These are the instructions to download the KingRoot application to root devices running on Android 3.2.6 Honeycomb operating systems.
You should know that the KingRoot universal one-click rooting tool does not require a bootloader to be unlocked, and it doesn’t unlock the bootloader during the rooting process. That means your Android will still have the bootloader locked when you complete this guide. Keep that in mind for when you try to install a custom recovery on the device. Some manufacturers require you to unlock the bootloader before you can install a custom recovery and attempt to install a custom recovery with a locked bootloader could brick your device.
Most manufacturers of smartphones and tablets do not allow for any rooting and therefore your warranty will be void by following this guides. There are occasional exceptions to that list according to reports.
Download the KingRoot application to root Android 3.2.6 Honeycomb
- Enable the Unknown Sources option from your Android settings by pointing to the Menu > Settings > Security > Unknown Sources.
- Download the KingRoot APK directly to your Android web browser on the smartphone or tablet. Or, if you prefer, you can download the APK to the computer and transfer it over to the SD card. Those using the SD card method will need to launch a File Manager to transfer the file from the SD card to the app drawer.
- Tap the KingRoot application icon that is available from your app drawer. (The app drawer is where you would typically find your new apps after you download them from the Google Play Store).
- Tap the large button that is on the front page of your app suggesting it will root your device. (The wording of this rooting phrases can vary depending on the version you have on your device).
- Wait until you see the progress bar reach 100% before you close the app.
- Reboot the smartphone or tablet you are using before you open the Google Play Store and install the root checker app.
You might be interested in checking out how to unroot the KingRoot one click rooting app with the KingUser. Other versions of the app have the ‘Uninstall’ option coming directly from KingRoot’s main page.