Kingo Android ROOT for Windows is used to gain superuser root access (administrative access) on Android devices. The program can works with a wide variety of Android devices including Samsung, HTC, LG, Huawei, and Chinese phones.
Android OS was built on the Linux kernel, hence it inherited the Linux style of permissions (dates back to the Unix OS), the permissions define who can access files and directories in the system with three permissions:
The file owner can define the above three permissions, but what about the OS files (files created when installing the operating system)?
The root (by deafult) is the only user that can have all the permissions (read, write and execute) to system files, this means that having root privileges grants full control of the system, thus you can tune the system (or damage it) as you like.
The same goes to Android, to have root access on Android device means to have complete control (read, write and execute) of the OS files, but by default you are a user with limited access to system functions (what the manufacturer permitted). That is why you need rooting tools such as Kingo Android ROOT .
If want to read more about Linux/Unix permissions then this is a good reference for you .
No. You don't necessarily have to root your device, but some users may need to root their devices for many reasons, including:
It is easy and straightforward to root your Android device with Kingo. To use Kingo you do not need to be a tech guru or have an extensive knowledge of the Android system.
Before you start make sure that your device is at least 50% charged and turn-off any network firewalls or antivirus installed on your PC, then follow the steps below:
It is recommended to check the official website instructions for how to root your device.
To get the program, just download the latest version of Kingo Android ROOT 126.96.36.1999 right here on Downzen.com , just by clicking the download button above for a direct and fast download link.