Friday, 15 July 2016

How Root Mobile, Kingo Root Latest Version Download

SU Binary install and update of Kingo SuperUser




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HOW TO
Seeing a "WARNING" window?





You will see this warning window when
your device is not/no longer properly


rooted - ROOT YOUR DEVICE (AGAIN)
su binary is nowhere to be found -




su binary is out of date and needs update
If you haven't rooted your device before installing Kingo SuperUser...



Advantage: No need to connect to a computer.



Root Your Device 


with Kingo Android Root (PC Version)



Advantage: The success rate of PC version is higher than apk version.






How to root your Android device with Kingo Android Root?






Kingo Android Root (PC Version)
Reasons that Root Failed with Kingo
There is no available exploit for your device.








Android version above 5.1 is not supported by Kingo for now.




Bootloader is locked by manufacturer.
With a locked bootloader,




there is nothing Kingo could do to root your device.



Bootloader is the first to execute when an Android device is turned on,


which is responsible for verifying the integrity of and launching the operating system.




It prevents users from modifying the system.



The modification for permanent root access requires bootloader being unlocked.



If you have rooted your device and still see this window...



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.




Device with locked bootloader always have some form of internal memory write protection.




It will prevent unauthorized user from modifying device system.



During the process of gaining root access on a device the write-protected memory,

the initial root access is temporary due to the complexities of unlocking memory write access.






Any unofficial files (including the most important file
"su binary"
and
"superuser.apk"




installed on system partition to root access) will be removed by cycling power,



such as rebooting.


In this case,
you need to unlock your bootloader first so that the root can be
permanent.




Or, root your device again after rebooting.



BEHIND ALL THIS MESS




How does Kingo Root work?



There are two universal ways to root your Android,
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one is by implementing
"exploits",




the other is through flashing custom recovery.




The former one is relatively safe while the latter one can be risky.




Kingo mainly focused on
            "exploits"
method, but also covers
              "recovery"
for certain tricky devices (hot ones with no exploit available).







Essential Tools involves in exploit-rooting method
Despite the difference of hardware and software configurations of Android devices,


similarities that all Android rooting methods share involves the following three essentials:
exploit
su binary
superuser management app





What is proper root process?


Generally, there are several stages involves in a proper root process
Bypassing Android's security by exploiting the vulnerabilities of Android OS;
Placing an
             "su binary"
      file in the system partition;
Installing a superuser management app.
   



       "SU binary",
what for and how it works?
      "Su binary"
plays a very important role in Android rooting.



It is normally placed in the /system partition of your Android and is called when other apps need
superuser permission.




The binary checks the database maintained by Superuser.



apk to determine if you have already granted rights to the requesting app,
and if not,



su binary will tell Superuser.
apk to display a prompt asking for permission. mn





If no su binary found,

you have no root,

it is the soul of a rooted device.




Kingo SuperUser - the superuser access management tool.





Kingo SuperUser is the
          "face"
of su binary.



It is the app that manages what apps on your rooted device have access to
         "su binary".





Apps that are granted superuser access have the administrator/root permissions to modify system.




NOTE If your device is not supported by Kingo or it fails to root,
here are some tips for you.



Go Troubleshoot sector.





Save the log file.
Email us to support@kingoapp.com with detailed information of your device such as device model,



build number,
kernel version
and else.



Attach the log file would be better.
reply to any post or send us a message.





KingoRoot on Windows





KingoRoot Android on Windows has the highest success rate.



It supports almost any Android device and version.



KingoRoot for Android is the most convenient and powerful apk root tool.
Root any Android device and version without connecting to PC.






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