Kingo Android ROOT, rooting with one click

Easy rooting with Kingo Android ROOT. Rooting for Android is equivalent to jailbreaking on Apple's mobile devices. It is a means of releasing the operating system so you can install unauthorized (from Google) applications, update the operating system, replace the firmware, overclock (or underclock) on the processor and more.

Of course, for the average user, rooting sounds - and can be a very difficult process. In case of error in the basic software of your smartphone, of course, you may be left without a device.

With a new Windows utility, rooting can be done with one click: The application is called Kingo Android ROOT. It's free, and it seems to work fine. You should of course check the compatibility list before proceeding with the rooting of your device.Kingo Android ROOT

Enable USB debugging on your phone. If you are running Android 4.0 or 4.1, click Settings, Developer Options, then select the "USB Troubleshooting" box.

You may need to enable "Developer Options" (On) to be able to do the above.

On Android 4.2, touch Settings, About phone, Developer options, and then select USB debugging. Then press OK.

From Android 4.3 and later go to Settings, About phone, then scroll down to Build Number. Press it seven times until you see the message, "You are now a developer!"

Again Settings, About Phone, Developer Options, and then select USB debugging. Then press OK.

Run it Kingo Android Root on your computer, then connect your phone to the USB cable.kingo-android-root-rooting

Your device screen may show a pop-up "Allow USB debugging?" Click "Always enable this computer", then press OK.

Click Root, and wait until the process is complete.kingo-android-root-succeeded

If at some point you decide you do not want Rooting on your device anymore, simply run Kingo Android Root again, plug in your phone, and click Remove Root.

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