As we know that Android is an open source operating system (OS) made by Google, where users can

As we know that Android is an open source operating system (OS) made by Google, where users can 

Geekers - reely "modify" the Android system on their cellphones.


But unfortunately, by default, when you buy an Android cellphone / cellphone, access to enter the Android system cannot be done. The reason is to prevent users from digging into parts of the system which can cause the system to run abnormally or even cause damage to your Android HP hardware.



To enter the Android system, we need access called root / superuser. There are some people who want to have root access to do custom ROMs, install applications that require root access such as Apps2SD, FlashFire, Magisk, Solid Explorer and so on. If you want to root your Android phone, you can rely on an application called KingRoot.


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How To Use KingRoot?


How to use KingRoot to root your Android cellphone is very easy, even for ordinary people, as long as the step by step is followed correctly. Oh yes, so you can install APK files that don't come from the Play Store, then you need to tick the option in the Unknown Resources section (the tutorial is here). Immediately, see the steps how to use KingRoot below:



1. First of all you have to download the application via the following link.


2. After you download, open and install the application. Click Install to start the installation.


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3. If you get a notification like this, select Details then click Install anyway (unsafe).


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4. If you get a notification that looks more or less like the picture below, click KEEP APP (UNSAFE).


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5. The initial KingRoot window opens. Click the V sign then select Try It.


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6. Then click Try Root to start rooting your Android phone.


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7. The rooting process is running. Make sure your internet connection is smooth and there are no problems, because this process requires a stable internet connection. Wait until it reaches 100% and you will get a notification that the Android phone has been successfully rooted.


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8. Reopen the KingRoot application on your Android phone. Then click Menu (three lines) which is on the top left side.


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9. In the KingRoot Labs window, you will see Root successfully written, which means your Android phone has been successfully rooted.


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10. But if you are still not sure that your Android phone has been successfully rooted or not, use a more accurate application, namely Root Checker. You can download it on Play Store.


11. Open the Root Checker Basic application, then click Verify Root.


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12. If you get a notification like this, just select Allow.


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13. So if you get green writing “Congratulations! Root access…” that means your Android phone has been successfully rooted.


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14. However, if you find red writing “Sorry! Root access…” that means your Android phone has not been rooted / failed to root.


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That's a tutorial on how to use KingRoot easily so you get root / superuser access to your Android cellphone. With this, you can dig into the "innards" of an Android phone or install applications that require root access. Okay, good luck and if you find a problem, whatever it is, please ask via the comments below.

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