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How to ROOT any android device

Hi, everyone in this article I will teach you how to root any android device, or you say “how to root HTC, Samsung, Huawei and many more. In today’s world, most of the apps need root access to run on the Android device. So I’m here to teach you to step by step to root your android device and get access to a lot of things that you cannot access it.

Before the start, this tutorial makes sure your Android device is connected to a Wi-Fi network or data connection.

Step 1: You guys need an app called Kingroot, but this app is not on Google play store so to download that app use this link to download it:

Kingroot Apk Download

Step 2: So, after downloading this app. Go to setting, and in the security, the setting makes sure you enable unknown sources to install this app. So when you allow it to go to file manager and install the app on your android device.

Step 3: After the installation is completed. Open the app and make sure your android is connected to your Wi-Fi or data connection. And then you are ready to go.

Step4: Wait until that process is completed and congrats you root your Android device with these four steps.

If you want to check whether or not your android is rooted or not, go to Google play store, download the root checker app to check whether or not your android is rooted or not.

Pro Tip: If you are having trouble to root your android device with this process. So I will give you another advice that you apply to get your android device rooted. You need to download the pc version of this Kingroot and connect your device to the computer and get android rooted.

So that’s all from this tutorial, “How to root any android device.” I hope this will help you to root your android device.

Thank You


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