How To Use Kingroot Easily To Root Any Android Smartphone

Learn how to use kingroot in rooting almost every android device.

Rooting is the process of gaining administrative privileges over your android phone.

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For this we will be using kingroot apk to root our android device.

So the very first thing to do is click this kingroot link to download the mobile app and click this link to download PC app; then follow the instructions to correctly use it.

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How to use kingroot to root any android device


Step 1: Backup your android device: Copy your important files and data to your computer to keep them safe incase of data loss during root. Also, keep your phone battery percentage sufficient enough, 75% is good then ensure you have adequate electricity to avoid your phone going off while rooting: This can potentially lead to bricking.

Note: follow the following steps below if you have a computer (desktop or laptop)

Step 2: Root your android using PC: Start the kingroot app you downloaded for PC earlier then connect your android phone to your computer using a USB Cable. Please note that you have to enable USB debugging via your android phone settings. The application will run a scan to detect your phone model to check if your phone supports root. When that is done successfully click “start to root”. Once your device has gained root it will restart or reboot.

Note: Follow this step if you don’t have a computer (success rate is minimal)

Step 3: Root android device on smartphone: Install kingroot app for mobile (link provided above), start the app then tap the root icon to start rooting. You will have to wait for few minutes while root is in progress. When root is successful your device will reboot.

Step 4: How to check if your phone is rooted: Go to playstore and download root checker. Install and run it. Click Check root, if your phone has root it will show a green tick but if it has no root then it will show a red cross.

Conclusion

I hope this has taught you how to use kingroot to root android devices, share to friends as necessary.

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