1. mostasim tahmid's Avatar
    I failed to root my moto g3.it is updated to marshmallow.I have used kingroot kingoroot oneroot etc
    09-12-2016 05:18 PM
  2. acejavelin's Avatar
    To be honest, your lucky you haven't bricked your phone... Moto G3 is known to brick using one-click root tools, it must be rooted manually using the systemless method.

    Unlock bootloader via Moto's website
    Flash/Boot TWRP
    Go to Advanced - Terminal and enter 'echo SYSTEMLESS=true>>/data/.supersu" and press enter
    Flash latest stable SuperSU in TWRP

    That is all there is to it.
    mostasim tahmid likes this.
    09-12-2016 08:28 PM
  3. mostasim tahmid's Avatar
    Thanks bro for your kind information
    09-13-2016 04:55 AM
  4. mostasim tahmid's Avatar
    To be honest, your lucky you haven't bricked your phone... Moto G3 is known to brick using one-click root tools, it must be rooted manually using the systemless method.

    Unlock bootloader via Moto's website
    Flash/Boot TWRP
    Go to Advanced - Terminal and enter 'echo SYSTEMLESS=true>>/data/.supersu" and press enter
    Flash latest stable SuperSU in TWRP

    That is all there is to it.
    Can i do this without pc bro?and how...any video tutorial?
    09-13-2016 04:58 AM
  5. acejavelin's Avatar
    Can i do this without pc bro?and how...any video tutorial?
    There is no way to root without a PC. I don't know about any video tutorials, but here is some places to start...

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/2015...model-t3448572
    Golfdriver97 likes this.
    09-13-2016 06:55 AM
  6. mostasim tahmid's Avatar
    There is no way to root without a PC. I don't know about any video tutorials, but here is some places to start...

    [GUIDE][osprey][merlin]How to root ANY Moto … | Moto G 2015
    Many many thanks brother
    09-13-2016 09:11 AM
  7. paininthenuts's Avatar
    I have to ask this, as I am no geek. Why the hell would you want to root your phone ?
    09-13-2016 11:46 AM
  8. acejavelin's Avatar
    I have to ask this, as I am no geek. Why the hell would you want to root your phone ?
    "rooting" means to add the app su (Switch User) to your phone, allowing superuser access to the device, meaning you (or apps) can see and potentially make changes to the system that are not normally possible.

    Some common things are:

    Modify the system is ways that are not normally possible like using Xposed Framework
    Remove ads with AdAway or AdBlock Plus
    Simple reboots with apps like Quick Reboot
    Uninstall system apps with System App Remover
    Do complete backups and restores (including apps and settings, system stuff, etc) with Titanium Backup
    Put apps to "sleep" with apps like Greenify to help battery life
    Recover data with stuff like Dumpster
    Flash mods to the system with Flashify
    Move apps to the SD card when it's external storage with Link2SD
    Manage background services with Servicely
    Improve audio quality and volume with Viper4Android
    Monitor REAL battery usage with GSAM Battery Monitor and it's Root Companion

    Not to mention being able to do things more specific to the Moto G 2015, like enable Miracast, modify the DSP amplifier profiles for more volume, separate the merged volumes, disable the ramp-up volume for ringing calls, etc. And these are just a handful of possibilities, Google will find hundreds or thousands of things can only be done with root access.

    One of the pre-requisits on this device for root is to unlock the bootloader... That alone can give you the ability to make a nandroid backup with custom recovery (basically a snapshot of the phone's current state), flash custom ROMs and mods, and other things. At the cost of your warranty.

    But root access can also cause damage, for example, if you inadvertently modify a file in the system it cannot be restored with a simple factory default... You need to reflash the partition images or restore a backup. With great power comes great responsibility.
    09-13-2016 01:19 PM
  9. paininthenuts's Avatar
    "rooting" means to add the app su (Switch User) to your phone, allowing superuser access to the device, meaning you (or apps) can see and potentially make changes to the system that are not normally possible.

    Some common things are:

    Modify the system is ways that are not normally possible like using Xposed Framework
    Remove ads with AdAway or AdBlock Plus
    Simple reboots with apps like Quick Reboot
    Uninstall system apps with System App Remover
    Do complete backups and restores (including apps and settings, system stuff, etc) with Titanium Backup
    Put apps to "sleep" with apps like Greenify to help battery life
    Recover data with stuff like Dumpster
    Flash mods to the system with Flashify
    Move apps to the SD card when it's external storage with Link2SD
    Manage background services with Servicely
    Improve audio quality and volume with Viper4Android
    Monitor REAL battery usage with GSAM Battery Monitor and it's Root Companion

    Not to mention being able to do things more specific to the Moto G 2015, like enable Miracast, modify the DSP amplifier profiles for more volume, separate the merged volumes, disable the ramp-up volume for ringing calls, etc. And these are just a handful of possibilities, Google will find hundreds or thousands of things can only be done with root access.

    One of the pre-requisits on this device for root is to unlock the bootloader... That alone can give you the ability to make a nandroid backup with custom recovery (basically a snapshot of the phone's current state), flash custom ROMs and mods, and other things. At the cost of your warranty.

    But root access can also cause damage, for example, if you inadvertently modify a file in the system it cannot be restored with a simple factory default... You need to reflash the partition images or restore a backup. With great power comes great responsibility.
    Ummm, but can you still make calls, send text messages, look at your photos, browse the internet, and watch the odd video, because I really can't see why anyone would want to do anything else with a phone.
    09-13-2016 02:34 PM
  10. acejavelin's Avatar
    Ummm, but can you still make calls, send text messages, look at your photos, browse the internet, and watch the odd video, because I really can't see why anyone would want to do anything else with a phone.
    Therefore rooting is not for you, as it isn't for the majority of people... It's similar to modifying your car, for most people just the way you buy it is fine, for others they do anything from a replacing the wheels and tires to making it a race ready machine, but regardless they all will get you back and forth from work.

    Because you don't see rooting as beneficial doesn't mean others don't.

    Either way, it's whatever works for you.
    mostasim tahmid likes this.
    09-13-2016 02:39 PM

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