Rooting Andriod Method | Many Subscribers Asking For This Here Is The Method With Download Links

https://files.orangefox.download/

  • Here you find all version with mobile model name. And paste this file to your computer.

https://magiskmanager.com/

  • Download magisk from here and install it in your mobile and open it.
  • Then click on install button then you need to download lastest magisk flash zip file.Now save this in your mobile sdcard.

https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=4349826312261802203

  • Download this for android pie security Bypass. Save it in sdcard.

https://androidfilehost.com/?fid=4349826312261805901

Latest version of ccps v3.2

Download it and save it in your mobile sdcard.

  • First unlock boot loader from developer option OEM unlock and usb debugging.
  • Then download orange fox latest zip file. Extract it.
  • There you find recovery.img
  • Img to tar convert it.
  • Recovery.tar
  • Now you need to flash this recovery.tar via odin from AP
  • And you need to check untick auto reboot
  • Other wise it will not work
  • After doing this
  • Go to recovery mode
  • Then you find new orange fox recovery
  • If you have samsung mobile with pie 9.0
  • Then you need to install Bypass security pie.zip
  • From orange fox
  • Then format data
  • Then install ccps v3.2.zip via orange fox
  • Then flash MAGISK latest zip version
  • Then reboot
  • It successfully rooted

For Other help go here

https://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-j4+/how-to/root-j4-plus-pie-u2-2019-t3929112

enjoy folks!

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Simpler method is to enable USB debugging in developer options and use kingroot
NOT kingoroot

only works for older android versions mostly below lollipop. You must have bootloader unlocked before doing anything. Currently not a lot of manufacturers allow their devices to be unlocked that easily.

> NOTE:- I MAY NOT BE AS EXPERIENCED AS YOU, BUT I HAV MY OWN KNOWLEDGE WHICH I WOULD LIKE TO DUMP HERE

> NOTE2:- NEVER BELIEVE A SINGLE PERSON,

No Offense

Thank You for your Time writing this whole thing, But being a Nerd I can stand With out Pointing out Mistakes in Your Process

  • First PLEASE LEARN THAT Not All devices can be rooted in the same way, Most of them are similar but There are slight Important changes to be taken care of.
  • Eg:- for samsung we generally use odin to flash the img , but for other devices we use adb and so on(Note this is just an example)

|| For Newbies Never Show a differnet flavour of TWRP But use the original TWRP (This is just an advice form an experienced person)
You can Get it here - https://twrp.me/Devices/

note By some research i found that This method is only fit For J4 PLUS
Sources :-
https://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-j4+/development/kernels-sm-j415f-t3922934
https://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-j4+/development/kernels-sm-j415f-t3922934
https://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-j4+/how-to/root-j4-plus-pie-u2-2019-t3929112

The Pie security Bypass – That Was only ment for J6 , U cannot flash other device “CPU LIMIT” to another one (BIG MISTAKE)
As same goes for ccps – That was Only Ment for Samsung J6 kernel
The developer Also mentioned it

Thats Not the correct Way to Do so – As i said above in the example Every device Has its own method With its small changes

And left over all the basic Stuff is similar only the Unlocking And TWRP installation is Different for ever device

For general Steps (The base of Rooting the android the general way) goes like this:
1> UNLOCK THE BOOT LOADER
2> INSTALL TWRP VIA FASTBOOT
3> DECRYPT  YOU PHONE (BY ERASING DATA PARTION IF REQUIRED)
4> FLASH MASGISK (RCOMMENDED,) YOU CAN ALSO USE SUPERSU(OUTDATED)
5> FLASH LEFT OVER ZIP FILES REQUIRED (THIS IS TRICKY SOME DEVICES REQUIRE THIS STEP SOME DONT)
6> CLEAN CAHCHE AND REBOOT

THE ABOVE method is the general method to root your phone but most of the devices get a change in 1st, 2ndand 5th step read your xda phone guide to root your phone

its simple to find that guide Its a trick i Always use –

root <Your phone name/ phone code> xda

Just search this in google and you will get the thread
Phone code- Every device has a code name
Eg:-
Oneplus one - bacon, OnePlus 5 - cheeseburger, oneplus5t - Dumpling,
redmi note 5 pro- whyred, Google pixel 3 - blueline etc. (every device has it search it for your self)

I TRIED TO MAKE THIS COMMENT AS BREIF AS I CAN SO PLEASE REPLY ME IF I MISSED ANY THING

PLEASE DO NOT USE KINGROOT OR KINGOROOT

NONE OF THEM

THERE HAS BEEN MANY DISCUSSION ON XDA ABOUT IT

source:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/android/general/kingroot-malware-adware-root-t3563090
https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2515851

COULD NOT FIND THE REAL THREAD SO I POSTED SOME SIDE THREADS

BUT one Thing is that They Are not safe – because
Once you give them all rights of your phone (ie root) What else is there in your hand
We dont even know what or where our data is sent So they are not reliable

The apps are not open source So You cant even prove

If you visit this thread
https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2604749
you can find that KINGOROOT is safe and secure
BUT ASK URSELF CAN YOU BELIEVE IT
SO DONT TAKE ANY RISK AND FOLLOW THE STANDARD METHOD

DO NOT USE ONE-CLICK ROOT APPLICATIONS

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NOPE THE METHOD YOU MAYBE RECOMMENDING IS OUTDATED

THE METHOD I MENTIONED IN BEFORE POSTS ARE STANDARD OF ANDROID ROOTING
AND IF THE MANUFATURER DOES NOT ALLOW UNLOCKING OF BOOT LOADER THEN THERE WILL BE NO OFFICIAL WAY TO ROOT YOU PHONE (of course there are exceptions)

AND I AM STILL SHOKED HOW OP SET THIS POST AS THE SOLUTION

AND FOR DEVICES BELOW LOLIPOP THERE IS A EASY METHOD
most of them can be direclty unloacked by adb and custom recovery can be flashed easily

REMEMBER THIS IS THE STANDARD OF UNLOCKING ANDROID PHONE

can it be applied on the LG-K520DY?

I’ve tried dozens of tools, but none of them worked

my cellphone might be old-fashioned, but there are around 13 BTC in it

Rooting your Phone which has BTC in it Especially Since it’s a little older is not the way to Go! unless you want someone to gain unauthorized access to the BTC I’d say don’t root the Phone for Security Reasons obviously!