Root Your Android Device With One Click Using Kingo Android Root

Root Your Android Device With One Click Using Kingo Android Root

Rooting is something which is often feared by newbie Android users, and no doubt they should, because a wrong move can sometimes even brick the device. That’s why this so called ‘rooting’ process is scary but thanks to the one-click rooting utilities, you can root your Android smartphone or tablet with just one-click, as the name suggests.

Root Your Android Device With One Click Using Kingo Android Root

A new Windows utility called  Kingo Android Root is here to your rescue to root your device, and best of all, this utility is very easy to use and it offers a true one-click root experience.

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Of course, before using this utility, you’ll need to discover if your device is supported or not. Check the entire list here. It supports Google’s Nexus lineup, HTC One, HTC One X, HTC One V, Motorola Defy, and a range of popular Samsung, Sony and LG phones.

If this sounds exciting, and you’re ready to delve into the rooting world, then read the below warning first (with loud voice) and then proceed forward.

Note: Rooting voids your device’s warranty.

Step 1: Download and install Kingo Android Root on your Windows based PC.

Step 2: Enable USB debugging on your phone. If you’re on Android 4.0 or 4.1, then this this option can be found from Settings > Developer Options and checkmark “USB debugging.” However, if you’re on Android 4.2 or 4.3, then go to Settings > About Phone > Developer Options and checkmark “USB debugging” option. Tap on OK to save these changes.


Step 3: Launch Kingo Root on your computer and then connect your phone to computer via its USB cable. Click on the big “Root” button and then sit back and relax for some time while this utility performs its magic. The device will reboot once rooting is performed.

No doubt that this is the easiest way to perform rooting of your Android device. Just in case if you change your mind in future, then run this utility again, connect your phone and click on Remove Root.

Are you into rooting? If yes, then which rooting method do you prefer the most? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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