This guide will show you how to root the HTC Desire 310 Android phone.
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What is needed to root the HTC Desire 310?
In order to root the HTC Desire 310 you will need the following.
- The HTC Desire 310 you wish to root
- A PC
Step 1 – Enable USB debugging on the HTC Desire 310
The first thing to do it enable USB debugging on the device which you can do by going to Settings > Developer Options.
Go to Settings > About Phone and tap the Build Number button until Developer Options are enabled.
Once done you go to Settings > Developer Options make sure the USB debugging option is checked.
Step 2- Install the USB drivers on your PC for the HTC Desire 310
Download the USB drivers from here. Save them to an easy to find location on your PC, such as the desktop and then run the installation file to install the drivers.
Once the USB drivers are installed connect the device to your PC.
Step 3 – Download the root tool
Download the root tool for the HTC Desire from here. Save the program to an easy to find location on your PC on your desktop and then run it.
Step 4 – Root the HTC Desire 310
With the USB drivers installed and the device connected to your PC you should have ran the rooting program (Root Genius) and once it has detected the device click the Root button.
Wait for the process to finish.
Once this is done disconnect the device from your PC and the device will now be rooted.
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