Rooting is a process which gives you privileged control over the subsystems of Android operating system. That means after rooting Android device, you can bypass the limitations which carriers and hardware manufacturers put on it. Thus rooting gives you permission to alter system apps and settings. You can also install and run specialized apps which require administrator level permission such as mobile phone spy apps. It also gives you facility to completely removal or replacement of Android operating system, but here we are not going into the depth of rooting. Here we are going to explain the easiest method to root an Android phone or tablet. We just wanna install an app on target Android device which requires rooting before installation. Before proceeding, let us explain some of your doubts which may be in your mind.
Why You Need to Root Your Android Phone or Tablet?
This is the main question why you need to root an Android device. You know that rooting gives you admin-level permission to install a third party software in your device. Some software or apps are not allowed by your current operating system so you can’t install them on it, but after rooting you get special authority to access settings of your smartphone’s OS which allows you to install any third party app or software which needs special permission from operating system. After rooting your device, you can perform a lot of tasks but here we are only focused on installation of third party software.
There are some more advantages which you will get after rooting, these are:
- Complete access of the kernel which allows you to overclock and under clock the CPU and GPU.
- You can fully control applications including the ability to backup, restore and to remove bloatware also.
- You can install custom ROM and software on rooted device.
- Custom automated system-level processes by using third party applications
Note: Some manufacturers ( LG, hTC, Motorola ) support rooting for some of their models without exploiting vulnerability. This support limited to some phones, and not for all. In most of the cases rooting your smartphone void the guarantee from the manufacturer, so root your device on your own risk. According to our experts, it is not a difficult or unsafe process but everything depends upon you. All smartphones behave better after rooting, and you can manipulate them according to you.
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Before going to the process, make sure do you have all necessary things required in the rooting. These are:
- Device is powered on with at least 50% battery.
- A continuous internet connection is necessary either cellular or WiFi ( WiFi is recommended ).
- Go to Settings > Security > Unknown Sources, and allow installation from unknown sources.
After this you are ready to jump into the rooting process.
5 Easy Steps to Root Your Android Phone Without Computer
Download the KingoRoot.apk file, some browsers may warn you about this file but click “OK” to proceed. After this, download will start automatically. It is small file of 4.5 MB and don’t take much time to download.
Now tap on the downloaded file, installation will start automatically. If you did not check the installation from “Unknown Sources”, there will be a message of “Install Blocked”. To resolve this, go to setting, then security and check the “Unknown Sources” and install the app again.
After successful installation, there will be an icon of KingoRoot on the screen of device. Tap on it to start rooting process. It will tell your device model and Android version as well. Now tap on “ One Click Root” on the screen.
After tapping, process will start automatically. It will show the completion of process in percentage and you have to wait for few seconds. This software is user friendly and easy to use for the person without technical background. During rooting, it will execute some processes and check certain criteria, these are:
- Rooting script execution.
- and finally Superuser installation.
This is the final step and tell you whether rooting is successful or not. In most of the cases rooting takes place in first step but if there is a failure, it is highly recommended to run the “One Click Rooting” process again. This is because they programed several rooting methods in their software, and which method is applicable on your device can be find after running the process. So run the process several time if not succeeded in first try, at last you will get the message “Root Succeeded”.
Congrats you have successfully rooted your Android device. Feel free to share your experience in comments and if you have any query, don’t hesitate to ask here.