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How to easily root any android smartphone
How to easily root any android smartphone

How to easily root any android smartphone

If you are using an android phone and want to explore more of your device then you must remove the obligations made by the developers. To do so, you must root your android phone. You can also read How to root Samsung android phone if you are a Samsung user or you go ahead with this method as this method will root any android smartphone easily. So let’s get started.

Easily root any android smartphone


1. An un-rooted android smartphone

This is silly though, you should have a un-rooted smartphone to begin the rooting procedure.

2 A laptop/PC

Yes, you would require a desktop PC in order to root your android smart phone.

3. Backup your data, contacts and apk

It is recommended that you must have a backup of your data if things go wrong (Be on the safe side). There are a lot of apps available to backup your files and apps, one of them is Easy backup and restore (Free app) you can download it from Google store to backup your data and APK.

4. Enable USB debugging/developer options

The next step you have to do is to enable developer options/USB debugging.

For android lollipop or earlier version
Go to Settings, scroll down to developer options and enable USB debugging.

For android lollipop
Go to Settings, scroll down to About Phone, open about phone and tap Build number 5-7 times to enable USB debugging.

5. Latest USB drivers

You should have install latest USB drivers in your PC for your smartphone. Browse the web to download your phone’s USB drivers.

Now you are good to go!

Root any android smartphone

1. Download & Kingo ROOT app

The first step you have to do is download Kingo ROOT app. To download it, hit on the below Download button. Install the Kingo ROOT app and move on to the next step. [wpsm_button color=”orange” size=”small” link=”http://d.kgroot.com/android_root.exe” icon=”none”]Download[/wpsm_button]

2. Open Kingo ROOT app in your PC

The next thing you have to do is to open Kingo ROOT app in your PC, move to the next step when you’ll see a screen like thiseasily root any android

3. Connect your android smartphone

Now connect your android smartphone to your PC with the help of an USB cable (original USB of your phone’s brand is recommended). As soon as you connect your android smartphone to your PC you’ll see a notification on your Kingo ROOT app screen.device connected root any android

4. Hit the ROOT button

Now hit on the ROOT button and wait for some minutes. Don’t be afraid as your phone may reboot several times during the ROOT process. After a few minutes, you will see a notification- ROOT SUCCEEDED.easily root android

Now remove your android smartphone from your PC and check your android phone. You will see SuperUser is installed in your phone (that means your phone is rooted). To confirm the root access in your phone, download Root Checker app from Google Play store.root succeeded

Now you will able to run all those apps that requires root access. Click here to see the hand picked list of most useful android apps for a rooted smartphone.


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  1. Im stuck in a boot loop where it wants the old users gmail acccount…idk it so i need to know how to enable usb debugging from pc

    Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime smg530p
    lolipop 5.11
    sprint cdma version
    not rooted

  2. I’ve done it several times what happens is it asks for the previous users ID or gmail account I don’t know who the previous gmail account was or is so it will not let me get any further into the setup I’ve even gone so far as to Odin flash the os again from Samsungs official site

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