You don't need to be a NASA engineer or anything similar to be able to root your smartphone or tablet. Although it may seem complicated if you don't have any experience, the truth is that there are apps that turn it into a simple process to be able to easily enjoy all the advantages of having superuser permissions on your Android device.
In fact, one of the best examples can be found in KingoRoot, an application designed to root your handset in just a few minutes and that doesn't offer us any complications at all: we'll only need one single click.
How to root my Android phone?
Before it was much more complicated. You didn't need to be Albert Einstein or anything like that but you had to connect a USB cable to your phone and computer and open the app to launch the process from the desktop application. Now you can continue doing so as there's a version for Windows, but you can also download this APK and do it all straight from your Android device. Therefore:
- Step 1: download the application to your device. For such purpose, just click on our green Download button.
- Step 2: install and run the tool.
- Step 3: click on the button to root your phone.
- Step 4: wait for it to reboot and that's it, you'll have a rooted device.
It's one of the most powerful rooting tools with one of the highest success rates among compatible devices. That's so because its developers are constantly updated and improving the scripts that it works with.
With regard to the brands supported, it's compatible with the majority of Android manufacturers, including some of the most popular ones: LG, Google, Sony, HTC, Samsung, Huawei, Dell, Benq... and it works with Android versions between 1.5 and 5.0.
What are the advantages of rooting an Android and having superuser permissions?
You should know that rooting your device is basically having total access to the system to be able to carry out different modifications. This is possible thanks to the fact that Android is an open-source system but certain manufacturers offer their own custom layers so you might be terminating your guarantee.
Among its advantages we have to point out the fact that you'll have full control over your device, being able to install custom ROMs, remove bloatware or preinstalled apps, and make complete backups through tools of the likes of Titanium Backup. Well, and the possibility to use applications that can only be used on rooted devices, as well as being able to control the device's performance.
Its main drawbacks have to do with certain security problems, trouble with some updates and, as we said before, losing your guarantee...
What's new in the latest version
- Adds a script to root Android from 5.0 to 10.0 and above.
- Bug fixes.