How To Root an Android Phone or Tablet

August 2017

Obtaining root privileges allows you, as with other Linux-based operating systems, to have full control of your Android smartphone or tablet. As a root user you can, among other things, uninstall applications installed by your mobile phone operator or install applications that require superuser privileges.

Rooting Your Android Device

To get started, Download Kingo Android Root and install it on your PC. After installation, enable USB debugging on your Android device and connect it to a PC via the data cable. At the interface of Kingo Android Root, click ROOT and wait for the process to finish rooting:

When finished, click Finish and restart your Android. With superuser privileges you can, for example, download the Titanium Backup application and uninstall applications installed by the manufacturer or those you do not need. Another application you could download is DiskDigger, which allows you to recover deleted photos or videos from an Android device.

Warning: Rooting an Android with Kingo Android Root is simple. However, if a problem occurs, your device's system may become unstable. In addition, depending on each operator, the warranty of the equipment may be lost. Given these warnings, if you decide to root your device it will be at your own responsibility.

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Published by MelissaCCM. Latest update on April 2, 2017 at 05:38 AM by Daniel_CCM.
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