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How to safely root and remove root on android phone?


July 15, 2019 20:46 AM/Posted By Chann Ethan to Android Phone Data Recovery

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  • Part 1. How to Root an Android on PC
    Part 2. How to Remove Root on Android
    Part 3. Other tools to root Android

    1. What's root?
    Generally speaking,Rooting is the process of gaining the ultimate authority and permission on your Android phone, tablet and other Android devices. Here for a better understanding, we quote the word from Wikipedia, "rooting is the process of allowing users of smart phones, tablets and other devices running the Android mobile system to attain privileged control over various Android subsystems."

    2. Top 6 reasons to root your Android devices:
    - Truly Own Your Device
    - Remove Preinstalled Crapware
    - Block Ads in Any App
    - Boost Your Phone's Speed and Battery Life
    - Back Up Your Phone for Seamless Transitions
    - Unlock Hidden Features and Install "Incompatible" Apps

    3. Preparation for rooting Android Phone
    - Backup Android data to PC.
    - Make sure the Android phone has been 50% charged at least.
    - A USB cable.
    - Download a useful third-party rooting program.

    Part 1. How to Root an Android on PC
    First, download the Kingoroot, which includes a series of system debugging/root obtaining software for Android devices, including Kingo Android Root, Kingo APK Root and Kingo SuperUser. It helps Android users to root their devices. Kingo was initially released in 2013 and offers rooting methods for a large number of Android devices from different manufacturers including Jiace, Google, HTC, Sony, ZTE, Lenovo, Oppo, LG, HuaWei, Samsung etc. it provides two version: Windows & Android, download it below:
    Here, we take the windows version as example, and the Android phone is HuaWei, follow to Root step by step:

    Step 1: Run the Kingoroot & connect your Android phone
    Download the Kingoroot, install it on your computer, then run it, the interface as below, connect your phone with computer via USB cable.
    Kingoroot interface

    Step 2: Enable USB debugging on your Android.
    When you connected your Android with computer, the Kingoroot will tell you enable USB debugging on your Android. There is a guide below, you can follow it:
    How to enable USB debugging on Android.
    Kingoroot connect device

    Step 3: Root your Android Phone.
    Having got the rooting permission, the program will detect your Android device information, click the "Root" button to root your phone, this will take a couple of minutes to finish, keep patient.

    Note: During the rooting process, the android phone may restart several times, Please don't use and disconnect the device.

    Once completed, you will see a window appear with "ROOT SUCCEED". That's all about the Android device rooting process.
    Kingoroot succeed

    Part 2. How to Remove Root on Android
    Rooting your device can give you a lot more control over it, but it also will usually void your warranty and make repairs a hassle. Rooting also makes installing OTA (over-the-air) updates more difficult. Luckily, you can quickly unroot most devices with a few simple steps.

    Step 1: Run the Kingoroot & connect your Android phone
    Lauch the Kingoroot on your PC & connect your Android phone with computer, then enable USB debugging on Android phone. Follow the below guide to enable USB debugging on different Android Version:
    Enable USB debugging on Android.
    Kingoroot remove root

    Step 2: Remove Root from Android
    Then, click on the "REMOVE ROOT" button to root your Android phone. Wait for a few minutes till the entire process gets completed to 100%. So easy, right? Kingoroot Unroot Success

    Part 3. Other tools to root Android Phone
    If you can't root your Android phone, Accept Kingoroot, there are some other tools you can have a try or know:
    1. Oneclickroot
    Oneclickroot

    2. iRoot
    iRoot
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