Whether you’re an amateur or just lazy, using a One-Click universal rooting tool is always the better option. They are often far easier to install and hack open the system internals of your Android smartphone or tablet. The problem? They don’t always exist for your device.
If you are owning one of the lesser-known devices, you should check the lists available from XDA Developers which tell you if your device can be rooted with KingRoot. Dubbed the rooting tool that can root just about all Android devices, KingRoot works by pining its servers back in China for a list of known rooting methods and finding the right one for your device. You don’t need to follow any long guide. Just sit back after clicking one button and it’s done. The downside, if you can call it that ,is that it’s known as more of a soft root.
Unrooting Android Using KingRoot
- You will see three apps that installed when you downloaded KingRoot. Delete the KingRoot and KingMaster apps from the app drawer. That leaves you with just one remaining: the KingUser.
- Open the KingUser app by tapping over the icon.
- Tap the icon in the top right corner of the main KingUser page to open the Settings.
- Tap the “root authorization setting” option from the page.
- Tap the “remove root permission” option.
- Tap the “clear” button.
The app will now remove the root access and you will have technically unrooted the device. Also, there’s no need to flash any firmware or software updates manually for your device. Furthermore, the KingUser will automatically delete from the device after it’s done so you don’t need to delete that either.
Although, if the KingUser app still remains in your app drawer, just long-press the icon down and the delete option will pop up on the device’s display. It works the same way you would for deleting any other app.