KingRoot is a powerful Android root tool that can be used to gain root access on many Android devices. This root app is like other similar apps, for example iRoot, Baidu Easy Root and Root Genius that are made by Chinese Android developers.
But that doesn’t mean they all are 100% the same, for example the devices supported by each rooting tool are different.
Tutorials to root Android KingRoot without computer
Before we begin to the rooting instructions I want you to firstly realize the possible effects given by rooting, for example your device’s warranty will be voided. That depends entirely on your device’s manufacturer policy.
When you have your device’s rooted, then you will gain a full access over your Android system. So be careful when you trying to tweak anything to your system. Don’t do things you do not know, or you might end up having a damaged phone.
- Activate the unknown sources from your Android phone so you can install an app outside from Google Play Store. Do so by going to Setting > Security > Unknown Source.
- Make sure you make a necessary backups over your existing data.
- Be calm and do not skip any step below unless you have done it.
Now we can go to the complete instructions below.
- Download KingRoot (KingRoot latest version).
- Once you have the KingRoot apk file downloaded, install it like installing any other apk files.
- Once it’s installed, go to apps drawer then find the KingRoot icon, then run the app.
- When the KingRoot is opened, you will find the following interface.
- Just tap the root green button to start the rooting process.
- The rooting process is fast, it takes only a minute or two, once done you will see a big green tick indicating your Android phone is successfully rooted.
- To apply the changes perfectly just restart your phone.
Android devices supported by KingRoot app.
- Galaxy Grand Duos
- Xperia J
- K-Touch Octa
- Andromax i3
- Mito A810
- Advan T1i
- Your feedback guys.
You are now having a rooted Android device, to verify it just use a Root Checker app from Google Play Store. There you will be told whether your device has root access or instead it has not. Hope you find this how to root Android with KingRoot without computer post useful. See you again in the next posts of Install Android ROMs blog.