KingRoot may stop working if you update your Android version. Currently, mobile devices manufacturers try to avoid the rooting of their devices, so you may need to reset the app to be able to use it.
Notice your android device is starting to become slow or laggy? You are not the only one with this problem. Most android users feedback a slow or laggy experience after a certain period of usage. But with a rooted device, speeding up your phone can be done easily to allow users to enjoy a smooth and seamless experience. Read more >
Remember the frustration of a dying phone in the middle of the day? If you want your phone to last through the day, rooting your android device can provide you many solutions and alternatives for conserving and managing your battery consumption with ease & convenience. Read more >
Backing up your phones or tablets is one of the biggest frustrations for an android users. One has to either pay for a good backup app or find it really troublesome to backup your data. With a rooted android device, users will be able to use powerful & easy backup apps to backup important data effortlessly. Read more >
Sick and tired of the usual look and feel of your user interface in Android devices? A rooted phone or tablets gives you admin access to change almost everything from color to icons and even animation. Command 100% freedom and pimp your Android devices easily with KingRoot. Read more >
When you purchase an android device, it comes with a number of apps that you may need or may be completely useless. They occupy a lot of storage in your device and cannot be uninstalled. These apps are called Bloatware. As mentioned already, you cannot remove these apps in normal conditions. This is the situation where you need to root your android.
After you root your android, download Titanium Backup or any of the system app remover applications from the Google play store. If you download Titanium Backup, open it, wait for apps to load and tap the app you want, and tap uninstall. BOOM! You are done.
Though you can back up apps or games on your device easily without rooting, you cannot back up the data app is using. It means that whenever you restore the apps from the backup, it is the same as installing from Google Play. After rooting with KingRoot, you can also back up the data from the apps. It means after restoring the app, you will completely get exact same app in exact the same condition along with your settings, login details, etc. This kind of backup is much more useful than the normal backup and is much easier and faster.
KingRoot uses advanced technology that allows you to root your phone and open it up to more possibilities. Since you are gaining root access, you have full administrative privileges in enhancing the way your phone looks and functions. In particular, you can install custom ROM to your Android device once you have rooted it. This modified and feature-rich version of the Android OS includes additional features, unique themes, and tweaks that all account for enhanced mobile device performance.CyanogenMod, for instance, is among the popular custom ROMs available for rooted phones, which offers interesting features including lock screen gestures, DSP equalizer, CPU overclock and underclocking, and a complete theme engine along with its very own theme store. Another excellent custom ROM you can find is Paranoid Android, which offers UI customization, floating notifications and multitasking, gesture controls, and hidden navigation PIE mode. Keep in mind, though, that it only supports a limited number of Android devices including Oppo, OnePlus, and Google Nexus.By rooting your phone, you can use an unreleased version of Android without any limitations. Customization is only possible with rooted phones considering certain restrictions in terms of the availability of these newer versions to mobile devices. Hence, by using KingRoot, you have an opportunity to make your device more personalized for enhanced browsing and overall user experience.
Some users ask questions like why does KingRoot has a PC version when there is an independent android version that can root android without a PC? This seems to be somehow logical but the PC version is also a useful PC version of KingRoot and supports way more devices than the android version.
In every case, whether it is android, web hosting, or any other similar activities, root access means access to the core part of the system. It means if you gain root access to any system, you can do anything you want to do with that system.
Ans. It is up to you to decide. Actually, few people brick their device during rooting and now you can also root your device with a 100% safe method. So I think there is not much to worry about, but if you fear so much, please google whether people got an error while rooting the device you are using.
Q: What can I do if KingRoot cannot be removed?A: If you cannot remove KingRoot, please try to force stop KingRoot, clear data of it, and root the device with KingRoot again. Then unroot it immediately.
Even those who have managed to root successfully have reported mixed results. For some, the app works immediately and roots the device during the first attempt. For others, the app freezes at 90% during the first rooting attempt but then succeeds to root during the second attempt. Others have reported that the Fire TV Stick needs to be rebooted by holding the PLAY and SELECT button while the Kingo Root app is stuck at 90%. Running the rooting process again after rebooting has worked for some.
I reinitialized the stick by pressing the center and play button, rebooted, but it did not work. King Root did not root the device. On the third try, I left King Root to work its magic and I became sidetracked in the kitchen removing some food items from the freezer and I might have been away for 10 minutes or slightly longer.
I wanted to add an update to my original post. I had to remove root because Playstation Vue refused to function. I am a cord cutter, I rely on cable for only internet service, and PlayStation Vue is my access to some cable channels I like to watch. So regrettably I restored the device back to normal. But I still have a Chromecast on each television and my Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is rooted and I can cast directly from the tablet to either stick.
Plus honestly I find people are scummy that sell the service of making it so you can access pirated content on your device. While I am not against pirating, I am against people profiting off the pirating.
Things will change once a company like APPLE (itunes) come an buys it all up or provide content for cheap. Just wait it will happen and the new Apple will possibly be Amazon as this website posted earlier this week how Amazon surveys in Germany are asking people there how they use their fire devices and how Kodi was on the survey.
Can verify myself that I managed to get root on 22.214.171.124, I tried multiple times and failed, I then tried restarting the device at 90 percent and relaunching it as soon as fire tv stick menu loaded up and got it the second attempt.
I sent over Kingo root 3.1 (latest version/op version) with apk to fire app on phone.I launched Kingo root (not sure if it was launched from within firestopper or from fire tv main menu), dont think that would make much difference but its a variable to consider.I waited for it to reach 90 percent (it sticks at various percentages for a few seconds) once it was on 90 percent I waited a number of seconds, probably around 45 to 50 seconds and held down home/play to restart.Once it restarted and as soon as the main fire tv menu loaded (but before firestopper loaded) I launched Kingo root again and clicked root.It started off and kicked me out to black screen for a couple seconds then firestopper loaded, I then quickly launched Kingo root again this time from within firestopper to find it already on 90 percent.After sitting on 90 percent again for a few seconds it reported root successful.Then send over super user.I then restore to defaults the fire tv stick and during the restore process my stick was updated to the newest version 126.96.36.199 (unintentionally).When it finished and loaded up I reinstalled Kingo root and without even trying to root again it reported it was already Rooted.
Fire TV stick, purchased at launch, never rooted before. Never connected to the web until Kingroot was announced. However, never rooted, just updated to the necessary software version. Then amazon changed to https updates, so inadvertently updated to Fire OS 5.0.5 then took off my network for several weeks until I read this post. Booted up stick without internet live connection and installed Kingo Root via Apps2Fire using my Fire tablet. Ran Kingo Root without rebooting, it stopped at 90% for about 30 seconds and then successfully rooted the stick without requiring any reboot. It worked the first time I tried. I have never installed Firestarter/Firestopper. Kodi is installed.
ok thanks for the confirmation , so is this like a full root? like can we install xposed framework and youtube ad block module and also use sixaxis to get a ps3 controller working on fire stick?and also does firestopper work?
Installed all 3 apks with adblink. used rotatescreen to lock in portrait. ran kingoroot and stuck on 90% for a little over a minute and came back with success! Installed SuperSU and everything is perfect! Thanx!!
Hi managed to root my firestick with the first try and installed supersu but how can you really know if your rooted or not. Opened supersu it works fine but when i installed luckypatcher, SuperSu crashed right away. Any ideas?
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