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Is kingo safe to use at the moment ?

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4th January 2014, 02:00 PM   |  #1  
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Hi guys, was just wondering if kingo with new updates is safe to use now, or it still steals our IMEI (and potentionaly EFS folder )? I can't find information anywhere.
4th January 2014, 05:57 PM   |  #2  
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Hi guys, was just wondering if kingo with new updates is safe to use now, or it still steals our IMEI (and potentionaly EFS folder )? I can't find information anywhere.

Kingoroot no is supported by XDA. Write a message/mail to the creator
EDIT: Anyway take a look: HERE
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Kingoroot no is supported by XDA. Write a message/mail to the creator
EDIT: Anyway take a look: HERE

Thanks for that, I have seen that already, but I don't know if it works with MKF?
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Am I at risk?
Hi,
I used kingoroot before I even knew it was a threat. I was wondering if it continually causes a threat even after the rooting process is finished, If there is anything that can be done about the data already transferred, and if I should unroot and try a different method. If so, which one? Basically how much at risk am I right now? Thank you
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