Version: 1.9.3 (1)
arm
Package: com.alephzain.framaroot
1,931,085 downloads
1.25 MB (1,305,804 bytes)
Min: Android 1.5 (Cupcake, API 3)
Target: Android 4.4 (Kitkat, API 19)
nodpi
Uploaded October 2, 2014 at 9:11PM UTC by Parjanya Gala
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APK Notes:

forum.xda-developers.com/apps/framaroot/root-framaroot-one-click-apk-to-root-t2130276

Version 1.9.3: Update SuperSU to 1.99r4. Add Czech translation thanks to efIT^cz™.
Version 1.9.2: Update SuperSU to 1.94. Fix error #15.
Version 1.9.1: New action (Execute script) added which will allow you to execute a custom script. Ukrainian language added thanks to Bogdan.
Version 1.9.0: Add Barahir exploit (potentially affect Mediatek based devices).
Version 1.8.1: Another attempt to fix crashes.
Version 1.8.0: Add Faramir exploit, little brother of Boromir (potentially affect Mediatek based devices).
Version 1.7.1: Link to Framaroot donation added (it does nothing as this kind of application are forbidden on play store ... but it could do something someday)
Version 1.7.0: Due to a mistake, Pippin exploit didn't appear in exploit list, its fixed now (Huawei device owners

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Comments
  • Vane Nora

    TRYING TO INSTALL FOR THE FROTO BUT WHEN INSTALLED THERE IS ONLY AN OPTION TO SELECT ARAGON …WHY IS THAT???

    • Paula W.

      Maybe your Smartphone is’nt compatible for framaroot. I have the same problem and I’m still looking for another root app

  • Lucky patcher is the best tool you can use after rooting your android. Believe me.

    • EarlyMon

      No, Lucky Patcher is basically used so you can be a douchebag and install paid apps for free – because you’re just so entitled you can’t be bothered to pay people for their work.

      Believe me.

      • aerowolfz

        What if i told you that you don’t use lucky patcher to download paid apps for free, but you instead use APK files?

        • EarlyMon

          What if I told you that I’ve been using Android since Cupcake and have had my hands in kernel, rom, recovery, and app development and that your attempt to enlighten me simply shows that you don’t know how to differentiate the class (app) from the instantiation (apk file) and that I never said that LP was used for downloading?

          How about if I told you that ripping off developers shows exactly how much of a major dorkwad you are?

          Go troll somewhere else, you just failed miserably.

          A+ display of your ignorance however. Well done.