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How to Root Android Devices

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Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

Before we go straight to how to root our Android phones, here are some things we'd better know before it:

Part 1: Before Rooting Android Devices
Part 2: Start Rooting Android Phone/Tablet

Part 1: Before Rooting Android Devices

1. What Is Root
With our Android rooted, we can get the highest privilege so that we can optimize and manage our Android device better.

2. Advantages of Rooting Android Phone Are Abundant
1. Remove pre-install apps to save space and battery;
2. Mute useless alerts or disable app permissions that we don't want;
3. Download some useful third-party apps, beautiful wallpapers and fonts on our Android phone;
4. Upgrade our old Android to the latest Android OS which has more powerful new features;
5. Use our Android phone/tablet and play games with the game controller paired on Bluetooth.

3. Possible Risks of Rooting Android
Though you will get lots of convenience after rooting Android, you should be aware of the possible risk before you decide to root your Android:
1. If your Android is still within warranty expiration, you'd better not root it. Warranty policy doesn't include rooted Android.
2. Your phone might behave wired after rooting and fails when you trying to upgrade your OEM.
3. If mishandled, your Android phone is likely to get bricked.

To prevent all these, you need to make sure that your Android has more than 50% battery left and back up your Android if you still worrying about your Android data.

4. What to Use
There are several useful root programs provided for Android users to root their Android, so that no matter you use Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola, Google Nexus or other smartphones that runs different OS of Android, you can find the compatible one for your Android phone/tablet. Today, I'd like to recommend two powerful root tools for you, which have the higher rate of success: One is Kingo Root the other is KingRoot.

Part 2: Start Rooting Android Phone/Tablets

1. Root Android Device with Kingo Root
a). Download and install Kingo Root on computer. After that, launch it and connect the Android phone to the computer via USB cable. (USB debugging needed to be enabled beforehand.)
Root Android Device with Kingo Root
b). When your Android phone is detected by the software, you can simply click on the "Root" button in the interface and make sure the USB cable is well connected during the whole process.
Root Android Phone/Tablet When Detected by Kingo Root
2. Root Android Device with KingRoot
a). Download, install and launch KingRoot on your computer. If your Android hasn't been rooted before, you will see the "Root access is unavailable" in the interface. Just click "START ROOT".
Root Android Phone/Tablet with KingRoot
b). After clicking on the blue "START ROOT" button in the interface, the software will start rooting your Android, when it succeeds, you will get the interface as below. Now, you can remove apps, purify system and even manage auto-start apps.
Successfully Root Android with KingRoot
Most Android phones supports KingRoot, Kingo Root, Root Genius, iRoot and more rooting software now, so you can try connect your Android phone/tablet to the computer and check the compatibility. Please feel free to leave comments below if you have any issue while using the Android root software.
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