Feb 6, 2017

How to Root android phone. Easy Method

"ROOT" actually refers to the basic root directory of your android which is not reachable by default. Rooting your android simply means getting access to the root directory of your android phone. Rooting allows users to dive deeper into a phones system. It allows you to access the entire operating system and be able to customize just about anything on your android. with root access you can get around any restrictions that your manufacturer may have applied. Also you can run more apps. In short you can do anything.

Be aware rooting has some positives as well as some negatives. Go through the table below for more info.


  • You can get the latest operating system.
  • Your android will be faster.
  • Battery pickup of your android will increase.
  • Delete bloatware files that is impossible to delete without rooting.
  • You can install the apps wherever you like.
  • You can customize anything as per your taste like vibration strength, Screen colour calibration etc.

  • Rooting your phone gives you unlimited power which can be misused.
  • Rooting makes you a SUPERUSER. So you may install a wrong app.
  • With root access you can make changes to system files which can be dangerous for your phone.
  • Security of your phone is compromised to some extent.

Now if you have decided to root your android. Lets start. Follow the steps below.

DISCLAIMER:- I being the author of this post will not be responsible if something goes wrong.


  1. Computer/Laptop
  2. A working internet connection.
  3. Data cable (Original)
  4. Enough Battery level (At least 50%)


  1. Download Kingo Android Root and install it in your laptop. It offers one click root of your android.
  2. Run the programme.
  3. Connect your android via data cable.
  4. Your PC will show connection to your android phone.
  5. If "Allow USB debugging" appears, select "Always allow from this computer" and click OK.
  6. Now click "ROOT" as shown in Fig 1.
    Fig 1
  7. Sit back and have a cup of tea as it is going to take some time and that is all you need to do.
After successful root you will see an app in your android by the name "SuperUser" installed automatically.
If you want to Unroot then connect and click "Remove root".

Happy Learning....! 

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