When you download an app, have you been stuck before it completes? Or maybe you have experienced where you cannot use the app that you have downloaded well? And then as non expert we do not know what to do. Have you tried download Kingo Root? How is it? Have you experienced a situation where it is stuck at 90% when you try to root your device? If you come to this site to find the answer why Kingo Root stuck at 90%, then you come to the right place.
You may have downloaded KingoRoot via the mobile browser as an APK file and enabled USB debugging. After 1 to 2 hours after you begin the rooting process, the completion percentage is stuck at 90. You see that completion is at 90%, then the rooting process is executed but it seems frozen. It is not normal because usually the rooting process will take about 5 to 10 minutes. There are some reasons why it can fail to root. Those reasons are:
- The android version above 5.1 is not supported by KingoRoot.
- You download the KingoRoot version which is not the latest version. So, you have to try to download new version once it is released.
- The manufacturer locks the Bootloader. Any changes cannot be made by users with the system with bootloader being locked so it will cause the rooting failure.
If you cannot root your Android device successfully, you are able to troubleshoot the causes and then find out the correct solution such as downloading the latest version of KingoRoot, unlocking Bootloader and so on. You have to note that there are several things that you have to do before rooting your device. Rooting android device permits you to eliminate of the limitations set by your manufacturer such as unlocking the operating system. So, you are able to install unapproved apps, replace the firmware, update the OS, and so on. However, before you decide to root your device, you have to pay attention to these notes:
- Sometimes it can take you a long time in doing the process of rooting. So, you have to make sure that your battery is charged to 80% or even 100% charged battery is better.
- Before rooting your device, you have to do back up data which is important for you to prevent from data loss if it fail to root.
- Then, you also have to make sure that you have download and installed the correct driver for your android on your PC. If not, you can download one from the official website of your manufacturer.
- You need to enable USB debugging on your android.
- Select a rooting method which is suitable to your device most and then you are able to discover the rooting tutorials from the internet.
- You are able to download Root Checker to check whether your device is rooted or not after finishing the rooting steps.
Make sure that you remember the notes above so that you can avoid the failed rooting process.