The HTC Desire 310 is a cheaper device with medium hardware powered with medium 2000 mAh battery, but you can still do more than medium-esque things with this phone simply by just rooting your phone. After rooting you can tweak your device interface as well as performance also. Read the guide below to learn a very easy way to root your device. There’s no command, no recovery; just with a click of your mouse button. Remember you are doing this with your device at your own risk, do not blame us if you ended up with a bricked device.
Rooting is breaking away the system internals from HTC’s factory restrictions so we can add extra application from Google Play, boost our software version thanks to custom firmware, change the way our devices look with a custom ROM and more. We make sure system files access to some apps which need it to work smoothly. Check how it’s done for this handset after the jump.
There are so many amazing things about rooting that I can’t list them all here such as you can tweak your phones interface or boost your phone’s per performance. There is only one draw back is that your phone will lose its warranty and you can’t claim it back till your phone is rooted and you will be charged for any type of assistance for your phone.
You need a Windows PC or Mac computer, a USB cable and your phone with USB debugging enabled on it. You can enable USB Debugging by going to Settings > Developer Options > enable USB debugging from here. If you don’t see any Developer Options menu, that’s likely because it needs unlocking. Unlock the Developer Options menu by tapping on the build number seven times. You find the build number at the About Device menu.
First you need to make sure that your PC should not have any antivirus installed on it. If it has protecttion then disable it during this root process or it may damage your phone. USB cable should be good, no broken pin or damaged wire. Charge your phone to at least 70% battery or it will brick your phone if it get off lacking battery juice during this rooting process.
Steps to root HTC Desire 310
- First you need to download and install your phone’s USB drivers on your PC.
- Now download root genius on your PC from here.
- Connect your phone to PC using USB cable.
- Launch the Root Genius app from the desktop shortcut.
- The Root Genius will detect your phone (wait for it).
- After the detection of your phone, click the Root button on the left side of the Root Genius.
That’s all! Your Desire 310 smartphone is now rooted and you can check it by installing any root check app from here. Also you can post any query if you have in the comment section below.
Be careful what you do from here with your Desire smartphone. The next thing you’ll want is to install a custom recovery. However, making a backup with MTK Droid tools and attempting to make the CWM recovery from it can brick your device.