How to Root Smartphones Running Android 8.0/8.1 Oreo

Except you have a good amd genuine reason that requires you to root your device, it’s highly recommended not to root your device in order not to lose your warranty.

However, for those who want to still go ahead, we are in for you with this simple guide. This post is only recommened for devices running Android 8.0/8.1 operating system, and those who would like to explore more with their device. With this simple guide, well followed, you can root your device easily using KingoRoot.

ALSO READ: Download Best 3 Rooting Apps: Kingroot APK, SuperSU Pro, Kingo Root

Before you start,

1.Your battery must be 95% charged

2. Ensure you have a reliable internet connection

3. Back up everything on your device

Steps to Root Your Smartphone

Step ONE: Download KingoRoot freely from this link. if Chrome warns you about KingoRoot.apk, just click “OK” to proceed.

Step TWO: Install KingoRoot apk

If you receive the “Install Block” information, take the following steps. Head to phone Settings  > Security > Unknown sources > Check the box and allow download from unknown source.

ALSO READ: See the SOLUTION to Kingroot error on your Android phone

Step THREE: Installing KingoRoot

Once your download is complete, Launch the KingoRoot app and click “One Click Root” to start.

Step FOUR: Root Result:

Wait for the rooting to complete 100%. If fail to root, please try with the KingoRoot PC version below, for its higher successful rate of rooting than APK due to some technical reasons.

Getting Root Privilege using KingoRoot PC version

Step 1: Download KingoRoot PC version HERE

Step 2: Install the downloaded app and make sure you are still connected to the internet.

Step 3: Double click on the desktop app of the Kingo root to launch it

Step 4: Plug your Android device into your computer via USB cable and enable the USB Debugging mode.

Step 5: Click “ROOT” to Begin Rooting

KingoRoot will employ the exploits of your Android phone. During this process, please do not touch, move, unplug your device.

Wait for the process to complete and your device will be rooted successfully.

To confirm that you have root privilege on your device, you can download super SU from playstore to verify.

 

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