How Long Does KingRoot Take To Root Your Device?

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There are a few easy ways to root your mobile phone and to get some features. Most of the people use Kingroot to root their devices.

Kingroot is one of the best and easiest method for anyone to root their devices.

Here in this article, I will talk about how much time Kingroot takes to root your mobile.

How long does KingRoot take to root your device?

Usually, when you are rooting your devices, it takes mostly around 30 seconds to 60 seconds (1 min) to root your device.

It does not take very long to root up your device. Hardly based on your ram or on different factors it might take a minute or two extra. But, it does not take a very long time to root your mobile.

There might be some issues or something wrong if your device is taking a very long time to root using Kingroot.

Let’s discuss some of the issues that you might get if it’s not working fast enough for you.

Why does it take time sometimes?

I have seen many cases where you will see the progress stucked at 0.1% only.

If you are getting the same error that your device is frozen at 0.1% or 1%, then your device will not be rooted.

It won’t complete your rooting.

If it is going to be successful, KingRoot will take max to max 1 minute at most in 99% cases.

If your phone does have the Marshmallow, Nougat or Orea Android Operating System, then KingRoot will not work for you.

That might be the reason why your phone is not rooting.

KingRoot has been updated in 2015 last time. It is a very long time and it is more unlikely to root systems after that.

That could be the reason why your devices have frozen at 1%. You must check your android version before rooting with KingRoot.

There are some other alternative methods that you should try on your device if it is not working with KingRoot.

Alternative Method To Root Your Device

If KingRoot is not working for rooting your device, then there are some alternative methods that you can try.

MANUAL ROOT USING PC

You can easily root your device on PC by unlocking the bootloader in your device and entering some commands.

Manual rooting using PC works fine in most of the cases.

It will take around 20-30 minutes to root your whole device using this method.

If KingRoot method is not working for you, then manual rooting using your PC is the best option for you.

Here are the steps that you have to follow in order to root your device manually using the PC.

  • Unlocked the bootloader in your device
  • Download drivers, recovery and ADB in your device
  • Enable USB debugging in your device in developers options settings
  • Connect your phone to PC using USB
  • Enter the commands as shown in the tutorial in your PC
  • DONE!

It is not the hectic method to do it manually if you think so. It is easy and has only few steps to follow.

You can follow this given tutorial to do it.

If not this, you can also try the KingRoot alternative

KINGROOT ALTERNATIVE

You can use the another alternative rooting app to root your device.

Magisk is another alternative of KingRoot that you can use to root your device.

You can give this app and try, yet there are fewer chances of rooting as it has not been rooted in KingRoot.

If this is not working, the manually rooting method is the best way for you to root any mobile device.

Conclusion

If your device is compatible with the KingRoot conditions, it will not take more than 30-60 seconds to root your mobile device.

It is the best, comfortable and fasted method to root your phone. If that method is working for you, it’s great.

If not, you can always try the manually rooting method which works on almost all the devices.

Have any questions? Do let me know in the comments section below. I will love to help you.

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Suraj Kadam

My Twitter Bio Says I'm a computer geek who tests software and shares feedback on globalbestoffer. Actually I own several blogs. My Aim with Globalbestoffer is to help people to make the right decision while purchasing a new software.

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