Root and Unroot T-Mobile G2/Desire Z with Mr. Root Tool

T-Mobile G2/Desire Z users can now root their devices with a very easy one command tool that makes rooting very easy. Thanks to the developers who work hard in coding and creating these tools, one such tool has arrived today that has the ability to Root and Unroot the device with an very easy and intuitive manner. The Rooting Tool has been created by the XDA Developer named “xmc wildchild22“. With the automated script lots of workload gets removed off your head, so read on to know more about the features and Process.

Mr. Root Tool for T-Mobile G2/Desire Z

Features of Mr. Root Tool for T-Mobile G2/Desire Z

  • Root and unroot
  • Check for OTA firmware updates
  • Change font on phone
  • HTC Sense Bloatware removal
  • Change Bootanimation
  • Enable Ad-hoc tethering
  • Explore and make changes to phone using Android File Explorer

Read on to know more about the way to Root T-Mobile G2/ Desire G2 easily.

Warning for Beginners:

Note: Rooting the device is similar to jailbreaking on iPhone, the process is a little complicated and warranty will be voided upon flashing of the ROM. The warranty can be retained by re-installing the STOCK ROM. The steps which are included in this guide are very risky and can even brick off your mobile phone. Unless you are aware with Custom ROMS, Firmwares and ODIN, don’t even try these things on your mobile phone.

Root T-Mobile G2/Desire Z with Mr. Root Tool

You can read the official development thread at XDA For the procedure to Root, Unroot, check for OTA Updates, Change fonts and so on. The simple Mr. Root Tool makes it all easy, thanks to the XDA Community for their support to us people. Do let us know in the comments if you face any problem, we will try our best to sort out your problems.

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Comments

  1. Emmanuel Utomi (Xmc Wildchild22) says:

    Thanks for the recognition by the way….the OTA updater doesn’t check for firmware updates, but it checks for updates for Mr Root

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