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How To Root Any Android Device in Seconds with KingRoot

Root Any Android Device in Seconds with KingRoot
Written by Hassan Abbas

There are many methods (and reasons) to root our Android device, but not all are within the reach of the average user as evidenced by those long and cumbersome tutorials that we can find in the forums of XDA-Developers. Towelroot was one of the preferred applications to root since its operation was limited to pressing a button and wait a few seconds. The Chinese utility Kingroot follows this trail, offering us a simple and fully automated process compatible with a large number of devices, with the incentive that after its latest update to version 4.0 is able to root even taking Android Lollipop.

Things to keep in mind

The most important and we do not tire of repeating: if you are going to root your device make sure you understand what it is and what advantages (and disadvantages) you can have. It is very good that you can do things like install custom ROMs, access Android updates much earlier or have access to tools that require superuser permissions, but if you have lost the nomenclature so far in a paragraph, forget about the process. Every smartphone is a world, and recovery systems differ from one model to another, not to mention the remote (but feasible) possibility that the process is blocked in half and we have to perform a factory restoration, so make sure to have a backup of your information.

Root Any Android Device in Seconds with KingRoot

As for its functionality, in principle, it is capable of rooting almost any version of Android. According to the website, it is swallowed from 2.X to 5.1. Regarding the supported models, it is very complicated to give a specific list, since by browsing through the network, same users with the same smartphone and the same version of the operating system have different results. Luckily, the tool itself is responsible for informing us of the efficiency of the process before doing it as we will see below.

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Download KingRoot Apk

Download KingRoot Apk

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Install KingRoot Apk

Step 1: Download KingRoot Apk from above.

Step 2: Copy it to your device.

Step 3: Go where you have copied it and tap on it

Step 4: Install it

  1. Choose Install > Settings > Unknown Sources, if you are installing for the first time.
  2. Choose Install only if you have already enabled the Unknown sources.

Step 5: Enjoy!

How Kingroot works

From the outset, Kingroot is an application that takes advantage of vulnerabilities in Android to apply root, so many antiviruses can consider it as malware in the same way that it can be a keygen or patch, with the difference that root app our device is completely legal. Therefore, when we try to install the APK, the system will warn us that it is a harmful file even if for practical purposes it is not.

Once installed, we will come across a screen in perfect Chinese in which we will be offered valuable information in order to proceed to root. These are the data.

  • (Bottom left) A rating on three stars with the estimated success rate when rooting on our Android model.
  • (Bottom in the center) The estimated time it will take the process broken down into minutes and seconds.
  • (Bottom right) The number of times the device has been successfully rooted with the Android version and device on which the application is running.
  • (Bottom of all) A blue button that when pressed will start the rooting process.

In the following screen, we will see a percentage of progress that indicates the status of root progress. At the bottom, a phrase warns us that it is normal for the device to restart.

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After installation

The best method to check if we have done the process correctly is installing the Root Checker application, which will check if our device is already root. On the other hand, it is more than advisable to install a permission management tool such as SuperSU that will allow us to limit the access that external services and tools required to operate, since although the installation of the KingUser permission control application is installed automatically after installation, It will sound Chinese, literally. Taking into account that now we will be more ‘unprotected’, it is good to have the application installed so that we are asked when an application tries to do something weird with the permissions.

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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