KingoRoot is a free software application designed to give root access to any Android devices, including smartphones, tablets, and more. The software works by allowing users to use “extended” Android capabilities like installing applications, downloading and installing applications, and so on. It also works as an “unlocker” that allows users to use the device’s normal, built-in features, without having to root their phone first.
KingRoot was created by two IT experts, Andy Taylor and Matthew Geddes. They came up with the idea of developing the app when the two had been talking about what could be done to improve the user experience on a smartphone. Andy and Matthew have both worked in computer software for many years, and they found that they could enhance their skills with the use of Android. Andy and Matthew wanted to find an application that would make rooting a smartphone much easier, and KingRoot was born.
Although KingRoot is one of the easiest apps to install
Although KingRoot is one of the easiest apps to install and use on an Android smartphone or tablet, the developers say that it is not actually designed to break the phone. Instead, the app is designed to work as an “unlocker,” which allows users to use regular, built-in Android functionality without having to root their phones first. KingRoot also works with phones from nearly all of the major manufacturers, including Samsung, Motorola, LG, Sony Ericsson, and others.
Unfortunately, KingRoot still requires users to have a rooted device in order to function properly. To use this feature, users must first download KingRoot, then install the program. This is an easy process that takes only a few minutes to complete but is not recommended for users who do not have enough technical knowledge to complete it on their own.
The other reason why KingRoot still requires users to have a rooted smartphone or tablet is because of a bug in the software that can prevent users from being able to run applications on their phones. Users should avoid installing new applications on their phones until KingRoot fixes this bug.
In addition to these two issues, KingRoot also comes with some useful features. Users can create backup folders and backup files on the phone through a mobile restore function, and they can choose which types of ringtones are enabled on their device. Users can also see the current time and date on their phones and view their battery life.