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How to root android for TheOneSpy spy software

What is rooting? how to root an Android device?

Is it necessary to root my device?

No, it is not essential that you root your device to install TheOneSpy on it. TheOneSpy even works on un-rooted devices. However, if you choose not to root your device, many features of this application will not be available for use. They will remain locked.

For more information on features that require root access to work, you can consult the table given below.

What is rooting?

The procedure by which you can access special features after the installation of a software or an application on a device, is called Rooting.

Benefits of Rooting

The ability to use a greater number of features is only one advantage of Rooting. Here are some more:

  • The software remains completely hidden and undetectable.
  •  You can update the TheOneSpy software distantly, without having to physically access the device again.
  • You can remotely monitor their activity on IM’s (Instant Messengers) such as Facebook, Skype, Whatsapp etc.
  • You can send a Spy call to the target device and listen to conversations taking place n the phone and the surrounding sounds.
  •  You can activate the Key logger and capture everything the target types or swipes, including the e-mail and application passwords as well as the device lock pattern/passcode.

Related: Android Spy Software Reviews 

Is it possible that I install TheOneSpy first and root later onward?

Unfortunately, that’s not the way how it will work.  In order to acquire complete functionality, it is important that you root your device before installing TheOneSpy on it.

How can I tell if my device is already rooted?

If you have a rooted Android device with you, an icon called SuperSU will be visible on it. However, it disappears as soon as you install TheOneSpy on it.

Related: How to keep track mobile with spy apps?

What do I need to have to root my device?

To root an Android phone you will need to have the following:

  • Physical access to The Android phone you want to root.
  • The model number of the Android phone you wish to root (see above for how to find this information).
  • The OS version of the Android phone you desire to root (see above for how to find this information).
  • A PC within your reach.

The approximate time to root an Android device depends on the model number of the target device as well as the technical know-how of the person performing it and his/her familiarity with the Android device. Depending on these factors, where it may take only 10 minutes to root some devices, others are more intricate and may take as much as an hour..

Related: Protecting your child with Android Spy Software

The Key rules to Root your Android phone :

Backup your unrooted Android device using ADB before proceeding.

After you have done that please note the following points.

  • The guidelines provided by TheOneSpy are only accurate at the time of writing. They may alter later and it may no longer be possible to root a device, using them.
  • If for any reason, you are not able to root your device correctly, TheOneSpy will not be responsible for any damages that you incur. So, do it at your own risk!
  •  Make sure that you follow the rooting guide that provides instructions for the relevant model number or the OS version you wish to root.
  • Remember that Rooting an Android device almost always nullifies its warranty. Only warranties for some devices remain valid even after they have been unrooted
  • Don’t forget to follow the rooting instructions in exactly the same order as they have been given.
  • All methods provided in these online manuals to root Android devices are for PC only.

TheOneSpy’s root access features are not working on my Android device. What could be the issue?

  • Did you root the TARGET device before you installed TheOneSpy?
  • Is TheOneSpy running in the NORMAL mode on the target device?

Note that if TheOneSpy is operating in the NORMAL mode, it is an indication that the TARGET device is un-rooted. In this mode, no root features would work. Here is what you need to do:

  • Go to the Application Manager menu and find the listed Software, which is TheOneSpy, in this case.
  • You need to deactivate and uninstall the application from the menu. Then you need to physically root the device first and then install TheOneSpy again.

Related: How to Spy on an iPhone Without Jailbreak

My Target device is rooted but the application still runs in the Normal mode.What could be wrong?

If the TARGET device is rooted but you failed to tap GRANT when asked by SuperSU during the installation process, TheOneSpy will continue to run in NORMAL mode.

You must deactivate, uninstall and then physically reinstall TheOneSpy not forgetting to tap GRANT when asked by SuperSU.

However, in the condition that despite satisfying both criteria about your TARGET device being rooted and tapping on GRANT when asked by SuperSU during TheOneSpy installation, full root permissions were not granted for some unknown reasons, then the application will run in LIMITED mode. In the Limited mode, you can still:

  • Monitor incoming/outgoing e-mails
  • Capture IM logs provided that TheOneSpy supports the relevant IM version
  • Enjoy the application working in complete stealth mode, completely hidden from the Application Manager menu.
  • NO OTHER ROOT FEATURES WILL WORK

Only when the trio is completed i-e- the TARGET device is rooted, GRANT is tapped when asked by SuperSU during installation and full root permissions are granted, the application will  run in FULL mode. In Full mode, you can:

  • Capture Email records.
  • Monitor IM logs, provided the IM version is supported by TheOneSpy.
  • Enjoy the application working in complete stealth mode, completely hidden from the Application Manager menu.
  • Send Spy call to any desired number to listen to ambient sounds.
  • Remotely update TheOneSpy from inside the online portal.
  • Remotely upgrade TheOneSpy from inside the online portal.

I forgot to check the running mode of the application, on the Android device, during installation. Can I check it later?

You can still check the TheOneSpy running mode after installation, directly from your online account by clicking Account > Action button > Settings and see which Running Mode it is set on.

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