Have you ever rooted your phone? If yes, then what app do you use? Do you use Kingo Root to root your phone? Well, Kingo root is one of the best root app that can be used. This app offers the fastest and most convenient android rooting experience for the users. It can save you the trouble of connecting to PC.
You just need to do a few steps to be able to get you a rooted android device in minutes. However, even though this app is one of the best root apps, it does not mean that you will not face any problem when you use it. Sometimes, this app can be problematic. So, have you experienced a problem when you use this app? Before we talk about that, let’s find out how this app work.
You have to know that there are two methods to root your android by using this app. First, you can do that by implementing “exploits”. Second method is you are able to root through flashing custom recovery. The previous one is relatively safe while the latter one can have a risk. This app primarily focused on “exploits” method, but also covers “recovery” for certain tricky devices. So, what is exploit? Every system has its vulnerability / loophole that is able to be taken advantage of. This process, in the matter of android rooting, we call it as exploit. Okay, in the first paragraph, we have said that this app may be problematic sometimes. Have you ever experienced to root your android by using this app and then it just stuck at 90% and then stop? Well, if this happens to you what do you do? Some of you probably do not know what to do because you are afraid if you do something, it will be wrong and ruin the system. Well, It can happen because of some reasons. First, it can happen because you do not download the latest version of KingoRoot. Second, Android version above 5.1 is not supported by Kingoroot. Third, bootloader is locked by manufacturer so you cannot make any changes with the system with it. If you cannot root your device successfully, you are able to troubleshoot the causes and discover the right solution such as downloading the latest version f Kingoroot or unlocking bootloader.
Besides paying attention to the things above, you also have to note several things before you root your device. First, make sure that your battery is charged at least 80% or even better if you charge it to 100%. It is because rooting process may take a long time. Second, do back up data which is important to prevent from data loss if the rooting process is failed. Third, make sure to download and installed the right driver for your device. If not, you can download one from the official site of your manufacturer. Fourth, you have to enable USB debugging on your device. Fifth, select a rooting way which fits your device most and then you are able to discover the rooting tutorials from the internet. Sixth, you are able to download Root Checker to see whether your device is rooted or not after you finish the rooting steps.