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Web address
Slogan Unleash your phone
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Registration Optional
Available in English
Alexa rank 12877[1]
Current status Online

RootzWiki is a web site for users of Android mobile phones. It is concerned with the rooting of such devices,[2][3] a subject which is important to those seeking fuller use of their devices. The site features news, a wiki and a forum.


The site was re-created in April 2011.[4] The wiki is administered by Denham Crafton.[5] Collaborators of the project include Steven Smith, Andrew Myers, Taylor Potts, Caleb Nance, Rory Holderness, Steven Richards, Stephen Bird, among others.


As of January, 2012, the RootzWiki Twitter account has more than 12 900 followers.[6]

RootzWiki has been referenced by The Verge,[7] Engadget,[8] Gizmodo,[9] International Business Times,[10] and many Android news websites, like Android Police[11] Android Authority[12] droid matters,[13] phandroid[14] Android Central,[15] Android Advice & Tutorials,[16] among others.

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  1. ^ Site Info
  2. ^ Nuñal Paul (December 26, 2011). "How to Root Your Droid X Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread". Android Authority. Retrieved January 3, 2012. "However, if you own a Motorola Droid X, you will be happy to know that you can still root your device without breaking a sweat. Some developers from RootzWiki [...]" 
  3. ^ Udalov, Alexander (December 27, 2011). "Kindle Fire Rooted Again: How To Instructions". Mobile Magazine. Retrieved January 3, 2012. "Good discussions of this procedure [...] can be found at rootzwiki." 
  4. ^ "RootzWiki:About". RootzWiki. April 11, 2011. Retrieved January 3, 2012. "RootzWIki was reborn on Aprill [sic] 09 2011." 
  5. ^ "DrMacinyasha". RootzWiki. Retrieved January 4, 2012. "Denham is also the administrator of our wiki [...] Group Super Mod [...] Name Denham Crafton" 
  6. ^ Twitter
  7. ^ Some Galaxy Nexus owners experiencing multitouch issues, software likely culprit | The Verge
  8. ^ Galaxy Nexus users reporting touchscreen trouble, lower scores in multitouch games (video) - Engadget
  9. ^ Android Hacker Tool ClockworkMod Now Has Mainstream-Friendly Touch Controls | Gizmodo UK
  10. ^ Yeginsu, Ceylan (December 8, 2011). "Galaxy Nexus on Sale in North America". International Business Times. Retrieved January 3, 2012. 
  11. ^ [Updated x2: LG Thrill] CyanogenMod Team Brings Nightlies To A Handful Of LG Devices, Adds Official CM7 Support For Samsung Epic 4G
  12. ^ Root Kindle Fire on Firmware Version 6.2.1 With Burito Root - How To
  13. ^ Root Tool now available for Transformer Prime – download viperMod Primer now |
  14. ^ Touch-Based Recovery Version of Clockwork Mod Recovery Now Available for Galaxy Nexus [Video]
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