How to Root MTK Devices Using KingRoot

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MTK Devices aren’t something too fascinating in terms of their performance, however they do tend to perform a bit better once they are rooted. That is why almost every tech savvy person recommends that you root your MTK phone as soon as possible. Today, we will teach you just that with the use of a simple app called KingRoot.

We know that you can use KingRoot to root many other non MTK devices as well but it’s usually better to root those devices using other techniques than KingRoot as the app is known to cause problems with non MTK, non compatible devices, most notable of which has to be the Samsung phones.

Disclaimer: We take no responsibility for any damages that might be done to your device either during or after the process, please proceed at your own risk. Also note that KingRoot does store your device’s information onto their servers whenever you try using the app.

Prerequisites: You have to ensure that your device has a stable connection to the internet. Apart from that you won’t really need anything else.

Guide:

  • Download KingRoot apk from here
  • Install the .apk by tapping on it and choosing the “Install Anyway” option once prompted.
  • Once the app has been installed, run it and tap the Root button.
  • Give the app time and it will inform you once it’s done.
  • That’s about it, your device will have root now.

One important thing to note here is that if you do root your phone using KingRoot, the default SU app will be set to KingUser and not SuperSU. Both apps behave somewhat in similar fashion, so it won’t really present you with much of a problem. Once your device has been rooted, we highly recommend that you uninstall KingRoot from your phone.

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