Rooting Your Android Phone With (Kingroot)




Rooting your Android phone gives you greater access to its operating system, allowing a higher level of customizability. Since there is so much variety in Android phones, there is no single rooting method that will work for every phone or version of Android. To get started, you will need to download the appropriate rooting software for your phone model (KINGROOT)


  • Backup your data
  • Make sure you phone is full charged
  • Know your android version (Settings -> About Device -> Software info -> Android version.)
  • Disable security software
  •  Restore your firmware to default
  • Learn the rooting process
  • Learn how to enter recovery mode ( Press the Power button + Volume Up + Home button simultaneously.)

Get Your Android Rooted with KingRoot on PC

Step 1. Launch the program – KingRoot after installing it.

Step 2. Connect your Android smartphone to PC with USB cable. When it asks you to set up debugging mode, please follow the guide. Otherwise, the connecting would fail.

Step 3. As it is successful to get connected, the program will detect your phone to check whether it is supported.

Step 4. If your phone/tablet has not been rooted yet, just click “Start to Root” and the process will get started.

Step 5. In this process, your mobile will restart itself, which is normal. As there is a signal called “Successfully Gained Root” on the screen, your device is rooted.


 Steps to Root Android Device with KingRoot App

Step 1. Run KingRoot on Android

Install KingRoot on your Android phone. Tap the icon of KingRoot. This will start the app. And you will have the interface as below. If your phone is unrooted, you can see the prompt saying that “Root access is unavailable”. Then click the button “START ROOT”.

Step 2. Root Android with KingRoot

When rooting, you can view the progress. When it is done, you will see the big green tick icon. After that, you can remove apps, purify system, etc. with this app.


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