How to Root Oppo in One Click with KingoRoot Android

As more and more people would like to have an Oppo devices, their requires for rooting Oppo handsets become more and more eager. KingoRoot can satisfy you with its fast and easy one-click root tools: KingoRoot Android (PC version) which has a higher success rate and KingoRoot Apk (Mobile version) which is more convenient without connecting to PC.

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As an up-and-comer, Oppo Electronics Corp makes an excellwnt performance on smartphone sales in 1Q 2016. Its smartphone sales ranking top 4 after Samsung, Apple, and Huawei increases 3.9 percent which is the most of all other manufacturers. Oppo's recently hot phones including Oppo Find 7, Oppo R9, Oppo Joy and Oppo Neo 5 and so on. Do you have one of them? Whether your Oppo device belongs to one of them or not, our KingoRoot still can handle it.

Now, let's talk about rooting affairs. Rooting your device is through exploiting system vulnerabilities/security loopholes, which is and will always be "dangerous" to antivirus softwares. But in turn, using KingoRoot to root your device is your choice, and you are the one to employ these "dangerous" vulnerabilities, not being threatened by them. So you can rest assured. But everything can happen in rooting process, so still do not rush your move and think before you act. If you got ready, let's start rooting your Oppo with KingoRoot APK.

Follow the steps one by one:

  1. Download KingoRoot APK from KingoRoot official website.
  2. Root Oppo Android devices with KingoRoot apk, without connecting to PC

  3. Install it on your Oppo device. Please remember open the "unknown source" in setting. After installation, go to app drawer and launch KingoRoot app.
  4. Kingo Root Apk Main Interface

  5. Just click on blue bar "On Click Root", then wait for some time without any operations.
  6. Kingo Root Apk Rooting

  7. Finally, look for the SuperUser app which will display on your phone. If you got it, you have rooted successfully. If you don't find it, I'm sorry you have to do the "One Click Root" step again. Or you can directly go to KingoRoot Android (PC version), look at here: How to root any Android device and version with KingoRoot PC Version?