MotoChopper was originally developed to root Motorola devices but it seems it’s able to root some of the non-Motorola devices as well. It is a one-click root method that roots your device, installs SuperSU and Busybox, and lets you have all the fun that can only be enjoyed on a rooted device. Here’s how you can root your device using MotoChopper:
I. Before You Begin:
1. This will void the warranty of your device. However, you can reinstate the warranty by unrooting your device if there’s any unrooting procedure available.
2. You should have appropriate drivers installed on your PC (you can find some of them here or simply Google for your device’s name and the words “adb driver” behind it).
II. Downloading Required Files:
1. Download the MotoChopper tool and save it to your desktop.
MotoChopper (It’s attached in the first post)
III. Rooting an Android Device using MotoChopper Tool:
1. Extract contents of the tool by right-clicking on it and selecting Extract here.
2. Turn ON the USB debugging option on your device by heading to Menu > Settings > Developer options > USB debugging.
3. Plug in your device to your PC via USB cable.
4. If you’re using Windows, double-click on run.bat and it should start the process. If you’re a Linux or Mac user, open Terminal and run following commands:
5. Approve the connection on your device.
6. Wait for it to root your device.
7. Once done, you should have SuperSU app installed on your device.
8. You’re all done!