Recently, you may think whether you are able to hack wifi by using King Root. Actually, the main function of Kingroot is to root your phone and it cannot be used to hack wifi. But, this tool can be used to support the action of hacking wifi. How to do that?
Kingroot is one of the popular root apps that have the success rate of about 98% and it is the highest success rate that has been documented on an android rooting tool. According to the website of KingRoot, this apps can support more than 104,000 devices which means that the app is able to be used to unlock your device even if the other rooting apps that are in the market failed to do the same.
Kingroot has helped millions the users of android to root their devices and this app is very easy to use and fast. Now, how to hack wifi with Kingroot? You will need two apps to hack WPS enabled Wifi including Kingroot and WPA WPS Tester. But, before you root your phone, you need to consider that:
- Rooting brings a risk and may void your device’s warranty.
- Installation of Kingroot may be blocked by the Google Security . Either select to “Install Anyway” or disable your internet connection to continue.
- There is an Android version and a PC version available.
- You need to be aware that the PC version may flash a third party recovery onto your device.
- In case Purify is not something you need, it is able to be easily omitted.
- You will lose root access if you uninstall KingRoot.
How are the steps? First, you need to root your device by using Kingroot app. Then, you need to wait the process until the device gets rooted. After the process of rooting is complete, now you need to open the WPA WPS Tester. If you have not download it, you can download and install it first. Choose your WPS enabled Wifi network and then open it. Then, click on “Connect Automatic PIN” and it will take up to 45 seconds to crack the wifi. After that, you will get a box which displays the name of wifi and also the password. Well, that’s it. You are able to follow the steps and make sure before you root your phone, you know the risk that you will experience as mentioned above.
You are probably still strange with WPA WPS tester. It is an app that you need to know whether your access point is vulnerable at the WPS protocol. By using this app, you are able to test the connection to AP with WPS PIN. You need to know that not all AP are compatible with this app. App needs root permission for devices with android version above 5.0 (Lollipop). If the devices are above 5.0, you are able to test the PIN with this app and you are able to connect. But you are not able to see WPA or WEP Password without root permissions.