Friday, 6 November 2015

How to Root Android with Kingo Android Root

Android users who had the experience with their devices will stick by saying that the most efficient way to get the most out of your device is to root it. With the Rooting, you can unlock the OS so as to install unapproved (by Google) apps, update the OS, replace the firmware, overclock (or underclock) the processor, and customize anything.

Rooting however is a complicated process for normal users, and the traditional methods of rooting you device in involved with several procedures and usage of a command prompt. But worry not, as there are one-click root solutions that can solve your issue. Users can enable a few settings on  their devices and plug the phone into the PC, before running the tool.

Ensure you get everything right before including
the Powered ON device with at least 50% battery, Internet Connection, USB cable (the original one of the device)

Follow the steps to Root Android Device.

1.Download and Install the Kingo Android Root. As informed earlier Kingo offers the one-click Android root software for free.

2. Click on the desktop icon of Kingo Android Root and then launch it, which will display an interface.

3. Plug the Android device to your PC with the original USB Cable. Kingo will automatically install the device driver if it is not installed. Ensure you have the internet connection, so that the so that device driver can be downloaded. Windows 8 users are required to change some settings first as running Kingo Android Root on Windows 8, may at times get the issue of installation looping.

4. Activate the USB Debugging mode on your Android device, as it is a required step for the Android rooting process. Checkmark the "Always allow from this computer" box on the prompt.

5. Follow the notifications for rooting your device, as they may involve some risks. The rooting process will allow you full access and and thus resulting in the ability to alter or replace system applications and settings, run specialized app and remove and replace the device’s OS with customized one.

6. Click on Root to Root the Android device.

The rooting process via Kingo Android Root will probably take a couple of minutes. The device device may be rebooted several times, but worry not, as it is quite routine and once the process begins, Do Not  touch, move, unplug or perform any operation on your device.

7. Click Finish after you get the message Root succeeded to reboot your device. Do not operate until it is finished.

8. You can now check the root status of your device and you may find the SuperSU installed on your device after successful rooting.

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