For those who are looking for the method to root your Galaxy devices using Kingroot, here is for you. please follow these following instructions well and do not miss a single thing. Just take a small note if it is needed.
The first step is to download Kingroot 4.1 APK: Kingroot-188.8.131.52.apk. Then, move the file to your phone. The next thing you have to do is to go to Setting > Security and make the Unknown Sources enable. In the fourth step, you have to install the APK file. Then, go to the home screen and open the Kingroot tool. After that step, it will check for the root access. in case it is unable to find the root capabilities, there will be a root button displayed. If you see this, please tab the button. As you tapped the button,the tool will start the process of rooting the device. Apparently, the process itself will be completed once the app says 100% done. Please remember that you do not need to reboot your device. In case you want to check if your device has the proper root access, you can go to the Play Store and download the Root Checker.
Fortunately, every device of Samsung has always been easy to root. The unlocked bootloaders makes it possible for the developers to find many ways of rooting Samsung Galaxy devices. For those who have tried rooting the Samsung device, you are probably familiar with CF-Auto-Root, the name of the well-known rooting tool. What is CF-Auro-Rot? Have you ever heard about this term? If the answer to the question is no, please keep reading the article.
CF-Auto-Root is one of the most famous ways of rooting the many devices of Samsung Galaxy. The only thing considered weak is that it need a PC. It means that you cannot root your Samsung phone if you do not have a computer. The good news is that there are the exploits and methods that can root the majority of Samsung Galaxy devices without having to use the PC. They are known as one click tools that can be installed on the phone. Basically, these kinds of thing can do everything from the device without requiring the PC.
The name of the tool is Kingroot, which has been talked before, this thing is the installed as the normal app on the phone. Different with the other tools, this one support a lot of devices of Samsung Galaxy such as Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F), Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900), Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-19500 & GT-19505), Samsung Galaxy S3 (GT-19300) & S3 Neo, Samsung Galaxy S2 (Gt-19100), Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910F), Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N9000), Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (N7100), and many more.
Furthermore, Kingroot is able to root all the devices running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4.1 & 4.2 & 4.3 Jelly Bean, 4.4 Kit Kat, and 5.0 Lollipop. One of the advantages of Kingroot is the fact that it does not trip KNOX. It means that the warranty stays intact and KNOX counter stays at 0x0.