How to root Android phone

Have you been asking the question, how to root phone without PC, how to root an Android phone, how to root a phone without computer, here is your answer.

Rooting your Android phone is like prison break to your phone, it a way of unlocking a phone operating system to install unapproved apps on it, delete unwanted bloatware, replace the firmware, update OS, over clock or under clock the processor and so on.

How to root Android phone
This might look scary to an average Android user, because any wrong move is a disaster.

KingRoot is one of the easiest utility to root your phone, it is free and work very well but not on all device.

The easiest way to use KingRoot is to install the app, it perform the rooting process in just a step.

Getting the app in your Android phone is very complicated because it is not on Google Play Store, you have to download KingRoot Apk and install manually.

From your Browser, go to the KingRoot Android page and download it directly, if this doesn’t work or you are using your PC, download the Apk and email it to yourself as an attachment.

You have to put your device to allow apps from unknown source before you install it.

Here is how to do it; go to settings>>security>>put unknown source to on.

Now you can proceed to install KingRoot.

The next step is to on the App, tap One Click Root, and wait. It this process goes well your device will be root in 60 seconds.

If this process did not work, you can try using your PC.

  1. Uncheck the option Install Yahoo powered Chromium browser, then click decline to prevent adware incursions.
  2. From your phone enable USB debugging mode. Go to Settings>>>Developer option>>>tick USB debugging. On Android 4.3 or 5.0 tap settings>>>About phone>>>tap Build number seven times, you will see you are now a developer at every click. Then follow the previous steps.
  3. Run Android Root on the PC, then connect you phone using its USB sync cable. A connection will then open on the screen, tick always allow for this computer.
  4. Click Root, then wait for the.process to complete. Thou some phone still shed with this process but yours might be different.

If you want to reverse the process, run the app again connect your device and click Remove Root, do the same for App version.

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