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How to Root Any Android Smartphone Using Kingroot

For you to Root Any Android Smartphone Using Kingroot App, Computer or PC is not needed! You can easily root your Android Smartphone without the help of a computer, PC or Desktop using Kingroot App with just one-click root.


After rooting, you will be able to get full authority over your smartphone like optimizing your phone, and its data. So lets see how to root Android phone.

Even though KingRoot rooting app/program is well known for its ability to root any Android device with just one click but there are certain prerequisites that you must need to complete to be able to achieve one-click root using KingRoot.

How To Root Android Smartphone Using Kingroot App

In this section, we will guide you on how to root Android using KingRoot app without PC. This tutorial is perfect for those who are looking for a method to root Android phone and tablet devices without a computer.
Before you proceed, your phone must have 50% of battery and above.
  • First, Enable Installation of Apps From Unknown Sources
  • Download and install kingroot application from Kingroot Official Website

  • Then you will see the rounded like ball shape telling you that "ROOT ACCESS IS UNAVAILABLE" which means you have not rooted your phone.

  • Then look down below and tap on START ROOT
  • After that, switch on your data connection as your rooting will be in progress, just wait till its done to see "ROOT successfully √".

  • Now you have successfully rooted your Android phone. If you wish to check if your device had been rooted, kindly install ROOT CHECKER to verify your ROOT.
 

How to uninstall KingRoot from Android

We have created this section specifically for those who are looking for a guide to uninstall KingRoot from Android phone and tablet devices. Removing KingRoot from your Android device is very easy and can be done in a few easy steps. Keep in mind that once you have uninstalled KingRoot app then the root access will be cleared too.

  1. On your Android device, launch the KingRoot app.
  2. Tap on the menu button located at the top-right corner.
  3. Tap on Settings.
  4. Look for an Uninstall KingRoot option; it should be under Uninstall and clear root section.
  5. A confirmation popup will appear asking you, “After unroot, you will lose root access”. Tap on Continue
  6. Another popup will appear that says, “Removing may be cause system unstable, do you want to continue?” simply uncheck the “Keep a Root Backup” checkbox and tap on OK button to proceed with the uninstallation of KingRoot.
  7. It will take a while for KingRoot to remove root and its app.
  8. Once removed, you will see a toast message that says, “Root access has been removed” (as shown in the screenshot below).

As simple as that. After uninstallation of KingRoot, in case your Android device didn’t restart automatically then you may need to manually restart your phone to make sure the KingRoot app has been removed completely.

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