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How to Root Android Device using Kingo Root

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Kingo Root is a one-click root software to root your Android device using Windows. Kingo Root is widely compatible & can root most of the android devices. So here in this post, we are going to discuss how to root Android device using Kingo Root.

Steps to Root Android Device using Kingo Root

  1. Download & Install Kingo Root.
  2. Enable USB Debugging on your device.(Go to Settings -> Developers Option -> Tick USB Debugging Option)(In case you does not find developer options on your device, then go to Settings -> About -> Tap on build number many times. A popup will show that you are now a developer.)
  3. Open Kingo Root.
  4. Connect your android device to your computer via USB cable.
  5. Kingo Root will detect your device and will begin installing drivers.
  6. Click on Root.
  7. Wait for some time till the rooting process is completed.
  8. Click Finish button. Your phone may reboot.
  9. You will find an app named SuperSU in the app drawer.
  10. Read: How to check whether Android device is rooted or not

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Mehul Boricha
Mehul Boricha is the founder of Tech Arrival & Astute Links. He is a computer and smartphone geek from Junagadh, Gujarat, India. He is a Computer Engineer by Education & an Entrepreneur by Passion. Apart from technology geek, he is an audiophile & loves to connect with people.

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  • Wow its a new method with new apps. I still remember when I first rooted my android phone and how I bricked it :( because I was new but this things seems to be quite safe. If anyone looking for rooting their android device should try this and install custom roms.

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