21/8/2013, UnlockRoot Pro 4.1.2 supports Google Nexus 4/7 4.3

Any Android 2.2-2.3, 4.0.0-4.0.3 Devices Which Have Not Included In This Table Has The Possibility To Be Rooted By UnlockRoot Pro.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 2
  • Samsung Galaxy SIII
  • Samsung GT-I9100
  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Samsung Galaxy S
  • Samsung Nexus S
  • HTC One X
  • HTC One S
  • HTC Droid DNA
  • HTC EVO 4G LTE
  • HTC Desire HD
  • HTC Desire S
  • Google Nexus 4
  • Google Nexus 7
  • Google Nexus 10
  • Amazon Kindle Fire
  • Kindle Fire HD 7''
  • Lenovo P700
  • LG Optimus 2X
  • Sony Xperia Arc
  • Sony Arc S

"Rooting" your device means obtaining "superuser" rights and permissions to your Android's applications."Rooting" your device means obtaining "superuser" rights and permissions to your Android's applications."Rooting" your device means obtaining "superuser" rights and permissions to your Android's applications. "Rooting" your device means obtaining "superuser" rights and permissions to your Android's applications.

Every Android phone has a bootloader that instructs the operating system kernel to boot normally. Since Android OS is an open source OS and is available on a variety of different hardware, every manufacturer has their own version of bootloader specific for the hardware present in it’s environment. The bootloader is usually locked on most Android devices because although it’s an open source OS, still the manufacturers want you to stick to their Android OS version specifically designed for the device. In order to apply this concept, manufacturers lock the bootloader. With a locked bootloader on Android devices, it is virtually impossible to flash a Custom ROM and forced attempts void warranty as well as usually end up in bricks. Therefore, the first step is to always unlock the bootloader.

4.1.1

Support nexus 4/7 android v4.3

4.1
1. Improved software stability;2. Fixed some bugs

3.1.3 Support HTC One, Galaxy S IV (U.S.)

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