How To Root Almost Any Android Device Without A Computer – The One Touch Method | Get Fixed

How To Root Almost Any Android Device Without A Computer – The One Touch Method | Get Fixed


What’s going on guys? Bendji D here from
Get Fixed and today I’ll be showing you the quickest and easiest way to root any android
device, but before I do that, let’s go over some of the reasons you may want to root your
device. Well for one you can get paid apps for free and also get unlimited free in app
purchases. For example, apps like temple run and subway surfer has a store which allows
you to purchase coins and some other things to help you stay ahead in the game.
Number two. You can get tethering for free. For those who don’t know, tethering is like
phone into a mobile WiFi router, for other WiFi enabled devices to use. Many phone companies
in the US like Metro PCS, T Mobile, and Verizon loves to charge their users an extra $20 to
$30 bucks a month for the mobile Hot spot feature, but with rooting, you can get it
for free without being charged a dime. Nice. Number three. You can delete any bloat ware
applications taking up some of that valuable space on your phone. You know. Those apps
you don’t necessarily use but can’t be deleted from your phone, yeah those. What’s the deal
with that right? can delete anything, and I do mean anything including your camera and
gallery app if your phone is rooted. Number four. Overclocking your device and
changing the amount of power your phone consumes. This means that you now have the ability to
help your phones battery last a bit longer. Wanna know what else needs to last a little
bit longer? See if you can fill in the blank, your stamina in___, running a marathon. Dirty
minded, you’re dirty. Number five. You can get the latest firmware
updates for your Android device without having to upgrade to a new phone.
Number six. You can install apps on your SD card. And Last but not least, number seven.
The ability to customize anything on your whether it’s the theme, keyboard layout,
the way your messages look, anything really. Now let’s get on to actually rooting your
device. I’ll show you this device is not currently rooted using root checker. See that. What
you will need is an application called King root, the link is in the description below.
XDA is a certified and legit root developer so don’t worry too much about anything going
wrong during the process of rooting. Be sure to read through a disclaimer and also know
that rooting the device will void your warranty. I hold no responsibility for anything going
wrong with your device. Once you reach the bottom of the disclaimer, you’ll find an orange
download button. Click it, and it should only take a few seconds to download. Before you
install King rule you must first enable USB debugging to do that going to the Settings
scroll down until you find the about phone tab, click it. Now go down to build number
and tap it about 5 to 7 times until you get a message saying you are now developer. Go
back and you will notice in new settings called developer options, click it. Make sure its
turned on and check USB debugging. You can turn USB debugging off after you’ve completely
rooted the device. Now that developer options is turned on, open up the King root apk you
just downloaded. Make sure unknown sources is checked in the device settings under the
Security tab. Once the installation is completed, Tap open. You can read the introduction info
on the screen or swipe up to skip it all. All you have to do now is click this orange
orange Android button to start rooting your device. But before you root the device, make
sure you are connected to the Internet, and your phone battery is about 20%. Now you are
free to root your device. What makes King root one of the best rooting method is for
one you don’t have to connect to a computer and transfer the routing files manually, & 2,
it uses clouding system that allows the program to figure out the best way to root the phone
based on the device you have. And that should be it. Don’t do anything illegal and happy rooting.

100 thoughts to “How To Root Almost Any Android Device Without A Computer – The One Touch Method | Get Fixed”

  1. its not verifying root…it says network error – unable to get root strategy from cloud, although my net is fast…what do I do now? pls help me I'm desperate to get this phone rooted. And I'm using a moto E running on android version 5.1 which I upgraded yesterday.

  2. I tried it on my note 5. And It kept saying it didn't work and I tried again like 7 times and my phone just started to freeze so bad I had to Uninstall it

  3. king root is not working in HTC 816 Desire dual sim you have sum other way to root my phone no pc than pleas halpe me

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