An Android app for rooting your Android devices
- Category Root
- License Free
- Version 5.0.1
- Size 18 MB
- Works under Android
- Package name com.kingroot.kinguser
- Author kingroot studio
The KingRoot Android app is an application for mobile devices that allows users to root their devices in a quick and easy fashion.
The KingRoot 5.0.2 App: What It Is
Being able to root a smartphone or tablet is a popular process because it allows an Android user to maintain privileged control over operating system features and various subfeatures of the Android OS. Because Android uses the Linux kernal, rooting an Android device allows users to have full-range administrative control, which overcomes limitations of the small sized mobile OS. And in terms of rooting a mobile device's OS, the KingRoot Android app is probably one of the best on the entire market.
After pressing on a blue button (the only main available rooting button on the app), users only need to wait a couple of seconds until their devices become rooted. The app then finishes working and shuts itself off, so you don't have to worry about it being in the way. Of course, this app is only available for the Android OS, and it won't be compatible with any Apple products like the iPhone or iPad. It also doesn't work very well, or sometimes at all, with some Android devices like Moto G. Other than that, however, it seems to work just fine on everything else. It's a very small file that won't sap up a lot of processing power when you're operating it. It will download in seconds, and other than rooting the device, you can also check out an analytics section of the app that will inform you about certain security risks you might want to fix, or ways to purify your network. You can also optimize your device for better speed and performance by using this app.
Pros and Cons of KingRoot
- Very fast and easy program
- Has one-touch rooting feature
- Allows users to optimize performance
- Great app for experienced Android users
- Won't work on all devices
- Rooting leaves your devices vulnerable
- Chance of a “bricking” effect, where the device freezes