How to Root your Android device using KingRoot [Guide & Download]

Are you in search for a quick and easy method on how to root Android using KingRoot? Here we have a complete step-by-step guide to rooting Android phone and tablet devices with KingRoot within a matter of minutes. With the help of KingRoot, you can root your Android either with a computer or without a computer, so we have instructions for both methods.

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.

So to help beginners like you with rooting, we have created this step-by-step guide to root Android using KingRoot app and software, which means you can:

  • Root your phone/tablet with PC using KingRoot software, or
  • Root your phone/tablet without PC using KingRoot Android app.

 

Guide to root Android using KingRoot app without PC

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.

IMPORTANT: Before proceeding with the tutorial given below, it is important to make sure that you have a stable Internet connection and have created a backup of all your important data stored on your Android device, as there is always a risk of data loss with rooting. Also, make sure your device has at least 65% battery power remaining to avoid any unwanted interruption during the rooting process.

  1. Download KingRoot Android apk directly to the Android phone/tablet device you want to root.
  2. Once the app has been successfully downloaded, now you have to install it on your Android device.
  3. You may see an installation blocked popup (as shown in the screenshot). In the next few steps, we will guide you to bypass this blockage and allow installation of apps from unknown sources on your Android device. Or, you can simply tap the Settings button, if the option is given.3 - KingRoot Installation Blocked
  4. Go to Settings -> Security -> Enable Unknown sources toggle switch.
  5. You can now continue with the installation of KingRoot app on your Android device.How to root Android using KingRoot
  6. Tap on the KingRoot app icon to launch the app and you will be greeted with the screen that says, “Root access not available”. Simply tap on Get now button to begin the rooting process.
  7. KingRoot will now scan your device and look for a possible rooting method on the servers that is suitable for your Android device. The process will take a while to complete, depending on your Internet connection speed and your Android phone model.How to root Android with KingRoot
  8. Once rooting has been completed, go to Google Play Store then search for RootChecker app and download it on your device. It will help you check if your Android phone/tablet device is successfully rooted or not.

 

How to root Android using KingRoot software on PC

If you have an access to your Windows-based computer/PC then this section will help you to root your Android devices with KingRoot software on PC. This tutorial might require you to have an original USB data cable for your Android device.

IMPORTANT: Before proceeding with the tutorial given below, it is important to make sure that you have a stable Internet connection and have created a backup of all your important data stored on your Android device, as there is always a risk of data loss with rooting. Also, make sure your device has at least 65% battery power remaining to avoid any unwanted interruption during the rooting process.

  1. Download KingRoot for Windows computer from here.
  2. Once the KingRoot software has been successfully downloaded, now you have to install it on your PC by following the setup instructions.
  3. Run KingRoot on your computer and connect your Android device to PC via USB cable. It is important to make sure that the connection between your device and computer is steady.Root Android with KingRoot on PC
  4. Once the connection has been established successfully, KingRoot program will automatically check for the latest driver for your Android device. In case the driver is not installed then KingRoot will download and install the required driver for your connected Android device.
  5. Now you need to enable USB debugging on your Android device so that KingRoot can detect your phone. To do so, please follow these 6 simple steps on your Android device:
    1. Go to Settings,
    2. Tap on About phone,
    3. Find Build number and tap on it 7 times.
    4. Go back to Settings,
    5. Now tap on Developer Options,
    6. In the list, find and enable USB debugging.
  6. When you enable USB debugging on your phone, KingRoot will detect your device and then the name of your device and root status will appear on your computer screen.
  7. Click on the ROOT button to begin the rooting process. Now you need to be patient as the rooting process will take several minutes. The total processing time depends on your Internet connection and Android device model.
  8. This is the part where you will find if the KingRoot software managed to root your Android device. If the root is successful, KingRoot will show you your device status as root.
  9. Once rooting has been completed, go to Google Play Store then search for RootChecker app and download it on your device. This app will help you check if your Android phone/tablet device is successfully rooted or not.

Now that you have successfully gained root access on your Android device, to help you taste the benefits of root and unleash the true potential of your smartphone we will recommend you to check out our list of 25 best apps for rooted Android phones and tablet devices.

 

How to uninstall/remove 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.

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  1. On your Android device, launch the KingRoot app.
  2. Tap on the menu button located at the top-right corner.
    2 - Launch KingRoot Android
  3. Tap on Settings.
    3 - KingRoot settings menu
  4. Look for an Uninstall KingRoot option; it should be under Uninstall and clear root section.
    4 - Uninstall and clear root KingRoot
  5. A confirmation popup will appear asking you, “After unroot, you will lose root access”. Tap on Continue
    5 - KingRoot uninstall prompt
  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.
    6 - Uninstall KingRoot prompt
  7. It will take a while for KingRoot to remove root and its app.
    7 - Remove KingRoot root from Android
  8. Once removed, you will see a toast message that says, “Root access has been removed” (as shown in the screenshot below).
    8 - KingRoot root access removed

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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