Have you used Kingo Root for rooting your phone but then it was stuck? If it is stuck on “connecting” and goes no further, it may happen because you use the wrong version of your android. You have to note that it must be running Jelly Bean 4.3 no higher than version MJE. So, you have to make sure that your android version is compatible with the Kingo Root version which you have downloaded.
If your device is not connected to the Kingo Root, you have to check several things first. The things that you have to check are:
- Make sure that the device is connected to your computer via USB. You are able to use the OEM USB cable and USB 2.0 port because it is highly recommended.
- You also have to make sure that the device driver properly configured.
- You need to make sure USB debugging mode enabled on your device.
There are troubleshooting option that you can do, including:
- You can try to uncheck Media device (MTP) in the USB Connection Settings.
- You can change another USB cable.
- You can try an alternate USB port.
- You can disable any system modification related to the USB port.
- You can try again.
However, if you have installed driver correctly but it still shows a message which says “Device not connected” with Kingo, you can try this ultimate solution.
- First, you have to open Task Manager by right-clicking the taskbar and the hitting “Start Task Manager”.
- Then, you need to find adb.exe and right click it. Then, choose “End process tree”.
- Now, close Kingo Android Root and then you can re-launch it.
If you do not want experience failure when you root your device by using KingoRoot, you need to note some factors. First, you have to make sure that you download the latest version of KingoRoot. You have to try the new version once it is released. Second, You have to know that android version above 5.1 is not supported by KingoRoot. Third, manufacturer locks bootloader. It means that users are not able to make any changes with the system with bootloader being locked. So, it will cause the rooting failure.
If you try to root your phone but then it fails, it might lead to some issues and those are annoying. The issues that will happen like data loss after rooting, stop and stuck at the rooting process, and KingoRoot unknown network error. To avoid losing your data, it is important for you to back up your android before you root it. If your rooting process stops and stuck at 90% and no further response after more than 45 minutes, you can hard stop the rooting by holding down “Home” and “Power” buttons together until the screen dims. The, if the process of rooting is failed or stops at 90% because of unknown network error, you need to check out whether the network/ router is working normally or not. If not, you need to cease the process and re-install Kingoroot or try the alternative instead.