Android is becoming one of the most popular OS for devices because of its Open source. Stock Android phone comes with lots of Pre-installed Apps which are not used by most of the users. Each of this Pre-installed App eats up your RAM, CPU & Battery in background, indirectly slowing up your device performance. One of the main reason for Rooting is to uninstall this Apps & Customizations. Before Proceeding make sure you know about What is Rooting?, What are the advantages and disadvantages of Rooting & it voids your smartphone’s warranty.
If you are rooting your phone using this guide then you are responsible for anything you do to your device.Success with this application void’s warranty of your device.
Precaution Before Proceeding:
Apps to Root your Android device:
1. Kingroot :
Kingroot is another Android one click App to get easy root access with pretty good success rate. KingRoot is an amazing tool for “lazy people” who just want to get root access but don’t want to flash any third party Recovery into their lovely device. It is one of the most famous root tool in China. They have their own App (Kingroot) to handle root permissions. It doesn’t have an English translated App.
Download : Kingroot App.
1. Download the app and install it normally. If its shows some security error, Goto Settings > Security > Select Allow unknown sources.
2. Launch the App & click on ‘Try to ROOT’ to start rooting, follow the on screen messages. This will start rooting your device, hold on till it shows Rooted Successfully.
3. If this App fails to Root your device then You can close Super Root Android. This will cause no harm to your device.