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How To Root Or Unroot All Android Smartphones? (All Models)


Hi, guys this is a very simple tutorial to root or unroot your Android Smartphone in very easy and hustle free steps, in fact this method is compatible on almost all Green Bot Smartphones. Who ever your hardware manufacturer is this steps will definitely root your Android Smartphone.

This method is based on the Kingo Rooting Software, the main advantage is that we don’t need any other software. It will automatically download and install all the necessary softwares from the Internet so you are worry free.

This method is compatible on Google Nexus 4,  Google Galaxy Nexus (GSM),  Google Nexus S,  Google Nexus One,  HTC 920E,  HTC Wildfire S,  HTC Wildfire,  HTC Vision,  HTC Thunderbolt,  HTC Tattoo,  HTC Sensation,  HTC Salsa,  HTC Runnymede,  HTC Rhyme,  HTC Rezound,  HTC Raider 4G,  HTC Primotd,  HTC Primotds,  HTC One X,  HTC One V,  HTC One S (S3),  HTC One S,  HTC One,  HTC Mytouch 4G Slide,  HTC Mytouch 4G,  HTC Mytouch 3G,  HTC Magic,  HTC Legend,  HTC Incredible S (G11),  HTC Incredible 2,  HTC Incredible,  HTC Hero 200,  HTC Hero,  HTC EVO Shift 4G,  HTC EVO 4G,  HTC EVO 3D GSM,  HTC EVO 3D CDMA,  HTC Droid Eris,  HTC Dream,  HTC Desire Z,  HTC Desire S,  HTC Desire HD,  HTC Desire,  HTC Chacha,  HTC Aria,  HTC Amaze 4G,  Motorola Defy Me 525,  Motorola Defy Me 525+,  LG Optimus Black (P970),  LG Optimus 2X (P990),  LG Optimus One (P500),  LG Optimus 3D (P920),  LG Optimus G2X (P999),  LG Optimus Pro (C660),  LG Optimus Hub (E510),  LG Optimus Sol (E730),  LG Optimus LTE (LU6200),  LG Optimus L3 (E400),  LG Optimus Net (P690),  LG Optimus 2X SU660,  LG Optimus 3D Max P720,  LG Optimus L3 E405,  LG Optimus L5 E615,  LG Optimus L5 II Dual E455,  LG Optimus L5 E610,  LG Optimus L9 P760,  LG Optimus LTE SU640,  LG Optimus Vu 2,  Sony Xperia Z Ultra C6802,  Sony C1504 Xperia E,  Sony Xperia ZL C6502,  Sony Xperia P(LT22i),  Sony Xperia Acro S(LT26w),  Sony Xperia TX (LT29i),  Sony Xperia S (LT26i),  Sony Xperia Z (L36h),  Sony Xperia Arc S (LT18i),  Sony Xperia Arc (LT15i),  Sony Xperia Neo (MT15i),  Huawei A199,  Huawei C8650,  Huawei C8810,  Huawei C8812,  Huawei C8812e,  Huawei C8813,  Huawei C8813D,  Huawei C8813Q,  Huawei C8815,  Huawei C8825D,  Huawei C8950D,  Huawei G510,  Huawei G520,  Huawei G520 T10,  Huawei G610C,  Huawei HN3,  Huawei MT1,  Huawei P6 C00,  Huawei P6 T00,  Huawei P6 U06,  Huawei T8620,  Huawei T8830,  Huawei T8830 Pro,  Huawei T8833,  Huawei T8951,  Huawei U8833,  Huawei U8860,  Huawei U9508,  Huawei Y210C,  Huawei Y210S,  Huawei Y300C,  Huawei Y320T,  Huawei Y500,  Huawei U9200,  Huawei U9200E,  Huawei U9500,  Alcatel One Touch 995,  Alcatel One Touch D918,  Alcatel One Touch D918d,  Alcatel One Touch Evolve,  Alcatel One Touch Fierce,  Alcatel One Touch Fierce 1,  Alcatel One Touch Hero,  Alcatel One Touch iDol S,  Alcatel One Touch Idol X,  Alcatel One Touch POP C5,  Alcatel One Touch Scribe Easy,  Alcatel One Touch Snap LTE,  Alcatel OT 991,  Alcatel OT 997d,  Alcatel OT iDol,  Alcatel OT iDol Ultra,  Alcatel OT Scribe HD,  Alcatel OT Star 6010 Silver,  Alcatel POP C3,  Lenovo A60,  Lenovo A60+,  Lenovo A390,  Lenovo A630,  Lenovo A690,  Lenovo A706,  Lenovo A800,  Lenovo A820,  Lenovo A830,  Lenovo A850,  Lenovo iDeaphone K860,  Lenovo K800,  Lenovo K900 New,  Lenovo Lephone S560,  Lenovo Lephone S880,  Lenovo P700,  Lenovo P700i,  Lenovo P780,  Lenovo S720,  Lenovo S820,  Lenovo S890,  Lenovo S920,  Micromax A25,  Micromax A50 Ninja,  Micromax Ninja A54,  Micromax A57 Ninja 3.0,  Micromax Viva A72,  Micromax Viva A73,  Micromax Viva A73,  Micromax A87 Ninja 4.0,  Micromax A88,  Micromax Ninja A89,  Micromax A90,  Micromax A90s,  Micromax Ninja A91,  Micromax A111 Canvas Doodle,  Micromax A115 Canvas 3D,  Micromax Funbook Infinity P275,  Acer Iconia Tab A100,  Acer Iconia Tab A101,  Acer Iconia A1-810,  Acer Iconia A1-811,  Acer Iconia A200,  Acer Iconia A211,  Acer Iconia A500,  Acer Iconia A501,  Acer Iconia A700,  Acer Iconia B1-A71,  Acer Liquid E1 Dual V360,  Acer Liquid Z110 Duo,  Acer Liquid Z2,  Acer Liquid Z3,  ASUS Nexus 7 2013,  ASUS Nexus 7,  ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T,  ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TG,  ASUS Eee Pad Transformer TF101,  ASUS Transformer Prime TF201,  ASUS Transformer Prime TF700T,  ASUS Memo Pad ME172V,  ASUS MeMO Pad Smart ME301T,  ASUS PadFone 2 and  ASUS PadFone Infinity 2.

Steps To Root Or Unroot Your Android Smartphone (HTC, LG, Sony, Huawei, Alcatel, Micromax, Lenova, Acer and ASUS)

1. First things first, make a complete backup of all your phone data including contacts, photos etc. Also enable USB debugging your Android Smartphone.

2. Now download the Kingo Android Rooting software from this link

3. Once the file is downloaded install it on your PC.

4. Now connect your Android Smartphone to your PC using the USB cable and wait for the driver files to be installed.

5. Now open the Kingo App, check the below screenshoot for reference;

6. Once the installation is confirmed, disconnect the USB cable from your Android device. Now close and open the Kingo App and you will see a similar screen like the one shown in the below screen print.

Once the connection is successfully established you will be able to see a similar screen like the one given below.

Now enable USB debugging if not done already.

7. In the next steps select your appropriate android firmware version and click OK. When you see the below screen click OK and click “Grant” on your Android Smartphone.

8. When you click OK the next screen which is given below will appear.

Now click “Root” and you will be guided to the below screen.

Please wait for the rooting procedure to get completed.

If the rooting was successful then you will get a similar screen like the one given above….That’s it guys you have successfully rooted your Android Smartphone.

Now we can begin the unrooting steps for your Android Smartphone.

Steps To Unroot Android Smartphone (HTC, LG, Sony, Huawei, Alcatel, Micromax, Lenova, Acer and ASUS)

This method works only on the Android Smartphones which are rooted by the Kingo App. If your device is rooted using any other method, please don’t try this method as it will not work.

We are assuming that you have already downloaded and installed the Kingo App, if not please download it from the link given in the starting part of this tutorial.

1. First please open the Kingo Android Rooting software on your PC, then connect your Android Smartphone using USB cable with USB Debugging mode enabled.

2. Once you have connected your Android Smartphone successfully with your PC then you will get a similar screen like the one given below;

3. In the next step please click “Remove Root” and you will be guided to the below given screen;

Pleas wait for the procedure to get completed.

If the procedure went successfully then you will get message “Remove ROOT Succeeded” from the Kingo ROOT app.

Enjoy your Android Smartphone is now “Unrooted”.

If you have faced any issues while rooting/unrooting your Android Smartphone don’t hesitate, please feel free to post it in the comment section below, don’t worry I will help you as fast I can.

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