These are the instructions to download the KingRoot Android 3.2.4 Honeycomb universal one-click rooting application so you can start installing those root-requiring app like Titanium Backup. You can find the Titanium Backup app and others from the Google Play Store and are ready to install as soon as you finish the guide.
The KingRoot one-click rooting application does not require the bootloader to be unlocked before you use the guide. Furthermore, it does not unlock the bootloader for you. That is fine if all you want to do is install root-requiring apps. However, those wanting to install a custom recovery like TWRP may need to unlock the bootloader before installing the custom recovery.
Downloading the KingRoot application to root Android 3.2.4 Honeycomb
- Turn on the Unknown Sources option from your settings by pointing to the Menu > Settings > Security > Unknown Sources. Now you are ready to install applications from outside the Google Play Store on your device.
- Download the KingRoot APK directly to your smartphone or tablet web browser from this page. You can install it from any web browser such as the Google Chrome application on your device.
- Those preferring to install it via a File Manager can download the APK directly to the desktop of a computer ad connect the device to the computer to transfer the file to the internal storage SD card.
- Tap and open the KingRoot application from your device’s app drawer. (Your app drawer is where you find your apps and the same place you would expect to find new apps after you download them from the Google Play Store).
- Tap on the large button that suggests rooting your Android device from the apps main page. (The words the team use to describe getting root access to your device can change depending on the version of the app).
- Wait for the progress bar to reach 100% and then close down the app after it gives you the “success” message with the green tick.
- Reboot the smartphone or tablet before you try installing any of the apps like require root access to run such as the Titanium Backup application.
You can check out how to unroot the device with KingUser if you want to remove KingRoot and go back to the stock Android your device had when you opened it out of the box.