Root Checker | How to Check Root after Rooting with KingoRoot?

Due to various of reasons, Android users want to gain root access of the Android mobiles. Rooting gives you full access and control of the Android system. After rooting, you can uninstall the pre-installed apps, block ads, greatly save battery life and so on. Your mobile phone is not rooted by default, you may have downloaded the root tool to help you to root your phone.

You may want to check if your Android mobile is rooted or not. you can first root your device with KingoRoot and check root with Root Checker. How to Check Root with if your Android Cellphone is rooted or not.

First, How to Root Your Android Phone with KingoRoot

Step 1: Free Download KingoRoot APK

Root APK will be automatically started. If Chrome warns you about this root download, click "OK" to proceed.

Step 2: Install KingoRoot APK on Your Android Device

If you reveive the install block message, just head to  Settings > Security > Unknown sources > Allow.

Step 3: Launch "Kingo ROOT" and Start Rooting

Just click "One Click Root" to start rooting your smartphones

Step 4: Root Succeeded/Failed and Check Root

For detail tutorial please refer to: How to Root Android without Computer (APK ROOT without PC) or How to Root Android with KingoRoot (PC Version)

How to Check Root with Root Checker After Rooting

Step 1: Check your Android Version and Download Root Checker

Root Checker may only support Android Version 4.0 and above.

Free Download From Google Play

Step 2: Install this app to your device and launch the app

Step 3: Open the app and press "Verify Root".

You will get the results:

  • "Congratulations, you have root access on your phone!"
  • "Your device has no root permissions or you device is not properly rooted."

More to say: If you fail to root your device for the first time, you may try again with KingoRoot due to some technical reasons.