Towelroot is the future when it comes to rooting Android smartphones. Towelroot makes the rooting process a lot easier. Before you had to download different files on your computer, install a dedicated program, connect your computer to your phone and then root it.
Towelroot makes it possible to root your Android smartphone without even having to use a computer thanks to an exploit developers have recently found. The creators of Toweroot claim that this method can root all modern Android smartphones. However there are a few unsupported devices that normally cannot be rooted with Towelroot and every time you try to do so you get the following warning: This phone isn’t currently supported by Towelroot.
The problem is with the modstrings which modify the exploit parameters in order to root different Android devices. If current modstrings don’t support your device, you can easily manually change them and make your phone compatible with Towelroot.
If your phone isn’t supported, when you open Towelroot and press the “Make it rain” button it says that the phone isn’t currently compatible. To change the modstrings, open the Towelroot application and tap three times “Welcome to Towelroot v3” sign. This will open a white box under “Make it rain button” where you have to type one of the following codes.
Code 1. 1337 0 1 0 4 0
Code 2. 1337 0 1 7380 4 0
Code 3. 1337 0 1 0 4 1
The first code is the standard one and should work for most of the devices. If the app says your phone isn’t supported, type the first number and then press the root button. If the first code doesn’t work and you have a Samsung Galaxy device, try the second number.
The second code should work with almost all new Samsung Galaxy devices. Again, type the number and press the root button. The third code is universal. It can root any modern Android device but it is a temporary root. So you will lose root access when you reboot your phone again.