How to root HTC Desire 510

Hexamob | Alberto Mulas 09/11/2014

How to root HTC Desire 510

New rooting method for the HTC Desire 510, the new Android phone developed by the taiwanese company HTC Corporation, founded on May 15, 1997 by Cher Wang, HT Cho and Peter Chou. Initially, a producer of notebook computers, HTC began designing some of the first touch and wireless mobile devices in the world in 1998. Today, HTC offers its own products under the brand HTC, as well as supporting its operator-branded products and their allies Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). HTC also owns Dopod as a subsidiary. In June 2006, it decided to launch its own brand, under which it has continued to manufacture based on Windows Mobile and Android devices blockbuster. The new smartphone HTC Desire 510 is available to buy since this summer.


01. Download and install the program Framaroot.apk version 1.9.0 or above (link available in “Download sources”) on your phone. To do this you have to enable Unknown sources option: go to Settings > Security > Unknown sources.

02. Once installed, enable the USB Debugging: Settings > Developer Options and select USB Debugging.

03. Connect your phone to your computer (Android icon should appear in the status bar).

04. Open the application Framaroot and select the Superuser or SuperSU program.

05. Select Gandalf exploiter; wait a few minutes while the phone is locked.

06. When the process finishes and phone again reacts to your moves, restart. At this time the root is done.

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