Rooting Kimdecent's T21 PC-on-a-stick
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Rooting Kimdecent's T21 PC-on-a-stick

The $49 T21 PC-on-a-stick is powered by a Nufront NS115 dual-core cortex A9 processor paired with a dual-core Mali-400 GPU.

The device runs Android Jelly Bean (4.1.1) and features 1 GB of system memory, WiFi, one USB host port, one micro USB and HDMI out (up to 1080p).

Rooting Kimdecent's T21 PC-on-a-stick

The 1.2 GHz T21 also offers support for multiple audio and video formats, including 3GP, MPEG4, AVI, RMVB, MKV, FLV, H.264, MVC, SVC, MPEG-2/4, DivX, VC-1, RealVideo, AVS, VP8(WebM, WebP), Sorenson, MJPEG, MVC, AAC+, WMA, MP3 and MPEG.

The T21 PC-on-a-stick may be versatile enough as it, but the folks at Androidpc.es have found a way of making a good thing even better.

Yes, the T21 can be rooted if you follow the instructions below.

* First, Download Moborobo and install it.
* Windows 8 isn't all that pleased with unsigned drivers, so follow these instructions if running the OS.
* Download ROOT-T21 and uncompress it.
* Make sure USB Debugging is enabled in your mini PC (Settings –> Developer Options).
* Install Moborobo Daemon from Google Play.
* Start Moborobo on your PC.
* Execute ROOT_T21_GV-21_V01.bat inside ROOT-21 folder and follow the instructions.
* Moborobo needs to reconnect with T21 via Wi-Fi when the ROOT programs requires it.
* Once the procedure is complete, you can download and install SuperSU, as well as the latest version of Busybox.

As CNX-Software point out, the above-mentioned instructions may also work for a number of other Nufront NS115 Android devices, including tablets such as Acho C905t.

As always, make sure you have a readily available version of the latest firmware ready to go, just in case something goes wrong with the roo.