People using Samsung S6, Sony Xperia and a bunch of other Android devices can really find it easy to root via Android 2.x, though Android 5.x users can move ahead with a rooting tool called KingRoot, which is introduced by XDA developers. This article is a ready reckoner for all the tech geeks, who are still searching the answer for how to use and play KingRoot.
KingRoot 4.1 fixes enormous logical issues in Sony devices, while also offers some additional facilities to support HTC, ZTE, Google/Nexus, Huawei devices, LG and Sony. The online platform is loaded with resources that can show you the list of all Android devices that support rooting through KingRoot.
KingRoot Android Device – How to Root any device using KingRoot
In case of Sony device, if KingRoot finds Sony RIC is already enabled then the system cannot be rooted. For this, you need to unroot the device first and then you can very easily re-root it and deactivate RIC automatically.
Users having a KingUser already in their device need to install KingUser 4.0.5 fix before uninstalling the same. Only after uninstalling the KingUser app, you may go ahead to re-root the phone with the help of the KingRoot tool.
There may be instances wherein you may face problems with removing KingUser. You have to forcibly stop KingUser and wipe cache data and thereafter root the device with the help of KingRoot again.
The KingRoot tool is having two versions: one for desktops and other for mobiles.
To keep the root access permanent, SU Binary is required to be installed in xbin/System.
KingUser is also just like Su Binary as it is installed in the date/app or system/app to gain complete access of the root. On the other hand, the system will also help you to disable auto-start items and remove apps.
The app has the ability to purify your system, and it can forcibly purify your system where it can compel the app to hibernate automatically after you have activated them, but they still will be active in the background. It also has the feature to notify you. KingMaster will be downloaded and installed in the data/app.
Things to Remember While Using KingRoot
Here’s what you should know before proceeding:
- The desktop version and KingRoot are currently not available in English; they are found in Chinese versions.
- If you want to keep the stock recovery for the Desktop version, you cannot use it as the Desktop version can only be flashed with custom recovery tools.
- If you want to get the root access, you need to install KingUser.
It is very easy to download and install the KingRoot app as it can be done. You can find it in the app drawer from where you can launch it. Once you see that your device is supporting, the “Try to Root” button will get activated at the bottom of your screen. You can click on the button and the rooting process will be completed.