iRoot Alternative – How to Root Your Android Device without PC
We, like everybody else, sometimes happen to be satisfied with everything that is seen by our eyes and we are afraid or maybe not interested sometimes to explore the unseen. And eventually, we happen to reach a point where we find that their usage and customization are limited. Oh, how nice it would be if you are the master of your android phone? And how good it would be to be able to backup all your settings and apps instead of only a few of these? After hearing all this, I’m pretty sure that there’s a tinge up your nose, in wanting to check out on these unseen things. But how do we do that? Is there any way we can even think of something that could get us there? For all you doubters out there, yes, there is an answer to this problem. And the answer is rooting. You have to root your device.
“Rooting? What does it mean to root your device?” may be the questions arising in your minds. Don’t worry. Today I’m going to explain you all that you need to know about rooting and how is it going to be done and what are the available apps that allow you to root your device.
Rooting is the method that allows android users to attain any type of control over their android subsystems. We can obtain access to administrative permissions to the Linux kernel that android normally uses. A kernel is a core or the central part of an OS that serves as the basic for all the other parts of the system. So obtaining access to the kernel means that you have the entire system in your hands and you are the master of your device. After rooting you can alter any applications or replace them with the ones you like and the ones that are normally not feasible on an unrooted device.
You may even get change your entire operating system and start running apps that a normal unrooted device holder might not enjoy. Rooting is an analogy of jailbreaking (a term used in iOS) in android. It actually means bypassing most of the prohibitions to the users by the makers. Rooting enables you to modify your OS by unlocking a locked bootloader, though not all android devices, like HTC, Google, Sony, etc., lock their bootloaders. Only a few of them have it locked.
iRoot Alternative – Rooting without a PC:
Most rooting processes require the use of PC, but some don’t require them. One such app is the KingoRoot app. There are many apps available on the internet, but today we’ll see the steps to download and use the KingoRoot app.
How to use the KingoRoot app?
Below are given the steps to download and install the kingoRoot app:
- Download the kingoroot.apk file freely from the net.
- Install the kingoroot.apk on your device.
- Start rooting after launching the app.
- The result screen will appear in a few seconds.
- You may have succeeded or failed. For that, you may have to install and try the version many times and at one point, you will succeed.
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