As time goes on, more and more root tools become available. The point of this is to make it as simple as possible. If we rewind time and go back a few years, there was a unique and precise guide for each and every device. That still does exist to an extent today, especially if you take into account any firmware updates. But for the most part we are seeing these tools come out which provide users a way to root several different devices with the one tool. Take the Z4ROOt tool, for example, which can help get the job done on many. Not only do you have easy access to what you need, but the actual process generally becomes a whole lot easier too. As time goes on we can probably expect much more of the same and then becoming increasingly easier to do. That might put a little added pressure on the bloggers who rely on the views, however, it will be a short price to pay for the increase in the amount of people becoming involved in hacking. As with all things in life there is always a positive and a negative for anything.

Another good thing about tools such as the Z4ROOT is that it’s a fair bit safer than the average root method. A huge part about what makes non-hackers decide against even trying it is the fact that things may go wrong and they simply don’t want the problems that might accompany it. It’s the added bonuses like these, that make the tool that much more great.

There’s a whole bunch of devices that are compatible with this tool. Here is the list:

  • Samsung Galaxy S
  • Sony X10
  • Motorola Defy
  • Xperia Mini
  • Droid 2
  • Galaxy Tab
  • Galaxy I5700
  • Galaxy 3 I5800
  • Samsung Acclaim
  • Motorola Cliq
  • Huawei 8120
  • Motorola Flipside
  • Motorola Milestone 2
  • Motorola Backflip
  • X10 Mini Pro

There is in between 5 and 10 more devices that it is compatible with that I have not included on the list.

Sweet! How do I get it? You can download the Z4ROOt APK v1.3.0 from this XDA Developers thread.

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