Android rooting can produce both risks and rewards. Rooting method actually varies directly with the phone model you are using and the operating system. Despite of the irregularities among the model hardware and the other features, there have been a lot of attempts to combine and produce one single software that could handle all the different rooting methods.
For the people using Android 2.2, there are three common universal apps available for rooting. These are SuperOneClick, Z4Root and Androot. These are universal apps for the android 2.2 and are found to be working on almost all the devices supporting android 2.2 version.
The apps that we mentioned earlier don’t actually work for the Gingerbread. So, there was a need for some app which could root gingerbread devices. GingerBreak is one such tool, which is designed exclusively for the smartphones featuring Android 2.3 gingerbread version. This is a universal rooting app and work on nearly all the devices supporting android 2.3 gingerbread version.
These universal hacks works almost for all the smartphones available in the market. But it’s not sure that if it’s working for other devices then it will work for yours too. In that case read a little, and find the exact procedure that will root your device.