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Root any Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Root the Android! 4.0 and 4.1

So here is my another post for android users and this might be the best one for you.The title says it all. Today i will be telling you how to root any android device running 4.0 ice cream Sandwich or android 4.1 Jelly bean.Be  it any device you can root your device via this method! So hold on your breath guys 🙂

PRECAUTION-I would like to emphasize that if you don’t know or understand the risks of rooting your device, please don’t do it. You’re going to have to follow through and there is always a risk of bricking your device, rendering it useless.

here’s what XDA Recognized Developer Bin4ary, the script’s creator, has to say about it:

I made a small script which is able to root ICS/JB phones. It uses a remount timing issue in Androids “adb restore” service.
So normally it should work on nearly all ICS/JB devices, for some it won’t but the idea may work in a slightly modded version

There is a special case for Xperia T and Xperia S,P etc. phones, this phones run ICS but don’t have android’s native restore with adb, Sony has added a own custom “Backup&Restore” app, the script handles this cases too, just choose the correct option!

ROOT NOw! with Guide


1. download the script

2.extract it with your favorite tool

3.execute the RunMe.bat file

4.follow the instructions it gives you

The script is currently at version 3.0. Fortunately, Bin4ary is updating it with support for outlier devices that can’t be rooted in the way outlined above. If you’re willing to give it a shot, I would recommend reporting in the thread if your phone or tablet was rooted successfully  or not



Who’s security is better :iOS or Android?

Although developers are trying to create secure operating systems for mobiles,a fully secure OS still remains an utopian concept.

iOS- Operating system by Apple
Apple’s iOS security model runs each third-party apps in an isolated environment so that the application may only accesss its own data and permitted system resources. When it comes to application distribution,all apps are submitted by developers go through a manual review process with restrictions based on policies regarding issues such as data collection,API usage and user interface guideline compliance

Android: Operating system by google

It has system security model that supports its open application distribution model.When installing an app,users are presented with the list of permissions requested by the app.Permission allows app to access specific data,sms messenging and the ability to access internet

The android market has a more community-based approach then Apple’s app store.some security checks are performed when apps are submitted to the market,but its expected that community as a whole will participate in identifying malicious or undesired apps.this allows android developers to update their apps much more quickly then with Apple’s curated model.

I use both OS, and I think both are good in their own places. 🙂 what’s your say? Do comment! Refer here To Transform your windows into Macintosh !

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