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I installed framaroot(latest) version on my device.My device is listed as compatible but when I open framaroot it says this Click image for larger version

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What should I do? Is there any other one-click app to root/unroot my device without computer and without the risk of being bricked? if there is any then please list it and give me a step by step tutorial of using it to root

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It means your device cannot be rooted by this app. You have to go the official way
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It means your device cannot be rooted by this app. You have to go the official way
I know that....but what's the official way?

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First of all there will never be a official way for rooting and the word official from the above thread means find your device on the forum and search for the post about how to root.

Risk factor remains but if instructions are followed properly there will be no problems

Rooting without computer is not supported by all devices. It depends on procedures available to root the device you are using.
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Well starting 3 threads for a simple question isn't gonna get you anywhere. Seriously JUST READ more before spamming this section.
Anyway I already replied to your question in your other thread.
A THANKS is always welcomed

Ex-Devices:
Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 - Went dead after I drowned in a river (True story)
iPhone 3G - Swapped for an XPERIA X10
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 - Gifted to my gf
HTC Sensation - Sold
Samsung i9100 GSII - Bricked, repaired then sold
HTC One X - Sold
Sony XPERIA Z - Sold
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