However, for novice hackers, "rooting" the phone sounds like it may be easier said than done. Although seemingly intimidating, by following a few simple steps anyone can do this with ease.
Before getting started, remember to back up your phone, including your contacts, SMS messages, files and photos.
The first step is to download and install Superboot, a boot image that, when flashed, will root the device the first time you boot up.
Once downloaded, extract the files it contains to a directory on your computer, just like any other zip file.
Now put your Android phone in bootloader mode.
Depending on your computer's OS, do one of the following:
That's it, your device has been rooted!