How to root an android device, is a very frequently asked question by most android users, due to the increase in apps that do need root privileges for it to run on your device, so because your device is not rooted from the manufacturer, then you may be looking for an alternative way to root your android device, without harming your android device or incurring any loss of data on your device.

The question every where is the most safest ways of rooting your android device without any side effects, or without your android device malfunctioning.

So we have made a little research and has come up with some good rooting options, that is accepted by majority of android devices, be it old or new android versions.

Root access before was often gained by using a script that you can download, or install in Android's device download mode, which automatically executes itself, granting it root access in the process.

This script do uses a vulnerability in the OS (operating system) by performing an action called "privilege escalation".

But now it might interest you that you don't need to go through that process again, you can now root your device by just downloading an app or apk, or through a computer and a USB cord.

Before we proceed there are a lot of advantages that follows a rooted android device, than an unrooted android device but only programmers and computer gurus can use its advantages to its fullness, but here are some advantages that an ordinary android user can benefit from its rooted device.


Once your android device is rooted.

1. Users can now install and run applications that require root privileges.
2. Users can now bypass device installed software.
3. Users can now remove systems applications added by manufacturers and carriers.

Although, it is quite easy to remove root privileges on your android device, just click here, if you want to know how to unroot your Android device or set your phone back to its original state.

Firstly before you proceed to root your android device, you should first take note that, you have to make a Nandroid backup or any backup you do prefer or trust, in case your custom ROM doesn’t work out.


Just download and install King Root on your Android device, then open the app on your device, tap on the Root tab on the screen, and wait for a while. If all goes well, your device should be rooted within about 60 to 90 seconds.

After it is done with the rooting process, just reboot your android device (i.e on and off your device) and that's all your android device is rooted.

So, to download, click here, which will take you to the latest version of the app available for download.


Do you know that the most popular and most successful rooting service, KingoRoot on PC its now on Android apk.

Just download the free apk file here.

After downloading it just install the app and run it on your device, then press "one click root" on the main screen, after that wait for a few seconds until a result is displayed on the screen.

After that you a done, just that pretty simple.


Yes it is still one of the best, because some times its android apk version do crashes on some android devices, so if yours is the case then you can now go for the PC version, and I do assure you this one must certainly work out.

Download the PC version of KingoRoot here

After downloading KingoRoot, install it, after that you double click on the app to launch it on your computer, then plug your android device to your computer, the one that needed to be rooted, Also make sure that during the process you do have a working network connection, so that the app can install some necessary drivers needed for the rooting process .

Make sure you do enable USB debugging mode on your android device, do also pay attention to your device screening and always click "always allow" from your computer or else it may display as an offline device.

Then click "ROOT" on your PC to root your device, although the process do take a couple of minutes in the rooting process, and once you do click root don't off, unplug or perform any operation on your devices.

After the whole process wait for your android device to reboot itself, to be sure that your device has been rooted.

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