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Aiseesoft FoneLab for Android 3.1.36 Pre-Activated Repack (& Portable) by Try...

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Aiseesoft FoneLab for Android 3.1.36 Pre-Activated Repack (& Portable) by TryRooM

Russian, English and others
System requirements:
Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
Intel/AMD 1 GHz or more
1 GB RAM or more
200 MB free space or more
Android 2.3 and up
usb and root debugging mode

Aiseesoft FoneLab for Android is a popular tool that has become almost indispensable for Android smartphone users to control their mobile assistants using a PC. The application works with almost all content or data that a smartphone operates on: this, of course, is the mandatory synchronization of content via cable or wireless connection, managing contacts, multimedia content, SMS and MMS messages, converting video files for further viewing on a smartphone, backup or data recovery.
Key features:
Recover deleted text messages, contacts, call history from Android phones, tablets and SD cards.
Recover deleted photos, videos, music, and documents from Android phones, tablets and SD cards.
Rescuing your Android data from accidental deletion, water damage, and more.
Support for Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony, Huawei, ZTE phones, tablets, etc.
A very simple, fast and safe backup program for Android under Windows.
Support Android 5.0 and above.

Supported Files:
A photo
Call Logs
The documents

What is root?
picMany people have heard what root rights are on Android, but few have received them for fear of harming their device. They are probably partly right, because having access to the main administrator account, you automatically get not only full control over the operating system with the ability to customize your device according to your preferences, but also a loophole for uninvited guests.

So what is Root?
Root (from the English root - root; read "root"), or superuser - a special account in UNIX-like systems with an identifier (UID, User IDentifier) 0, the owner of which has the right to perform all operations without exception.

Benefits of Root
Having access to the profile of the main administrator (superuser) you get a number of features that are not available in normal operation.
First of all, getting Root makes it possible to remove standard applications imposed by device manufacturers, change themes and shortcuts, as well as launch specialized applications that significantly expand the capabilities of a smartphone (usually such applications require Root rights). In addition, it becomes possible to modify system files (Recovery image, Bootloader or images displayed at boot), run Linux executable files, install applications on a memory card or transfer program cache to it. In some cases, after OS modifications, available only after obtaining Root rights, it is even possible to achieve a small, but still increase in battery life performance.

Disadvantages of Root
Like everything else, getting Root access has its drawbacks. First of all, the device loses its warranty and in the case of "something like that", provided that you cannot roll back your "device" to the official firmware, you will have to repair it solely at your own expense.
The rooting procedure is simple - doing everything in accordance with the descriptions can achieve what you want, but if you have no experience, the potential risk remains - under unfavorable circumstances, the device may turn into an unusable "brick".
Another important drawback - opening Root privileges implies interference with system files and entails the loss of the ability to update "over the air" (install OTA updates). More precisely, the ability to update may not disappear, but the consequences of the update will be unpredictable. The most harmless of them is the loss of root privileges, but more fatal options are possible - up to getting a "brick".

Types of Root rights
There are several types of Root rights:
Full Root - permanent rights that remove the established restrictions. It is not recommended to update the operating system.
Shell Root is similar to Full Root, but without access to the system folder.
Temporary Root - temporary Root access. After rebooting the device, it disappears.

How to get root rights?
The w3bsit3-dns.com forum describes a lot of universal ways and methods for obtaining Root rights on devices running Android. Most of them involve the use of special programs and a computer. Among such programs, Universal AndRoot, Unlock Root, z4root, Revolutionary and others are well known, promising to get what you want in "two clicks". Unfortunately, not all of them are 100% capable of helping you achieve what you want, specifically for your mobile device. Moreover, such software can be defined as a virus because it makes changes to the core of the Android operating system. In this case, the antivirus is partly right - all these programs are virus exploits that penetrate the system core, and when downloading or installing them, it is recommended to disable security software.
Another way to get Root rights is to install a modified firmware on your smartphone. In this case, all the work has already been done for you by specialists, and you just have to choose the firmware that is right for your device. By the way, there you will also find various decorations and additions for your smartphone model.
It is worth noting that some phones have protection supplied by the manufacturer - NAND lock. Most often, HTC sinned this, so the owners of such devices were not lucky - NAND lock prohibits any changes to the / system partition (it will not allow writing / deleting anything to / from the / system partition, even if it is remounted for writing), because of which it is not possible to install the Superuser program in the /system folder.
In phones with NAND lock, you can still make Root, but it will not be fully functional (you can only get Shell root or Temporary Root). You can find out if your device has a NAND lock in the discussion thread for your model in the Android - Devices section.

How to check that root permissions have been obtained?
It is possible (but not required) that an application called Superuser or SuperSU appear in the list of programs.
When launching programs that require root privileges, a corresponding request will pop up
Programs that previously did not work, citing a lack of rights, are now fully functional
In the terminal emulator when you enter the su command a lattice prompt appears: #
This verification method depends on the method of obtaining root rights (for example, when using Universal Androot, this verification method is not acceptable). In a terminal emulator, type "/system/bin/id"[Enter]. If in response you get "uid=0(root) gid=0(root)", then you have achieved what you wanted.

Now you know why you need to get Root rights in the Android operating system. Some users believe that Root is necessary, while others live quite well without it. To perform this procedure or not is up to you, just do not forget about the guarantee and everything will be fine.

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RePack features:
Type: installation, unpacking (Portable by TryRooM).
Languages: multi, Russian by TryRooM
Treatment: carried out [RadiXX11]

Command line switches:

Silent unpacking: /VERYSILENT /Р
Silent installation in Russian: /VERYSILENT /I /RU
Silent installation in English: /VERYSILENT /I /EN
Do not create desktop shortcut: /ND
Do not create a shortcut in the start menu: /NS
Selecting the installation location: /D=PATH

Key /D=PATH must be the latest
For example: install_file.exe /VERYSILENT /I /D=C:\MyProgram

Important: USB debugging must be enabled before connecting your Android device to your computer. The process for enabling debugging may vary slightly depending on the version of Android, but it's easy to google for "enable USB debugging (smartphone model or Android version)".


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