A new and easy one-click-root technique is now available for almost any android phone or tablet without the need of a Computer. The root is available in app form for a much simpler way to root your Android device. Kingroot currently supports phones with Android versions from 2.0 to 5.0 . This is one of the easiest and fastest rooting methods.
Rooting an Android phone helps unlocks the many restrictions and unleash the full performance of a phone. You may want to remove the extra “bloatware” apps, giving you more control of what is installed on your personal device. The app store features many cool apps that are designed specifically for rooted devices only like the maintenance and customization app. You can use your rooted phone to enjoy custom roms with the latest version of android and many exciting features much before its is officially available on your phone.
Kingroot is a powerful one-click Android root tool that has the highest chance of rooting almost all Android devices running on the bygone Gingerbread, Jelly Bean, KitKat to the latest tasty Android Lollipop.
Before We Begin:
- You must to turn on USB Debugging and Enable OEM Unlock. A lot of the times people report failure to root is because they forget to turn on USB Debugging in the Developer Options.
- You also need to be connected to the Internet because the exploit for your phone has to be downloaded from their servers. If you forget to connect to the Internet, it will remind you.
- You may have to run KingRoot more than once to get it to root your phone. Once I had to run it 3 times on the phone before it succeeded.
It will say that Root Access is Unavailable but, just click the “try to root” button and let it do its thing and you’ll be rooted.
Remember that rooting your device voids your warranty!!
If you was one of those who root their devices by using KingRoot method and would like to remove Kinguser and related files, you can replace Kinguser with the well known SuperSU. See how to replace Kinguser with SuperSU.