If you are an Android lover, you would know the importance of Android rooting (or gaining root privileges in your Android device) as it will help you improve your device performance, etc. If you are a newbie to Android rooting and don’t know how to root your Android device, well, you are on the right page. Here, I have given a tutorial about how to use KingoRoot and root any android device.
You can be able to root almost all Android smartphones by following KingoRoot rooting tutorial given here and get the ability to install custom ROM firmware, custom recoveries, remove pre-installed system applications and do a lot more things.
WARNING: Rooting your Android smartphone or tablet using KingoRoot app will void its warranty, and you won’t be able to claim it back until you unroot your device.
Step 1: First, take a complete backup of your personal data on your smartphone. This step is for safety purpose.
Step 2: Then, make sure that your device has at least 50% to 60% of battery backup, as the rooting process is always a time-consuming one and if your device gets switched off in the middle of the rooting process due to lack of battery backup, it will get bricked.
Step 3: Next, enable the USB Debugging Mode in your smartphone by following this path: Settings ->Developer Options -> USB Debugging. If you can’t see the developer options in your device Settings, then enable it by following this path: Settings -> About Phone (tap on the Build Number for 5-7 times to enable it).
Step 4: Now, download USB driver for your android device and install it on your computer. By doing this, you will be able to connect your device to the computer.
After finishing all these prerequisites, you can move forward to the rooting tutorial given below.
Tutorial On How To Use KingoRoot And Root Any Android Device
Step 1: To get started, download kingoroot for windows and install it in your computer. Once the installation is completed, launch its window.
Step 2: Next, connect your smartphone to the computer using the original USB data cable. If you haven’t installed the USB driver of your device in the computer properly, Kingo Root will automatically download the required USB drivers and install them.
Step 3: After the installation of USB driver, you will get the following message: (Your Device Name) Normal Mode. Root Status: No. Now, click on the “Root” button to begin the rooting process.
Step 4: It will take one or two minutes for KingoRoot to finish the rooting process, and once it is finished, you will get the message “Root Succeeded.”
That’s it. Now you have successfully finished rooting your device. For confirmation, install Root Checker for Android in your android device and confirm your device’s root privileges.
If you encounter any issues while following this rooting tutorial, do let me know via comments.