You may be one of people who are annoyed by the system default applications on your android. You feel annoyed because those default apps are not used but also cannot be deleted because if you delete it, the android operating system will not run smoothly and can cause an interruption. However, you are able to get rid of those default applications by rooting the device.
What is rooting? It is a process that permits users to access the main software code of the operating system of the device and permits you to modify or change something based on what you want and how you want to applications of the phone to work for you. To root your device, you will need a root app.
There are a lot of rooting apps that you are able to choose to be used on your phone such as FramaRoot, iRoot, Kingo Root, KingRoot and many others. One of the rooting apps is Kingroot. Kingroot is a root app for people who only want to have root access but do not want the third party recovery flash process on their device. This app can work to almost all android versions from 2.x to 5.0. The working system of Kingroot is based on the system of exploit. If you want to unroot, you are also able to do that by hitting the button on the menu of Kingroot app. When you download and install Kingroot, you will automatically install Purify.
What is it? It is a tool which is optimized for your android operating system. This tool can help you save the battery life, improve the device standby time, improve the speed and restore your device to the pure condition. Purify can work with the access of root. Without rooting your device, this tool cannot work. Purify can also help you in archiving notifications and present a clean notifications bar for you.
Now, when you use Kingroot and then Purify, you may face some problem and one of the problem is failure in starting the app. If the Purify start failed, you are able to ask to the forum of XDA Developers how to fix it and make the app work.
But, if the one which does not work is the Kingroot app, you need to check several things. First, you have to make sure that the version of Kingroot that you use is the latest version. Second, you need to know that Android version above 5.1 is not supported by Kingroot. If your android device is above 5.1, it means that your device is not compatible with the Kingroot app and you have to use another root app. Third, you have to know that bootloader is locked by manufacturer. So, you as a user cannot make any changes with the system with bootloader being locked and it is the cause of rooting failure. So, to be able to root your device successfully, you have to troubleshoot the causes and then find the correct solution.