bootloader so AT&T and Verizon customers, once again, are out of luck. I don’t know about you, but one of the first things I do with a new phone is void […]

WeakSauce Root for Verizon HTC One (m8) and HTC One (m7)

Jcase and beaups have done it again! The fruit of last night’s labor is WeakSauce, a root method for Verizon’s HTC One (m8) and HTC One (m7). The exploit gets write access to system/xbin and installs a su binary which then allows you to install Superuser or SuperSU for root access. For the HTC One (m8), […]

Root de la Vega : Root Verizon Galaxy Note 3

Despite Big Red locking down the bootloaders on Android devices the developers never say no, the Verizon Galaxy Note 3 has been rooted. Yes, we know bootloader is still locked but root is something which every Android tinkerer wants to have. Root de la Vega by @designgears is the tool which you can use to […]

AT&T Note 3 Root via Root de la Vega

Yes we all know by now that AT&T sucks after it decided to start locking bootloaders, but even locking bootloaders has not stopped developers from hacking into AT&T devices. The latest and arguably the  greatest Android phone, the Note 3 on AT&T has been rooted. Yeps, the AT&T Note 3 now has a write enabled […]