Android rooting is the process that allows Android users to access the deeply hidden system files of the Android operating system. All the smartphones come with software restrictions and users are not allowed to access these files. Actually, it is not necessary for Android users to access the system files of Android unless they have an intention to modify their devices.
Technically, the Android mobile operating system consists of several partitions and each partition stands alone. The system partition is the most important partition in the Android as it holds all the files related to the Android framework. If you want to do get permission to access the system partition "Android Rooting" is the method. You can use either a one-click rooting tool or fast boot command through the computer to root your device
One-Click Rooting Tools
One-click rooting tools are designed by Android developers and hackers using the security holes in the Android kernel. They exploit the available Andriod vulnerabilities and place the Su binary in the root folder in system partition where system files are saved. Su binary file is responsible to inform to the user when an app asks permission to access the root file. One-click rooting tools are very simple and easy to use. But you need to select the most suitable app for y our device. Kingoroot, Oneclickroot, RootKHP are some of the most popular one-click rooting tools.
PC Rooting Method
You can also use the PC method to root your Android smartphone. Although it is not as easy as using a one-click-rooting tool, the method has a higher success rate. In here we download Su binary files and placed it in system partition using fastboot commands through a PC. Fastboot tool is a diagnostic tool and itis used to modify the Android smartphones by sending commands through a PC. If you are not aware of fastboot and fastboot commands, you can learn about at XDA developers easily. If you hope to root your device using PC method you must have a sound knowledge about fastboot commands. But Samsung users can use Samsung Odin (The official flashing utility for Samsung Galaxy devices) to root their devices without using fastboot command ad Odin itself flashing the relevant root package when a device is in stock recovery mode. If you are using Galaxy device check https://odindownload.com/root-android for more details
I hope now you are aware of Android rooting and you must have gained the basic Android rooting principles. Make sure to unlock the device bootloader before rooting your device