Learn how to Root HTC Evo 4G, Motorola Droid, HTC Wildfire, HTC Desire, HTC Incredible and other Sprint Android Phones on Windows, Mac and Linux through this tutorial in 7 easy simple straight forward steps.

Jailbreaking Apple iPhone is legal in the USA, and so is Rooting Android Phones. There is a long list of the Android apps which makes an Android Phone worth Rooting/Jailbreak.


Recently, a lot of Android smartphone users has been anxiously waiting for HTC Evo 4G and HTC Thunderbolt Android Updates on their phones, containing critical Android OS fixes including the infamous rebooting bug. But HTC and Sprint has been delaying and dragging their feet from the due upgrades, keeping their customer support mum on the issue.
Root Sprint HTC Evo 4G, Droid, Wildfire, Desire, Aria Android Phones

Benefits of Rooting/Jailbreaking Phones?

There are some many reason people want to Root or Jailbreak Android Phones. It has become almost a trend. A few users do it for de-branding to set their devices free. While some geeks root or jailbreak Android Phones or Apple iPhones to get access to uncharted waters of pirated applications. The delay in Android OS upgrades by the manufacturers also makes many unhappy users do Rooting/Jailbreaking their devices.

Theses reasons fuels the idea for many to Root/Jailbreak Sprint HTC Evo 4G, Droid, Wildfire, Desire, Aria and other Android Phones. If you are one of them, there is an tool for you to easily Root/Jailbreak Android Phone.

Root Android Phones with unrEVOked 3.3

The unrEVOked 3.3 is a simple powerful Rooting Tool for HTC Android Phones, bringing much-needed and long-awaited support for latest versions of HBOOTs and official OTA updated ROMs. The unrEVOked rooting tool can be used with the following popular HTC Android smartphones:
  1. Sprint HTC Evo 4G (HTC Supersonic)
  2. Droid Incredible (HTC Incredible)
  3. Droid Eris (HTC DesireC)
  4. HTC Wildfire (HTC Buzz)
  5. HTC Desire CDMA (HTC BravoC)
  6. HTC Desire GSM
  7. HTC Aria

How to Root/Jailbreak HTC Evo 4G, Droid, Wildfire, Desire or other HTC Android Phones

Please read on for detailed step by step instructions to root your Android device:
Warning for Microsoft Windows Users
Unlike the Mac and Linux, Microsoft Windows users MUST install the included HBoot drivers first. You can see windows HBOOT Driver installation instruction here.
Also note that simply disabling HTC Sync from the system tray is not enough. Therefore, Please make sure to uninstall all programs (like ATK, HTC Sync, DoubleTwist and others) that might interfere with the root process by trying to access the Phone over USB, which will cause problems.
Step 1: Please visit Unrevoked website by clicking here.

Step 2: Select/Click your phone model shown on the page.

Step 3: Select and download Mac/Linux/Windows Tool version, depending upon the computer operating system where you want it to be installed.

Step 4: Turn your phone's Wi-Fi off and disable installation of non-Market applications by going to Settings > Applications.

Step 5: Launch the downloaded Reflash_Package.exe and follow the on screen instructions.

Step 6: Even if you already have USB Debugging mode on, toggle it on and off a few times as a precaution. It is a work around trick suggested by few developer that face some issues.

Step 7: Please make sure to select "Charge Only" and "Remember this" options, when asked for default USB connection type, while connecting Phone to the computer on USB.
It really is that simple. You can check here for updates and more information on The unrEVOked 3.3 Recovery Reflash Tool.

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  1. wowo so easy and fast

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  2. So after all of this ur phone would b a non contract . Almost like a metro pcs?

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  3. Hi i get an error: fail to get root. is your firmware too new ?
    Bravo PVT 1 SHIP S-ON
    HBOOT 0.93.0001
    RADIO 5.11.05.27
    BASEBAND NO. 32.49.00.32U_5.11.05.27
    BUILD NO. 2.29.405.14
    Would really appreciate some help. Thanks for a great tutorial.

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  4. What happens if it says "content can not be supported"?

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  5. I also get the "Is your firmware too new" message. Anyone still come to this board that can help?

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  6. After doing this, did you experience any problems with your phone?

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  7. Followed all instructions. Un revoked- tried to do it thrice but was unsuccessful. Any other idea?

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  8. I have a 1st generation Sprint HTC EVO, what do I need to root this phone?

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