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25 March 2015 - 13:33

How to root an Android device

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Root is a process like the jailbreak on the IDevices. When you root your device you actually unlock you operating system and you can uninstall any apps on your device even the apps from Google, replace your OS with a custom ROM, overclock you CPU and you can customize everything on the device.

If you do something wrong while the rooting process you can brick you device and this will make the smartphone useless, so be careful. There are many programs that will help you with the root process but we will show you how to use Kingo Android Root.

First step is to check the list for the compatible devices and if you see your device on this list you can download Kingo Android Root.

Next you have to enable the USB debugging from the Developer Options. To activate the Developer Option you have to go to the Settings menu, About Phone and tap several times the Build Number and then will appear the message "You are now a developer!".

After you enabled the USB Debugging you have to run Kingo Root from the PC, connect your device and wait for the program to recognize your device.

The last step is to click the Root button and wait for Kingo Root to finish the job.

The good part is that you can remove the root very easy using Kingo Root, you have to connect your device and the click Remove Root and the process will be reversed.

Be careful when you root your device because we are not responsible for problems that may appear during the rooting process!

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