KingoRoot is a one-click root app that roots almost any Android phone easily. It’s an automated application that roots your device with one-click. Rooting your device with KingoRoot is one of the safest ways. You won’t lose any of your data during rooting on KingoRoot. Here we will guide you on how to root any Android device using KingoRoot.
How to Root Any Android Device using KingoRoot
Charge your Android device up to 30% and more and start the process.
Step 1: Open your Android device and go to Settings > About Phone. Then tap 7 times on Build Number option. Go back to Settings and go into Developer mood option. Then turn on the USB Debugging option.
Step 2: Download the latest version of KingoRoot on your computer device.
Step 3: Then run the setup file from the downloaded folder.
Step 4: Now open KingoRoot on your computer. Then connect your device to the computer via USB cable.
Step 2: KingoRoot will detect your device and start installing necessary drivers. Wait to finish the download process.
Step 3: Finally, click on the ROOT button to start rooting your device.
Step 4: Wait patiently and you would get the ‘ROOT SUCCEED’ message.
Now open your device and you will see new SuperUser app. You can manage root access on your using the SuperUser app. However, If you want to check your device’s root status, download Root Checker(Root Status) app on your device.
Readme before leave:
- You should use the latest version of KingoRoot to avoid errors. To check for the latest version of KingoRoot here.
- KingoRoot doesn’t remove any data from your device. So, you don’t need to backup your data.
- The rooting process might cause warranty violation. You can get back by undo it.
- As an alternative, you can use Root Genius application.