Root your Android by Cydia Impactor

               Cydia Impactor is a Windows Application that allows you to root any Android Device in a Single Click. It is developed by Saurik (Developer who created Cydia for iOS devices). Here, we are going to guide you how to use Cydia Impactor Application to root any android device.


                        1.Cydia Impactor
                                               For windows : click here
                                               For mac         : click here

                                  2.Super user

                                  3.Root checker

                                  4.USB driver(for your android click here)

Disclaimer: This guide is intended as a helpful “how to”. not responsible for any gain or loss (including but not limited to bricked devices) incurred as a result of following this guide. Root your device at your own risk. Rooting may void your warranty.

Steps to root using cydia impactor :

Step 1:-
         Enable USB Debugging on your Android Smartphone. 
To enable USB debugging,  Open Settings > Developers Option > USB Debugging > Tick to Enable. ( if you dont know how to enable developer option click here )

Step 2: Download  and extract Cydia Impactor on your computer. After extracting, you will be able to see the following files:

Step 3:install necessary usb driver  and Now, Open Impactor.exe (you have extracted this file in step#2)

Step 4: Once Cydia Impactor Application is launched, connect your Android device to the computer (with USB Debugging enabled).

Step 5: Now, to begin the rooting process click on the Start Button

Step 6: Now, Cydia Impactor will install SuperSU binary on your Android Device. Once, this process is completed, close the Cydia Impactor application and Disconnect your Android Device from the computer.

Step 7: Now, Restart your Android Device.

Step 8: Once your Android Device is restarted, and Install SuperSU application (chainfire).

Step 9: Now your Android Device is Rooted successfully. To check whether your phone is rooted correctly, open SuperSU application If you are able to use it without any error then it means your device is rooted successfully.

Optional: You can also verify your device is successfully rooted or not by RootChecker Application.

Keep in Mind:

No data loss process: Your Android Phone Data like contacts, pictures, videos, music and etc will be not affected with this method.

Warranty Void: Your Android Device Warranty may be Void after following the above tutorial.

How to unroot: To unroot Open SuperSU > Settings > Full Unroot.

Credits: Cydia Impactor Application is created by Saurik (Developer).

              If you have tried the above tool to root your Android device the please let us know if it works or not with your Device Model Name. The term Cydia is usually associated with devices running iOS, more so with the jailbroken ones. Cydia is like a 3rd party store which houses tons of tweaks, mods and apps for jailbroken iOS devices. Well, it so happens that iOS is not the only ecosystem that saurik, the dude behind Cydia, is giving his attention to. Earlier this year, Bluebox security announced the existence of a Master Key exploit for Android devices, which was considered a high-severity vulnerability that affected almost 99% of Android devices.

               Saurik has not only patched this vulnerability, but also released a new tool called Cydia Impactor that can be used to root any Android device, or at least 99% of them which were potentially vulnerable to this exploit. The tool should work up through devices running Android 4.1.x Jelly Bean, possibly higher versions too, and will also work for Google TV and Google Glass. The cool thing about this tool, is that if it is not able to root your device via the Master Key bug, it will automatically attempt to achieve root through a different signature verification bug. Cydia Impactor is available for Windows, Linux as well as Mac. Here’s how you can use Cydia Impactor to root any Android device.

           Cydia Impactor is a nifty little tool which works with tons of Android devices. If universal root tools like Bin4ry, Motochopper and Framaroot do not work on your device, it is worth giving Cydia Impactor a whirl. At last count, the tool has been reported not working with three devices/Android versions  – Motorola Atrix 4D on 4.1.1, Huawei Ascend Mate on 4.1, and HTC One on 4.2.2, but won’t harm the devices any.