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Root your Android using these three applications (and without using a computer)

Anyone using Android knows the open system, allowing just about anything to change. Which helps to make much of these changes root is essential to being able to access many unique functions and features. One of the benefits of having the smartphone routed is the ability to uninstall native factory apps, the famous bloatwares.

There are several ways to root your smartphone, including three applications that do this work. Please note that neither I nor AndroidPIT is responsible for any damage that may occur to your smartphone. So do it at your own risk by following the straightforward steps; Check it out below.

Kingroot

KingRoot is one of the top apps to root Android today. Cloud based, this app allows you to get Super User permissions with just one click. The process is very simple and easy to do, check below the step-by-step:

  1. Download the app here and install it;
  2. Open the app and tap the Try this option. Wait for verification that the program will do and then tap Try Root, after the process has finished restart your smartphone and you're done.
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KingRoot / AndroidPIT (screenshot)
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Kingo root

This app works similar to KingRoot, the biggest difference here is that it is aimed at smartphones running Marshmallow version of Android or lower. But that doesn't mean it doesn't work on Android Oreo or Nougat.

  1. Download it here at this link and install it;
  2. Open the app and tap the One Click Root option;
  3. After waiting for the process to finish and restart your smartphone.
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Kingo Root / AndroidPIT (screenshot)
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Root master

Root Master is an application that you can use to easily root your Android phone. Traditionally, most of the applications you find to root Android phones require a computer with Root Master, but that need is completely gone.

  1. Download the app from this link and install it;
  2. Open the app and follow the onscreen instructions;
  3. After all the process is finished, restart your smartphone and you will see that it is rooted.
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Root Master / AndroidPIT (screenshot)
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These were three applications that can root your smartphone, remembering that they may not work on a particular model and may not work on your smartphone. It worked on my Moto G3, and on a Galaxy Gran Prime.

And you, do you know any other method to root? Have any other suggestions?

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