Root Lost after rebooting using Kingo Android Root
There is no root after rebooting, why?
If you have rooted your device with Kingo and then lost it after reboot (also called "temporary root"), it is also caused by locked bootloader. Locked bootloader will prevent your device from being permanently rooted. This situation always happens on devices manufactured with system protection mechanism such as SONY, HUAWEI, HTC, LG, MOTOROLA, etc.
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