How to Root Android 4.4(4.4.2 & 4.4.4) with KingoRoot
The sole fact that you are reading this article tells me that you want to root your Android device. By now, you must be familiar with what rooting is and what it does. Here is a little overview for those who might be new in the pack.
Rooting provides you access to core controls of your smartphone. Which means that you can do tasks that you couldn’t do on your non-rooted device. You can install custom ROM’s and play around with your device.
Rooting can be done with a PC, or sometimes right on your Android device. Kingoroot Android is one such app that allows “one-click root” for nearly all popular manufacturers. The rooting script in this app is universal one for Android 4.3,4.4 and 5.0 devices.
In this blog post, you’ll learn how to root Android device, with or without a PC.
Rooting Android 4.4.2 and 4.4.4 without a computer
This is the most convenient method you can root your device with. Before you start the rooting, make sure you check installation from unknown sources in device setting. This can be done by going to Settings > Security > Unknown Sources. Also, make sure that your device is connected to the internet.
1. Download kingoroot.Apk free from the official website.
2. Install the downloaded .apk and open the application.
3. Press “One click root” on the main app dashboard.
4. Wait for some time while the device would be rooted.
5. If it fails for the first time, try again a few times as the application downloads one script at a time, and using different scripts will bring different results.
If the rooting fails, use the PC version for rooting, it has far more success rate than Android app.
Rooting Android 4.4.2 and 4.4.4 with your computer
To continue, make sure you have the following things, a good internet connection in your PC, Android device which has at least 50% battery juice, and one USB data cable.
1. For starting, turn off the firewall or any anti-virus (don’t worry, the software is safe).
2. Enable the USB debugging mode on your smartphone from Settings > About Phone > Build number > Tap 7 times Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging.
3. Also, make sure that you have allowed installation from unknown sources
4. Download and install Kingo root PC version.
5. Connect your Android device to your computer with USB data cable. The software will detect driver on its own. Also, choose “Always allow from computer” when you get the prompt.
6. Once done, click on Root to start the process.
7. After a while, the software will show you whether the process was failure or success. In nearly all the cases, you’d be able to root your device without any problem.
Rooting your device is not always a good decision. Just like everything, it has its pros and cons. If you are thinking about rooting your device, make sure that you have a clear idea about why you want to root your device, there are many reasons why you may want to root your device, some of which include:-
Getting more access to your device, change the UI to get a different look, install a completely new ROM on your device and much more. There are also several applications that run only on rooted devices; you may be rooting your device to use one such application.
But, on the other hand, there are some applications that don’t run on rooted smartphones. So, make sure you do a proper research and backup before rooting.