How to Root any Android Phone using Kingroot

Android Root

You probably must have heard about Android root before and might have a few questions.

What does Android root mean?

It's the authorization that gives you full control over your phone. Some third party app like Link2sd, ES File Explorer requires root permission to use its full functions.

Does root access void your warranty?

Yes, your warranty will become void when you enable root access but you can always get your warranty back by simply unrooting.

How can I root my Android phone?

To root your Android device, follow these steps:

  • Download and install the latest version of Kingroot from here
  • Launch the app and allow to verify if your phone already has root access.
  • Kingroot
  • If it has no root access, you'll get a prompt to start root. Select and wait for the process to complete.
  • Start rooting with kingroot
  • Your phone may reboot to complete the process.
  • Kingroot

Take note you must have an internet connection for the process to complete.
How to Root any Android Phone using Kingroot How to Root any Android Phone using Kingroot Reviewed by Kadiri Jude Jhay on May 23, 2017 Rating: 5

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