Do you want to use Kingo Root but there is a problem in installing driver? Well, if you face this kind of problem, you have to look for methods to fix it. However, do not be in a hurry to look for an expert to fix it or to ask, you can try to fix it by yourself first. How to do that?
To set a connection with your device, device driver installation is needed and it is automatically done by downloading from the server Kingo Android Root offers. The first scenario is that you already has device driver installed. Several users have questions about driver installation and asked whether we can skip this step since they have installed the driver in advanced. The thing that you have to know is that there is a requirement of minimum version of your device driver. If the version of installed driver is below this needed minimum version, Kingo Android Root will automatically download and also install it. In case Kingo Android Root is going through the process of driver downloading, it means that the driver that you installed is not suitable with the requirement. Scenario two is the device driver installation takes a million years. You probably think that it is a dilemma. Kingo Android Root is kind of stuck in the device driver installation process and it cannot move on to the next step. Then, you surely do not know what to do. You have two methods to do. The users of Windows 8 have to modify the starting option which says “advanced starting options” and enable option 7 after you restart “enable non signed drivers” and then the driver can be installed. Then, you have to go to the official website and manually choose the correspond driver to download and install. To know the website address of correspond driver, you can go to the site of Kingo Root. They uploaded the files to some commonly used online server, where you are able to download the driver and then install it. You are able to select one you like to download.
Some people also experience where they try to root their phone but it just stuck at 90% and then stop. Have you ever experienced this kind of problem too? If so, you need to know the reasons why you fails to root your device. First, it can happen because the Kingo Root version that you have downloaded is not the latest version. It means that you have to download the latest one. So, just try the new version once it is released. Second, you have to know that android version above 5.1 is not supported by Kingo Root. Third, you also have to note that manufacturer locks the bootloader. Users cannot make any changes with the system with bootloader being locked. So, it can cause the rooting failure. So, before you download and even root your device, make sure that everything is suitable as we mentioned above to avoid the failure.