SuperOneClick by far supports the most phones of any other root method available at this point. While it may not be the best meted for your phone it probably supports it. SuperOneClick was developed by shortfuse.org and supports over 25 phones including most HTC, Motorola, Samsung and Sony Android Phones.
Operating systems that SuperOneClick Currently Supports are:
Windows Vista, Windows 7, Ubuntu Hardy (8.04 LTS), Ubuntu Jaunty (9.04), Ubuntu Karmic (9.10), Ubuntu Lucid (10.04 LTS), Ubuntu Maverick (10.10), Debian Lenny (5.0), Debian Squeeze (testing), Debian Sid (unstable), Debian Experimental.
Please take note that if you are running Microsoft Windows XP, install .NET Framework v2.0 or above, and if you run a Mac or another Linux flavor, make sure you install Mono
The current compatable and tested phones are:
Acer Liquid Metal, Dell Streak, HTC Magic (Sapphire) 32B, HTC Bee, LG Ally, Motorola Atrix4G, Motorola Charm, Motorola Cliq, Motorola Droid, Motorola Flipside, Motorola Flipout, Motorola Milestone, Nexus One, Samsung Captivate, Samsung Galaxy 551 (GT-I5510), Samsung Galaxy Portal/Spica I5700, Samsung Galaxy S 4G, Samsung Galaxy S I9000, Samsung Galaxy S SCH-I500, Samsung Infuse 4G, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Samsung Transform M920, Samsung Vibrant, Sony Ericsson Xperia E51i X8, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Sprint Hero, Telus Fascinate, Toshiba Folio 100. Keep in mind that just because the phone is not in this list does not mean that it doesn’t work just that it hasn’t been confirmed as working.
Root Instructions using SuperOneClick:
- Download the latest SuperOneClick.zip file to your Windows computer (download link)
- Extract the files from the .zip file into a new folder on your PC.
- turn on USB debugging (Settings -> Applications -> Development- > click USB Debugging)
- Plug your phone in to your PC via USB
- Make sure your SD card is unmounted (we recommend taking it out)
- Open the folder with SuperOneClick and double click “SuperOneClick.exe”.
- Allow the process to run and enjoy being rooted.
We have rooted many devices ourselves and have seen many other users saying that this root method works. We are however not responsible for your use of this information and have to tell you that you assume all risks of following the steps above.