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Root your android device using cable | An alternative to phone rooting

Rooting an android device may sound so scary and  strange to some average user of the device but sincerely nothing so scare about it, rooting is just like cracking or unlocking the operating system of your device to accept some unapproved installation bypassing Google  app rules, updating the firmware and operating system.
Although this process may cause some hazard or disaster to device just with a wrong move which could end up in damaging the device so with all patience and understanding kindly follow the necessary steps strictly.
Cable Rooting

This rooting process have been make easy using software called Kingo Andriod Root, it work perfect and accurate but before you commence the process kindly check your device configuration to ensure compatibility even if the utility is not on your device it will still work.

How to get started
Note: Make sure you check the configuration of your device for compatibility before swinging into action
Step 1: Click here to download the software

Step 2: Enable USB debugging mode on your device depending on the type of device and version:
  1. If you are using Android version 4.0 or 4.1, click on Settings, Developer Options, then tick the box for "USB debugging."
  2. On Android 4.2, click Settings, About Phone, Developer Options, and then tick USB debugging." Then click OK to validate the change.
  3. On Android 4.3 and latest, just click Settings, About Phone, and then scroll down to Build Number. You can continue clicking on it until pop message display, "You are now a developer!" then click on Settings, About Phone, Developer Options, and then tick USB debugging." Then click ok to approve the change.
Step 3: locate your Android root software and launch it, then connect your device using USB cable, then wait for the next instruction. Your device screen may pop up with a notification asking for USB debugging permission that is [Allow USB debugging] just tick [Always allow from computer] and then click OK


Step 4: Click Root, then relax for the utility to perform the operation.

After the whole operation you can disconnect your device from the computer and if you will to reverse the rooting just click on Remove Root. Kindly help other by sharing this information and don't forget to drop your comment.

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