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How to Root Any Android Phone Without a Computer

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Android Rooting

So what is “Rooting Android”? If you are reading this, I’ll assume you probably know what rooting is. For those who don’t it is simply a way to gain full access to your android phone. Meaning, you can perform certain actions that require admin privileges. Some apps on the Google Play store requires your device to be rooted in order to use.

In this short tutorial, we’ll be looking at how to root any android device without the use of a computer. You will simply install an app and use it to root your android device. The app we will be using is called KingRoot. We have installed it on several of our devices and proven to work all the time. If you encounter any issues, don’t hesitate to leave us a comment below for help.



The Steps

DISCLAIMER: Rooting your device MAY sometimes cause some issues on certain devices. So we advice that you backup your important data before rooting. We shall not be held responsible for any damage caused.

Supported Devices

This method of rooting supports a large number of Android devices.

KingRoot Supported Devices

KingRoot Supported Devices


Follow the steps outlined below to get root access on your device in no time.


STEP 1: Download and install KingRoot from the official website:

There are two download options available. Select the Android version as we will be using and android device in this tutorial.

Download For Android

Download For Android


Installation Screen

Installation Screen



STEP 2: Now open the installed app and tap on orange option with the caption “Get Now”.

This will start the rooting process. A progress icon will then appear on the screen. At this point, wait for it to complete. Your device will restart at some point in time. So don’t panic when that happens. (Remember the caution to do a backup?  🙂


KingRoot Interface

KingRoot Interface


Rooting Progress

STEP 3: At this point, the process should be complete, and your device may reboot. It’s advisable to wait for your device to reboot before proceeding.


After your device reboots, you need to check to see whether the root was successful. Download this app called Root Checker from the Google Play Store.

Root Checker Confirmation

Root Checker Confirmation

Once you get this message on your phone, you’re good to go. Leave comments below for help and questions you may have.
Happy rooting!




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