Kingroot is one of the popular root apps that can be used to root your device. There are several advantages of rooting your device including removing or uninstalling bloatware, blocking ads on device, improving the battery life, and being able to do advanced customization.
However, before you decide to root your device, there are several things that you need to consider.
First, the software warranty will be void after rooting your device. Then, your device has a chance to be damaged/ bricked during or after rooting. If you are not sure of taking risk, you are able to wait sometime before you root your device and do some research first or try the safest method. Also, you need to know that you are not able to unroot yoour device later if you do not like rooting. So, make sure that you know the consequences of the rooting process before you decide to root your device.
When you root your device using Kingroot, it is possible to face some problems. The problems can happen for some reasons. One of the errors that possibly happen when you are using Kingroot is No Root Strategy Available. So, what are the causes of this error and how to fix it?
As we know that when we root our device by using any root apps including Kingroot apps, it means that we are using exploits on Android system. So, with every new exploit, developer make a new application to take advantage of the new exploit and permit you to root the phone with a single click. However, when you update your device to the latest firmware, the exploit may be patched and it is the primary reason which cause this error. If you have updated your device lately, then it can be the reason for this error. You need to know that developers behind Kingroot are very active and they works hard to provide updates to support all firmware versions.
If we face an error of no root strategy available, what we should do? First, if you have updated your device lately with the latest firmware, then it is probably the cause of error. As mentioned above that developers sometimes may not have made the update to support the new firmware. So, you are able to downgrade to an older firmware version. Is there another solution besides this? Even though the app is designed to work without a internet connection but sometimes it needs an internet connection to get an update.
So, you are able to connect your device to internet o that Kingroot can work properly. If you have connected your device to the internet and also you have downgrade your device to the older version/ the firmware has not been updated, you need to ask yourself whether you are using the latest version of Kingroot or not. If not, you need to update it. But, if you have updated Kingroot app but you are still having this error, then the only solution is that you need to wait for a new update of Kingroot. Alternatively, you are also able to use any other one click root tool.