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SOURCE One Click Root
NEW YORK, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite the U.S. government attempting to make rooting your smartphone illegal, against heavy citizen opposition, Android phone owners are continuing to root their phones in record numbers. Why? Because rooting your phone allows you to install apps you otherwise couldn't, customize your phone beyond any limitations your carrier has imposed, and simply get a lot more from that phone you depend on every day.
But rooting your Android phone has the potential to make it unusable, if you don't know what you're doing. This is known as "bricking" your phone, since effectively it turns into an expensive brick. Plus, the process of rooting an Android phone can get quite technical and for that reason alone puts many people off.
However, New York-based software company One Click Root believes that there's not a single Android phone their software can't actually root in just a couple of minutes, and without any technical knowledge on your part. And to test this theory, while their software is still in beta, they're giving it away for free on their site, as a public bug hunting exercise.
Is your phone the one type One Click Root can't root? Download their software for free to find out: http://www.oneclickroot.com/download-now/
About One Click Root:
One Click Root is a software company that specializes in software to root Android phones quickly and easily. Their software roots thousands of phones every day and their site is visited by hundreds of thousands of Android owners every month.
Visit them at: http://www.oneclickroot.com
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One Click Root
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