Jun 25, 2016

Steps To Root Any Stubborn Android Phone With Latest KingRoot V4.9.3

If there is one thing we know about KingRoot, it is the ability to root and unroot any Android device within the shortest period of time. Including the stubborn/tough to root ones.

It is thesame Android rooting app, used for rooting the then stubborn infinix hot 2 running on Android version 5.1 lollipop. And as we all know, the app is constantly being updated to include more features and root capabilities to be able to root any android device.
Kingroot home

Its latest version (kingroot v4.9.3) has just been released and can be used to root any android device running the new Android version 6.0 marshmallow, 5.1 lollipop and below. So if you recently upgraded your phone to lollipop or  marshmallow, you can re-root your device instantly with this app.

How To Get It?
For Android, Download KingRoot v4.9.3 apk
For PC users, Download KingRoot.exe

How To Use KingRoot On Your Phone?
==>1. After downloading and installing KingRoot, open and wait for it to fully analyze your phone. Then when its done you will see the main window.
Kingroot home menu
==>2. Now, click the large blue circle that says root and wait for a few minutes for rooting to start. (Make sure you have a Strong internet connection. Or it won't work)
Rooting successful
==>3. When it gets to 100%, KingRoot will automatically install the king user app to your device. So be sure to accept any prompt on your screen.

How To Use KingRoot On Your PC?
If your phone is too stubborn (e.g Hawei G Power to be rooted by the mobile version, then you need the PC version to break it loose.

==>1. Download and install the PC version on you computer from the link above.

==>2. Enable USB debugging on your mobile device

==>3. Connect your the tough to root mobile device to the computer via microUSB cable

==>4. Wait a few seconds or a minute, until Kingroot see your device

==>5. Tap root and wait for the process to complete.

When done with any of the above method, you can check to confirm if your phone has been successfully rooted or not by downloading Root checker from playstore.

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