Saturday, 14 February 2015

KingRoot – Easily Root almost any Android based device, No PC Required! [GUIDE]

Are you still looking for ways to root your Samsung devices or other android devices? I think it is time to look no more because we now got you covered on that.
The last time we posted about rooting android devices such as FramarootTowel RootRoot  Genius & Kingo Android Root, some of you were able to root yours successfully with the methods offered there, while some complained that their device is still a hook in their neck.
Now, with this KingRoot Chinese version, you should be able to root your Samsung, Snapdragon, Mediatek and almost any android devices easily and even without the use of PC.
Ok, it is time to speak some little bit of Chinese since we are rooting with Chinese version. To root almost any android devices, follow the simple steps below;
How to use KingRoot to root any Android Device ?
IMPORTANT: Before you proceed, please do backup your important data first. If you have HTC or SONY device with LOCKED Bootloader, then UNLOCKED it 1st with this tools:
Preparations :
  1. Make sure your device has at least 50% battery level.
  2. Backup all phone data including contacts, messages, applications, etc.
  3. Make sure your phone has internet access throughout the timeless rooting process
Step 1: Download KingRoot APK (link provided below), in your android devices
Step 2: Go to Settings > Security > and check “Unknown Sources” ON to allow us to install third-party apps.
Step 3: Install and Launch the downloaded Kingroot app and you should see the large green circle with some Chinese inscriptions on it together with “Root” all centralized, as can be seen in the image below;
Step 4: Tap on the big green circle to commence the rooting process.
Step 5: Then wait as your device is being rooted (Make sure your internet is ON).
Step 6: Next, the moment you see a white tick on the green circle, just know that rooting has been completed. It will also have a blue bar beneath it. Tap on it and you will see KingUser application!
Step 7: Next, reboot your device to make it more stable. (do it although it is not required)
Step 8: You can now check your device menu and you should see KingUser app installed which now gives you root access and an indication that your device was successfully rooted. This application is like a SuperSU Root Management.
Step 9: Hurray! Your phone has just been rooted. What a timeless process!

How to UNROOT?
1. Open KingUser
2. Go To Settings And Choose Remove Root Permission.
3. A popup will appear. Select Clear.
4. Now Restart your Phone.
5. Congratulations, Your Phone Is UNROOTED Now :-)
Note: You can also verify that your device is successfully rooted or not by Root Checker Application.


Rooting still failed ? Try any of this tools:

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