How to Root Your Android Device with Bin4ry V30

How to Root Your Android Device with Bin4ry V30


How to Root Your Android Device with Bin4ry V30

If you want to root your Android device and gain superuser access, you might want to try Bin4ry V30, a universal rooting tool that can root many Android phones or tablets running Android version 4.0.x ICS or 4.1.x / 4.2.x Jelly Bean. In this article, we will show you how to download and use Bin4ry V30 to root your device easily.

What is Bin4ry V30?

Bin4ry V30 is a modified version of Bin4ry, a “root” tool developed by XDA member Bin4ry. It can root many Android devices by exploiting a vulnerability in the restore function of the adb (Android Debug Bridge) daemon. Bin4ry V30 has three modes: Normal mode, Special mode and Mode 3 (Goroh_kun mode). Normal mode is for most devices with older firmware, Special mode is for Sony Tablet and similar devices, and Mode 3 is for Xperia phones with Jelly Bean firmware.

How to Download Bin4ry V30?


What is Bin4ry V30?

You can download Bin4ry V30 from the link below. The file name is Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_v30.zip and the file size is about 9 MB. You will need a decompressing application like 7zip, WinZip, WinRAR or Unzip to extract the zip file.

Download Bin4ry V30

How to Use Bin4ry V30?


How to Download Bin4ry V30?

Before you use Bin4ry V30, make sure you have backed up your data and enabled USB debugging on your device. You can enable USB debugging by going to Settings > Development options > USB debugging or Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging and checking the box. You also need to install the Android drivers for your device on your PC. You can find some drivers on this page.

Download Android Drivers

After you have prepared your device and PC, follow these steps to use Bin4ry V30:

  1. Connect your device to your PC via USB cable.
  2. Extract the Root_with_Restore_by_Bin4ry_v30.zip file to any convenient location on your PC.
  3. Double click the RunMe.bat file (Windows user) or run ./Runme.sh file (Linux user) in the extracted folder.
  4. A command prompt window will open. Follow the instructions on the screen and select the correct mode for your device. Normally, you should choose option 1 (Normal mode) for most devices, option 2 (Special mode) for Sony Tablet and similar devices, and option 3 (Mode 3) for Xperia phones with Jelly Bean firmware.
  5. The rooting process will start and your device will reboot several times. Do not disconnect your device or close the command prompt window until the process is finished.
  6. When the rooting process is done, you will see a message saying “Have fun with your rooted Device” on the command prompt window. You can close it now.
  7. To check if your device is rooted or not, you can download HowToRoot app from Google Play Store and tap on the padlock icon in the top-right corner of the screen. It will show you a message saying “Your device has root access” or “Your device does not have root access”.

Download HowToRoot App

Disclaimer


How to Use Bin4ry V30?

Rooting your device may void your warranty and may cause damage to your device if not done properly. We are not responsible for any damages caused directly or indirectly by using Bin4ry V30. You should root your device at your own risk and follow the instructions carefully. If you have any questions or need support, you can visit the official thread of Bin4ry V30 at XDA Developers’ forum.

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