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How To Root HTC Evo 3D Without A Computer.

If you want to take control over the administrative features of the phone then learn here how to root HTC evo 3D without a computer.

HTC Evo 3D is one of the most popular and presumably the best phones to be launched by HTC. The technical specs consist of a 1.2 GHz Dual Core processor with an inbuilt 1 GB RAM. It also comes equipped with Android Ginger Bread operating system as well as many exciting features that make this phone an amazing handset.

However, amongst these amazing features there are also certain applications that have been added by default by the manufacturer which are unnecessary and also take up a lot of space on the phone. Most of us believe that there is nothing that can be done about this but there are also some who know the tricks to gain administrative control of the handset and tweak it to make it better than it already is.

This process of gaining of administrative control of the smart phone and overriding manufacturer’s restrictions is called rooting. Rooting can only be performed on Android based handsets and are performed to overcome the restrictions imposed by the carriers and manufacturers.

By rooting your device, you can gain access to all the settings which a normal user cannot and perhaps don’t even know about. You can also run the applications that require permissions from an admin and even modify the default ones that have been imposed on you by the handset manufacturer. In this tutorial, we will share about how to Root HTC Evo 3d without a Computer. But before you begin using the process, make sure that you meet all the pre-requisites for a smooth procedure.


Before rooting your device, you must know that when you install a third party Custom ROM, the warranty gets voided. Hence, the risk and full responsibility must be taken by the owner. Your HTC Evo 3D must be charged to at least 80% so that there are no disruptions during the procedure. You must also enable debugging on your handset by entering ‘Settings’ and then accessing “Manage Applications”. Here you enter in ‘Development’ tab to change the USB Debugging settings to ‘enable’. Most important thing is to back up all the important data so that you don’t lose any files in the process.

Here are the steps to root your device

Step 1: Download and install 4Shared app on your HTC Evo 3D. Once it has been installed, open the application

Step 2: When you open the app, type “z4root” in the search box

Step 3: Search results will display many versions of z4root file but you must only download the one called ‘Z4root ZTE blade” and also download the apk for it.

Step 4: Download and install this app on your device

Step 5: After being successfully installed, just open the app and you will see two options “temporary root” and “permanent root”.

Step 6: You can choose either of the two options and your device would be rooted

Your HTC Evo 3D has now been rooted successfully and this can be verified by using Super App on your device. You can also download the app and use it for verification.

The whole article is about solving a commonly asked problem with HTC EVO 3D phone but there are situations when you also run into problem with your broadband service providers. In such circumstances, no self-serve tutorial will come to rescue and the only way out is to dial customer service deptt and seek their technical support. I happen to dial sky phone number for my broadband issues and it seems to work pretty well for me.

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