You might be heard about Kingroot, one of the best android rooting tools in the market but, did you ever think, is Kingroot safe to root your beloved Android device?
So, after researching a lot about Kingroot, let me share my experience with you.
Kingroot has both downside and upside.
Let’s talk about in which side Kingroot is safe?
There are lots of rooting tools you will find online. Most of the tools are ineffective to root the android device. If you root your android device by that kind of tool, then your mobile operating system might stop working. On the other hand, Kingroot works perfectly with android version 4.2.2 to 5.1. So, in this case, Kingroot is safe to use if you need to root your device.
Why is Kingroot not safe?
I will tell you don’t even think of rooting your android mobile through Kingroot. There is some reason listed below:
It’s a shady app, and it requires an internet connection to run. To work with mobile internal software, it should not ask the internet connection to root your mobile. The reason behind it is not only mobile rooting but also collecting your confidential information.
You should be a concern more, as Kingroot’s primary target is the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) data, which has enormous value in the black market.
Kingroot’s secondary target is your phone contact directory, emails, phone numbers, and addresses. This data can be hand over for a handsome amount of money.
Kingroot Uninstalling Difficulty:
I don’t know if you tried it or not if you install the kingroot app, after rooting the mobile device, you cannot remove Kingroot very easily. That means their data-stealing process will be ongoing.
How to Remove Kingroot Completely:
In most cases, people do rooting their phones after watching some lucrative videos on YouTube. So many YouTubers publish videos about the benefits of rooting android phones but, they don’t tell about the disadvantages of rooting.
So, let’s find out if you install Kingroot by mistake then how you can uninstall Kingroot properly.
Here are the steps of removing Kingroot;
If you try to uninstall the Kingroot by tapping on it, you will see it is not uninstalling and if you go in settings installed apps and try to uninstall kingroot from there,
Again, it has been disabled, so you can uninstall this application from here.
So, the final way and the easiest is just open kingroot and click on the three-dot icon.
Click on general settings and scroll till the last option, you will find uninstall Kingroot.
Click on it,
Then click on the ok button.
It will ask you again about, would you like to remove the other suspicious software?
Click on yes. If you want to save your data, you can click on No, but my recommendation is to click on Yes. It will take some time in processing. After some seconds, the Kingroot will be completely Uninstall.
Wrapping up, rooting through Kingroot has more disadvantages than advantages so, don’t break your security firewall by rooting your beloved mobile.