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[ROOT ANDROID][2.x-6.0] KINGROOT: The One-Click Root Tool for Almost All Devices

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Zacharee1

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Friendly isn't the word I would use, but okay. The reason I didn't take your advise is because I know enough about my own situation that I don't need to go and make a whole new thread about it, and my issue does not just pertain to the Nexus 7 2013. If I had a working USB port and needed to reflash TWRP that would be different, as I would need the Nexus Root Toolkit or something of that nature. At this point I understand I need root and I can't use a PC to get it. KingRoot is one of the better one-click root options so I simple asked if anyone had any luck with it on 7.0. Simple as that. As you have admitted you don't know anything about the Nexus 7, and you also don't seem to know much about KingRoot, so why did you feel the need to reply to me at all?
Because I was trying to help, which we apparently don't do here.
 
Friendly isn't the word I would use, but okay. The reason I didn't take your advise is because I know enough about my own situation that I don't need to go and make a whole new thread about it, and my issue does not just pertain to the Nexus 7 2013. If I had a working USB port and needed to reflash TWRP that would be different, as I would need the Nexus Root Toolkit or something of that nature. At this point I understand I need root and I can't use a PC to get it. KingRoot is one of the better one-click root options so I simple asked if anyone had any luck with it on 7.0. Simple as that. As you have admitted you don't know anything about the Nexus 7, and you also don't seem to know much about KingRoot, so why did you feel the need to reply to me at all?

I'm in the situation. :crying: There's no way to root without a PC. I've requested research but the amount of request always seem to go back to 0.
 

yossijoe

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it is unlocked it says root failed :(

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The bootloader is unlocked idk why it wont root was it cuzz i updated with ruu to marshmellow idk
So flash twrp & SuperSU

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I tried the SM-G900T file, and i am running android 5.1.1
Twrp & SuperSU

Sent from my Motorola XT1528 using XDA Labs

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Will this allow me to root my galaxy s5 and use the wifi hotspot without paying the extra sprint charge every month?
If it's on a recent Android version, it won't root
However there are other methods out there

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leahcimewol

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I just wanted to say thank you for all your hard work and to let you know that I managed after a couple tries to root a generic Chinese tablet with your kingroot.apk at first for some reason or other I had temporary root because it disappeared when my device rebooted. Used the kingroot app again followed by super-sume to remove it, no offense. Anyway super-sume was a waste of money, could not remove kingroot but it did something because now with the combination of kingroot, the removal of purify and the use of super-sume I now have permanent root, checked a number of times using both basic root checker from JRummy and also CPU-Z, both report successful root. Have not rebooted again, too afraid I will lose root?! Anyway I just wanted to update you so you can add another device to your list of compatible devices and the device I managed to root is a quad core A33 processor type tablet using the exdroid board, 1.34ghz suni hardware, android 4.4.2, model number Q51278A33, Firmware v2.0 rest of details like build number etc are in attached photo. Thanks again and keep up the good work. Purify is good but the reason I got rid of it is it seemed to conflict with busybox and I could not install the SU BINARY until purify was removed. Thought you might like to know that for future reference. Cheers
 

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smehdizade

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Samsung a700yd

I have Samsung a700yd and root it with king root , but after restart my phone root permission was denied and i should re root my device
 

Falcon9999

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Hi guys. Is the root achieved with the kingroot app a kind of fake root?? What I mean by that is, every time I root my htc one x with the app and I delete the unnecessary pre installed apps, then the apps of course disappear. But whenever my phone decides to crash and reboot the root is gone and all those deleted apps are back again! I would really appreciate if someone could explain this to me or advise how to fix it. Thanks.
 

maniacofdeath

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Hi guys. Is the root achieved with the kingroot app a kind of fake root?? What I mean by that is, every time I root my htc one x with the app and I delete the unnecessary pre installed apps, then the apps of course disappear. But whenever my phone decides to crash and reboot the root is gone and all those deleted apps are back again! I would really appreciate if someone could explain this to me or advise how to fix it. Thanks.
When you root using kingroot the root is permanent
 

Zacharee1

Recognized Developer / Retired Forum Moderator
Hi guys. Is the root achieved with the kingroot app a kind of fake root?? What I mean by that is, every time I root my htc one x with the app and I delete the unnecessary pre installed apps, then the apps of course disappear. But whenever my phone decides to crash and reboot the root is gone and all those deleted apps are back again! I would really appreciate if someone could explain this to me or advise how to fix it. Thanks.

No, it's real, but for many phones it's only temporary. When you reboot, root is lost.

Some phones also have a system partition protection built into the ROM, which prevents any system apps from actually being deleted. I'm not entirely sure how it works, but I think the system partition is checked on every boot and if it's been changed, it gets reset.

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I have Samsung a700yd and root it with king root , but after restart my phone root permission was denied and i should re root my device

Most of the time, KingRoot is only temporary, as the exploits found are usually found in what's loaded in RAM.

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When you root using kingroot the root is permanent

Unless your phone doesn't have a permanent root exploit that's been found.
 
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Falcon9999

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No, it's real, but for many phones it's only temporary. When you reboot, root is lost.

Some phones also have a system partition protection built into the ROM, which prevents any system apps from actually being deleted. I'm not entirely sure how it works, but I think the system partition is checked on every boot and if it's been changed, it gets reset.

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Most of the time, KingRoot is only temporary, as the exploits found are usually found in what's loaded in RAM.

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Unless your phone doesn't have a permanent root exploit that's been found.

I see, thanks for the clarification. Would replacing kingroot with Super SU make it permanent or should I do a root with a PC ?
 

Donna80

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Hi,

Where can I ask a quick question please?

I've just bought a new Kindle Fire HD 6 and am looking to root it. I'm presently updating to version 5.2.1 (as I believe that's the latest rootable version to use?), and then I will side load KingRoot apk with an Explorer app, and run it. Is this correct please?
 
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yossijoe

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Hi,

Where can I ask a quick question please?

I've just bought a new Kindle Fire HD 6 and am looking to root it. I'm presently updating to version 5.2.1 (as I believe that's the latest rootable version to use?), and then I will side load KingRoot apk with an Explorer app, and run it with the WiFi disabled. Is this correct please?
Not sure what you mean with "run it with the WiFi disabled"
Kingroot needs a data connection to work

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Donna80

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Hi
Hi,

Where can I ask a quick question please?

I've just bought a new Kindle Fire HD 6 and am looking to root it. I'm presently updating to version 5.2.1 (as I believe that's the latest rootable version to use?), and then I will side load KingRoot apk with an Explorer app, and run it. Is this correct please?
I tried KingRoot and it failed at 29% every time, then after looking online a while longer the device updated itself to 5.3.1 without asking.

This might be a dead end.
 
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    PLEASE READ
    1. Rooting carries a risk and may void your device's warranty.
    2. Google Security may block the installation of Kingroot. Either choose to "Install Anyway" or disable your internet connection to continue.
    3. There is both an Android version and a PC version available. Please be aware that the PC version may flash a third party recovery onto your device.
    4. In case Purify isn't something you need, it can be easily removed.
    5. If you uninstall KingRoot, you will lose root access. Reinstalling and re-rooting should be a simple process, however.
    6. While you certainly can replace KingRoot with SuperSU, we can't guarantee success.

    More information can be found below.

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    INTRODUCTION
    KingRoot is an amazing tool for anyone wants to obtain root. Whether you don't have enough experience for more advanced methods (or there are no other methods available), or you prefer a one-click solution, KingRoot is here for you. It's also completely FREE to use!
    While rooting with Kingroot, the most suitable root strategy will be deployed from cloud. This method ensures your device will be rooted, if a strategy is available. Most of our supported devices boast a success rate higher than 60%!

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    DOWNLOADS

    Download KingRoot 5.3.7

    MD5 Hash:
    e11eb2dae8620f28d11328a80385c8a6


    Get KingRoot PC in English



    Visit Purify

    If installed, Purify will help your device run faster, cooler and longer by killing resource-hogging background apps and preventing them from auto-starting. There is also a feature to help you organize and archive your notifications. Go try it out.

    Many of Purify's features require root. However, there are still plenty of things it can do if root is not available.

    Download Purify on Google Play

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    MORE INFO

    What's Installed

    • SU Binary -- This is required to obtain superuser (root) access. It's generally installed to /system/xbin.
    • Purify -- You can find more information about this in the downloads section. It will be installed to /data/app/.

    PC Version >>> Direct Download
    The PC version of KingRoot is more powerful than the Android version. If the mobile app isn't able to root your device, you may have more luck with this, especially if you own a Samsung device.

    If there is no available root strategy for your device
    Be patient! We are working to ensure as many devices as possible can enjoy root. If our app fails on your device, please use the in-app request system (which is automatic in later releases). Posting here won't speed the process up or give you special treatment. Success/failure reports are also automatic, so there's no need to post here about those, either.

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    Information Collection
    There is some discomfort about KingRoot's data collection, but there's nothing to worry about.

    If you are afraid we're taking your IMEI to use it to make a counterfeit phone, don't be. We have no interest or knowledge in that matter.

    Data collection is for more accurate deployment of available root strategies. We need to get some information about your device and the software running on it in order to provide you with the most successful root strategy we have for you.

    While we do collect your IMEI, it is encrypted in transit, and only used to accurately calculate the success rate of our root strategies.

    This information is not saved on our servers; it just isn't worth the trouble. We have a lot of users downloading and using our app. To host all that information, we'd need to spend large sums of money for server space, and that just isn't practical for a free service.

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    Videos & Tutorials

    KingRoot PC English Version Preview


    How to bypass the warnings from Google and install KingRoot successfully
    Video Maker: Andrea Cioccarelli & Lina Chen



    How to root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Verizon) with KingRoot
    Video Maker: DroidModderX ROOT Master



    How to ROOT Samsung Galaxy S6
    Video Maker: Kingroot team


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    Stay Tunned
    >>>>>>King Studio Facebook
    >>>>>>KINGROOT HOMEPAGE
    >>>>>>Purify Homepage
    >>>>>>Statement: Why KingUser needs internet connection and upload device information
    >>>>>>Global ROOT report
    >>>>>>Details of support list -Android Version: 2.2 , 2.3 , 4.0, 4.3, 4.4, 5.0
    >>>>>>FAQ

    >>>>>>Top Models with Android 6.0 that KingRoot Supports

    >>>>>>The very first one to ROOT Android 7.0http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/general/root-t3453428

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    Acknowledgement
    #1 We really appreciate the hard work of @idler1984 [KEEN team]. He helped us solve quite a lot of tech problems.
    #2 We would like to extend us sincere gratitude to maksnogin, he helped us translate KingRoot into Russian.
    #3 Thank you to Zachary for this new version of Kingroot Intro.
    We are deeply grateful of all of our volunteers and partners! Thank you!

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    XDA:DevDB Information
    KINGROOT: Tool/Utility for all devices (see above for details)

    Contributors
    Kingxteam

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: 5.0
    Stable Release Date:

    Created 2015-05-13
    Last Updated 2017-02-08

    XDA:DevDB Information
    KINGROOT, Tool/Utility for all devices (see above for details)

    Contributors
    Kingxteam

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: 4.6
    Stable Release Date: 2015-11-12

    Created 2015-05-13
    Last Updated 2018-06-20
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    FAQ


    Q: Why KingRoot can not be removed ?!
    A: This situation always happened on some devices with system protection mechanism such as SONY, HUAWEI and so on. Sometimes, root strategy only can close these system protection mechanism temporarily during root process. That's why KingRoot can be installed. However, after root finished or device reboot, system protection mechanism will enable again. After that, system can not be mounted. That's why KingRoot can not be removed.

    Q: What can I do if KingRoot can not be removed ?!
    A: If you can not remove KingRoot , please try to force stop KingRoot, clear data of it and root device with KingRoot again. Then unroot it immediately.

    Q: All questions about SuperSu !
    A: Please click here for answer.

    Q: How to improve root success rate (Especially for ZTE Zmax)?
    A: Click here for answer please

    Q: Why the desktop version can be better?? And which CUSTOM RECOVERY does it install?? Will it trig KNOX??
    A: Because of desktop version not depends on system exploit but to flash a Rom with Su binary, it's more easily and violent. CUSTOM RECOVERY includes CWN and some self made recovery which developed by ourselves or our partner teams. And we have a reason to believe that desktop version will trig KNOX

    Q: Does KingRoot on Samsung trig Knox flag to 0x1?
    A: Click here for answer please

    Q: Can KingRoot root the phone with wi-fi and mobile data turned off?
    A: No, it downloads the best exploit for the device, on the fly

    Q: Which permissions does this app exactly ask ?
    A: Permissions of KingRoot required all can be seen when you install it. We need so many permissions because some root solution need to be run on them.

    Q: What is the benefit of paying coders for support if the app is free?
    A: We sponsored by one of the biggest IT company of China, lots app of them need to get root access through us.

    Q: How to replace KingRoot with SuperSu?
    A: Click here for answer please(I'm not sure it can work perfectly and may be cause some unknown errors)

    Q: How to remove KingRoot ?
    A: Click here for answer please

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    4.6 What's new:
    @maksnogin
    We would like to extend us sincere gratitude to maksnogin, he help us translate KingRoot into Russian. We are deeply grateful of his help
    We are the first one can root Android 5.1 - 6.0(Especially for 5.1), enjoy it !
    Add Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Hindi and Indonesian five languages
    New software architecture, decrease RAM consuming
    Enhance Root core, active protecting apps
    Upgrade Auto-start and Uninstall tool
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    Statement: Why KingUser need internet connection and upload device information

    Lots users don’t know what information KingUser upload what they are used for. Hence, we want to have an official statement here to tell users what happened in the end. Everyone can find what information we upload in INFORMATION COLLECTION section on our home page of XDA thread. We hope everyone can see it first. This statement will explain how we use these information.

    Specifically, we use these information to enhance user experience of KingRoot and help us improve ability, algorithm and technical of KingRoot. What’s more, information we collected will help people who have no idea with root but harassed by pre-installed and auto start apps as well, especially in Asia and Africa.

    We will explain more details below.

    Firstly, we collect information for calculating root strategy success rate and device adaption rate, in order to rank what device we should research priority. Because of limited recourse and people, we can’t research all device at same time. We will try to root device which have the most failed count or most submit count of adaption request. We want to help most people priority. The form below is a result of calculation which based on information we collected.

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    Secondly, we dedicate to build the users vote system for all apps, in order to fulfil system security demand of users. For example, many users don’t what apps should be granted root access when they first use it. We want to help them through our users vote system.

    Specifically, you will vote for an app when you choose agree or deny to grant it root access. Through big data analysis, we will find out which app is reliable and which one is not even dangerous. That’s why you can find “X% users allowed” during authorization process. You help us build this system and this system will help you and other users in the end.

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    Finally, King Studio solemnly declare here, we will never give these information to any third party, never use these information for political usage, never sell them to any other business organizations and never harm rights of users.

    We appreciate your support and understanding and we will never have progress if without you. Thank you very much!