Kingroot Application is a very powerful tool that allows you to root your Android Device in a click.
One Tap Root:
KingRoot allows you to root your Android Device in a click. Simply, Download and install the application on your device> Open > Tap on Big Green Root Button > Rooted.
Comes as APK Application:
KingRoot is a APK Application and it doesnt need any computer to get rooted. Simply Download the App and install it like you do with other Android Apps.
Your Android Device should have atleast 20percent of device battery or more to begin the root process.
How to use KingRoot to root any Android DeviceDevice
Step 1: On your Android Device, Open Settings > Security > Device Administration > Unknown Source (tick to enable it).
Step 2: Download and install KingRoot APK on your AndroidDevice.
Step 3: Once Installation is completed, you will be able to see icon in the Launcher Menu:
Step 4: Tap on the KingRoot Icon to Open it. Once KingRootApplication is launched you will be able to see the followingscreen:
Step 5: Now, Tap on theStart Root Button to begin the rootprocess.
Step 6: Now, KingRoot will start the rooting process.
Step 7: Within a minute or two you will be able to see the Big Green Tick, which signifies that your device is rooted successfully.
Step 8: Restart your Android Device.
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Rooting an Android phone… What Does it Mean?
Well, rooting an Android phone simply means to gainadministrative privileges(or root access if you are from a Linux background) on the system. When you buy a new Android phone, you are just a guest user on the phone. You can use the phone, just as a guest would use Windows, but you will not be able to make any changes to the system files.s
However, after you have a root access over your phone, you couldbrowse your Android root folderand make any changes to the system files on your phone. And that’d mean the ability to make all kinds of changes and install more powerful apps that you can’t use on a non-rooted phone.
We will now be talking about both merits and demerits associated with rooting an Android phone. Let us start with the brighter side: the benefits.
Disadvantages of Rooting Your Android
So, let’s take a look at the demerits of rooting your Android.
Your Phone Might Get Bricked
Not to demotivate you here, but when I tried to root my first Android phone – Samsung Galaxy S –I bricked it and it was in the service center for next 15 to 20 days. No matter how good a rooting tutorial is, it’s a daunting task and if you miss out any step orflasha corrupt zip file (that’s what happened to me) you might end up with a bricked (broken) phone.
Now assuming that you are not a power user, you will have to go to your phone manufacturer’s service center and get your phone fixed. Moreover,if they come to know that the brick or semi-brick has caused because you were trying to root your phone, you might as well be charged for it.You End up Voiding Phone’s Warranty
As soon as you root your phone, you void your phone’s warranty and if anything happens to your phone even when it’s in the warranty period, the company is going to charge you for the repairs. In some of the phones, you can un-root your phone, but in most of the phones there’s is no going back
So, you’ve been acquainted and warned. If you think that rooting the phone to run special applications and custom ROM is worth is, go ahead. If you think it’s not worth the hassle, stay put. At the end of the day, it’s depends on your usage and what you want your phone to do for you.Of course, proceeding with caution no matter how great an expert you think you are is always advisable.