You’re a new iPhone user.
You’ve probably tried the new iPhone and are starting to like the new features it brings.
You’re probably getting ready to upgrade to a newer model of iPhone.
Then, suddenly, the phone suddenly stops working.
How do you get it working again?
Or, maybe, it stops working entirely.
The old, stock, rooted, and rooted-for-iOS version of the iPhone.
You have to root the iPhone, but this will take some time.
The old version has a built-in updater for the OS.
The new version has an updater that’s not installed on the device, so you’ll have to get the phone from Apple and install it yourself.
But how do you root an iPhone?
What if the phone’s still working?
You might need to get a root certificate.
How to Get One: Root the iPhone On the first time you plug in an iPhone, you’ll get a warning that says, “The iPhone is in a bootloop.”
To get around this, tap the Home button on the iPhone and then tap the More buttons.
At the bottom of the screen, tap Security.
You’ll see a list of the apps that need root.
You can install a root app by entering its name, installing it from the App Store, or by tapping the Install button in the top right corner.
The only requirement for this is that you know where your iPhone’s storage space is.
You don’t have to have a root permission to get root.
For a tutorial on how to get one, see How to Root Your iPhone.
If you want to root an older model, you need to download the official root certificate, which you can get from Apple.
The process is pretty straight-forward: If you’re not using an iPhone that’s older than 7, you can skip to Step 2.
If your iPhone is 7, and you want root, go to Step 3.
You should see an option that says “Create a Certificate.”
Enter the phone name and model, the number of bytes that your phone needs, and the password you’ll use to sign the certificate.
If everything’s OK, you should see a message that says your certificate has been created.
If not, go back to Step 1.
Next, you will need to install the official Android app for your phone.
After that, you have to go back into Settings and tap About phone.
On the About phone page, tap About phones, tap Phone software, and then the Rooted version of Android.
Scroll to the bottom and tap the Update Android system software.
You will be asked to sign into your Google account.
Tap the Verify link at the bottom.
Follow the onscreen instructions and the phone should install the new Android app.
To get a new phone, you must get a backup of the app.
Once it’s installed, you get a message saying your phone is ready to use.
Next time you use your phone, it should be rooted.