How to root Android phone step by step

What is "root" In brief, "root Android" means getting the highest authority on Android and having access to better use your Android phone by optimizing your phone, and its data, etc. If your device is not rooted, some data saved on a deeper level cannot be accessed, and some apps cannot be installed.

How to root Android phone step by step

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Preparation

Make sure that your device is adequately charged.

Ensure that you have a backup of your phone’s current ROM before you root.

Enable USB Debugging and OEM Unlocking options. To do this,

  • Open Settings > About Phone on your device.
  • Tap on Build Number 7 times to enable Developer Options on the device.
  • Find Developer options on the device.
  • Check enable USB Debugging and enable OEM Unlocking options.

Using KingoRoot apkapp

  • Download and install KingoRoot on your Android device.
  • Launch KingoRoot and click on One Click Root to start rooting your device. You can view the progress.
  • Once completed, you will be able to see a message Root Succeeded on your device.

Best-One Click Root To Root Any Android Device

Once downloaded, follow our guide on how to install KingRoot to install it on your device.


Once KingRoot is installed on your device, open up the application. Now, you will see the message “Root access is unavailable“. Just click on the “Try to Root” blue button on the same screen to begin the rooting procedure


 During the rooting process, you will see a circular progress bar on your smartphone or tablet, as shown in the screenshot given below.


 Once the rooting process is over, your Android device will be successfully rooted. You will also get the message “Root Successfully” in the KingRoot app



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