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Sometime we want to root our Android Smartphone to make device faster, remove malware or bloatware and increase battery life so that you can run more apps in your device and you will get a super admin level permission.

But before you proceed for rooting your device you have to keep in mind that rooting is not for everyone if you don’t know command prompt and you have trouble handling different kind of file type then you have to stop rooting your Smartphone. Rooting can also void your device warranty so always backup your Smartphone before you proceed for rooting .

You can also try How to Backup Android Smartphone

In this lesson we will use a tool known as Root Genius it is a one click root tool which will work on Windows computer but before you install this software on your windows computer you have to disable antivirus from computer so that it can be simply install.

For rooting your Android Smartphone follow below steps

Step1

First of all enable the USB debugging on your Android Smartphone just go to Setting > Developers Option > USB Debugging > Tick to Enable. In Android Kitkat 4.4.2 or above Developers option is hidden to show this option go to Settings > About Phone > Bulit Number and tap on it for 5 to 8 times.

Step 2

Now download and open the Root Genius Application on your computer you can download it from this link

Step 3

After opening the Root Genius Application on your computer connect your Android Smartphone to the computer.

Step 4

Root Genius will automatically detect your Android Smartphone once you connected it successfully to computer.

Step 5

After that click on the “Root Now” or “Root it” button to begin the rotting process now Root Genius will automatically “Root” your Android Smartphone and install the KingUser Application.

Step 6

Now your device is Rooted but how we know that whether your phone is rooted or not to know about that go to Application menu and check for an app KingUser which will be installed there if it is there then you have successfully rooted your device.

In case if you want to unroot your device open KingUser on your Device > Settings > Remove Root Permission.Try this tool and let us know if it works or not on your Android Smartphone by your comment and also mention your handset’s model number.

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