Kingo Root app

Root different android devices on Kingo Root

Kingo Root has always been a fascinating subject for you to use Android, and in this article I want to talk about a new tool named Kingo Android Root, for convenience referred to as Kingo. This tool runs on Windows, likely root for a wide variety of different devices and manipulation is pretty simple. It is the same with Framaroot, but differs in that runs on PCs and support more devices were developed along with quite professional


Driver: The problem with Windows is that we always need drivers, to software Kingo Root can recognize your device. Driver, each a different label, here you have drivers LG and Samsung to share with you. With other companies, you can Google to find, if one is shared out here for everyone to use offline
After driver installation is finished, then start implementing offline:

Download and install Kingo Root: Then run Kingo root Android .
Remember to turn on the device:
In Settings / About tablet / Software Info – click on the Build Number 7 times to unlock Developer Options

In Settings / Developer Options – click to select USB debugging section

In Settings / Sercurity – Click to select Disturbed sources – uncheck Verify apps – finished
Plug the device into a computer, will automatically receive Kingo Root and scored in the bottom Connected

Click Root to begin the rooting, after pressing, you do not need to do anything anymore. The process of root fairly quickly, I tried to LG G Pad, it takes about 1 minute
Once the root is completed, the device will automatically reboot. In the case failed, try again.

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