For anyone who is looking for the method to root your device using Kingroot 4.5.6, please follow these following instructions well. Remember to not miss a single thing and just take a small note if it is needed.
The very first step that you should do to root your 4.5.6 device is to download Kingroot 4.5.6 Apk. Apparently, you can get one in the official website of Kingroot. Actually, you can get the one anywhere since there are a lot of places that provide the download link to get the Kingroot Apk. However, the official one is always the best one as it is legal and safe. So, please get the official one to make sure the safety of your device. Then, move or copy the file to your phone. The next step you need to do is to go to Setting > Security and enable the Unknown Sources. In the next step, you must install the APK file. Then, go straight toward the home screen and open the Kingroot tool. This step should be done to check for the root access. If the root capabilities cannot be found, there will be a root button displayed instead. Once you see this, please tab that button. Apparently, the tool will start the process of rooting the device once you tapped the button. you must be know that the process itself will be completed once it says 100% complete. Do not forget that you do not have to reboot your device. To check if your device has the proper root access, you can just go to the Play Store and download the Root Checker instead.
Fortunately, it has always been so easy to root any device using Kingroot. There is the unlocked bootloaders that makes it possible for every developer to find a lot of ways of rooting a certain device. For those the users of Samsung devices, you are probably familiar with the name of the popular rooting tool called CF-Auto-Root. However, there is one thing considered as the weak aspect of this app. It is said that this one requires a PC to root your device. It means that you cannot root your device if you do not have a PC.
As the life safer of everyone, there is a tool called Kingroot. This one can be downloaded and installed as the normal app on the phone. Different with the common rooting tools, Kingroot supports a lot of devices 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 so on.
You can check the other types of smartphones that are supported by Kingroot. Basically, 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.