Kingo Android Root is a real one-click tool which allows you to root your android device in the easiest method. Rooting your device enables you the following: Installation of Custom ROM and Recovery, Using different themes & fonts, moving apps to external storage, increasing RAM, overclock and undervolt device, hacking many games, removing bloatware, installing root-only apps etc.
Generally, by rooting a device someone can overcome many limitations and modify it as he likes. Just need to keep in mind that rooting device voids the warranty of your device. Also, there is a risk that your device can be bricked by rooting. Learn how to recover your Windows Phone step-by-step.
Check the supported device list with Kingo Android Root here. This list is not the full list. Lots of devices are not enlisted yet. If your device is not listed, you can contact here for confirmation.
Step-by-Step rooting instruction using Kingo Android Root with Computer
Step 1: Checklist to rooting process by Kingo Android Root
- A windows pc with internet connection
- USB cable (original) to connect your device with pc
- Battery charge level required 50% minimum
Step 2: Installation of Kingo Android Root and Launching
b. After completing the download, Launch the installer file and install it just following its easy installation instruction.
c. It will create a shortcut icon on the desktop. Double-click on it to launch. It will display the interface if the application.
Step 3: Enabling USB Debugging Mode in Android Device
In this step, you have to enable USB debugging mode on your android device to connect the android device with a computer.
i. For Android 2.0 – 2.3.X follow the steps as shown in image
a. Go to your Android device and tap on “Settings” from menu
b. Tap on Applications
c. And then Tap on Development
d. Finally Tap on USB debugging
ii. For Android 3.0 – 4.1.X follow the steps as shown in image
a. Go to your Android device and find “Settings”
b. Go and Tap on the “Developers options”
c. Scroll down and Tap on “USB debugging”
iii. For Android 4.2.X and higher, Android 5.0 Lollipop also included; follow the steps as shown in image:
a. Go to your Android device and find “App Drawer”
b. Find and click on “Settings”
c. Go down by Scrolling and click on “About phone”
d. Tap on Build number