How To Root Android with KingRoot APK

Android rooting is a task that most of the people are not willing to venture into. However, android rooting comes with a lot of benefits. The users will gain a lot of administrative privileges in their android devices. This will boost your device performance. Moreover, you will be able to run special applications after rooting your phone. Furthermore, you can transfer any application from the internal memory to the SD card. Rooting an android phone can be a daunting task for many people. Here a step-by-step guide on how to root your android phone using Kingroot APK.

Step 1: Before starting the rooting process, ensure that you have at least 60% of battery remaining in your device. Moreover, all antivirus applications should be uninstalled because they can interfere with the rooting process.

Step 2: After this, you should allow the installation of applications from the unknown sources in your device. To accomplish this, follow this path: Settings :> Security :> Device Administration :> Unknown sources.

Step 3: The next step is to download the KingRoot APK on your android device. However, you may get some warning message in the process. All you need to do is to ignore the message and continue with the download.

Step 4: Once you have downloaded the app, install the application by clicking on the kingRoot APK. This will automatically install the KingRoot APK on your android device.

Step 5: Open the application once the kingRoot APK is installed on your android device. In this case, you will get “Root access is Unavailable” message. Ignore this and click on the “Try to Root” icon on the bottom of the page. Once you have clicked this blue button, the rooting procedure will begin.

Step 6: The circle progress bar will pop up on your android device during the rooting process. Just give it some time to allow completion of the process.

Step 7: Once the process is over, you will see a green tick with a “Root Successfully” message.

Step 8: To complete the process, restart your android device. This is done to ensure that the KingRoot APK is installed correctly.

At this point, you have successfully accomplished the rooting of your android with Kingroot APK. You can now use the Root Checker App on the Google Play store to see the root privileges of your android device. However, it is important to note that rooting an android phone can void the warranty of your device. Therefore, you will not claim the warranty until you unroot your android device.

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