Note: This root will be permanent or temporary based on the state of your bootloader. If it is locked, the root will be temporary and you will have to re-root every time you restart your device. However, if it has been unlocked, root will be permanent. You can follow this guide on XDA to unlock your bootloader.
DISCLAIMER: I’m not to be held responsible for any loss of data as a result of the malfunctioning of your HTC Amaze 4G in the following of this guide. Follow at your own risk.
Alright, so before we get down to it, we suggest you download these files beforehand so that the actual rooting process can be done quickly.
Although the process shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes to complete, be sure to ensure that your HTC Amaze 4G has enough charge to last through the rooting process. If your device runs out of battery during rooting, there is a chance that you might brick it.
Step 1: Install HTC Drivers on your computer so that One Click Perm Root can detect your HTC Amaze 4G properly.
Step 2: Connect your device to your computer through USB.
Step 3: Enable USB Debugging on your HTC Amaze 4G from Settings > Applications > Development.
Step 4: Extract Zerg_Root_OneClick.zip (which you downloaded before Step 1) to C:\ and launch ZergRushTempRoot.bat
Step 5: Your HTC Amaze 4G will now be rooted. The process will take up to 3 minutes.
Step 6: Reboot your device.