How To Root Android For Free - Learn And Try

July 23, 2019 0 Comments

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Android Rooting has been a revolutionary topic in the Android community as it can drastically change regular Andriod smartphone in to a fully customized Android smartphone. Android rooting was one of complex technical task long ago untill the arrival of one-click root tools. Generally, Android rooting is not an official task since it reduces both device security and the security of personal data. But  Android rooting is highly demanded in spite of the official status of rooting. If you are looking forward to rooting your device, technically you have two methods to fulfil your intention.

Android Rooting Methods

The most standard and recommended way to root Android is executing the Su binary file on your device using a PC after flashing a custom recovery image on your device. Su binary is the main component which devices the successfulness or failure of your rooting attempt. Perhaps, you may already know that your Android operating system is based on a modified version of Linux kernel.

Technically, Su binary is the command which can change the administrative privileges in Linux and transform a regular user into a root user. The same principle applies to the Android and that is why Su binary is considered as the main component of rooting. Simply, you cannot gain root acess if your device cannot find the Su binary in your device. Both recovery method and One-click rooting method finally installs the Su binary file although the process differs from each other.

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Su Binary Flashing Method

This is the most standard and technical way to gain root acess although your devise manufacturer does not accept it. In order to execute the Su command on your Android device, you need to install a custom recovery image on your device. Because your device cannot pass the digital signature check when it is running on stock recovery. Your device runs the digital signature check to verify the authenticity of the document or file when you trying to flash any document in stock recovery.

As you devise manufacturer has denied the acess to root files keeping the privilege control himself at the moment the device is launched, flashing Su binary is not authenticated. That is why all the rooting solutions need a permanent or temporary custom recovery. You can execute the Su binary files and other related root files on your device successfully after flashing a custom recovery. Some rooting solutions such as CF-Auto-Root installs a modified custom recovery partition and cache partition itself when flashing through Odin and the users don't want to do it himself.

One-Click Rooting Apps

One-Click rooting has been designed to root Android devices simpler and faster than flashing method. Technically, One-click root apps install Su binary file exploiting one of few firmware bugs instead of requiring a custom recovery. Android users prefer one-click root tools since the mechanism is simpler, easier and faster than the PC method.

Also, users can use one click root free as many as they want, demand goes up than down. As same rooting mechanism, one click root has made the unrooting mechanism easier including an unrooting feature in the apps. Not all root apps, but some of root apps comes with unroot facility. Although the unrooting feature is not available, users can unroot their devices easily when needed using SuprSu application.

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What Is RootKHP

RootKHP is one most popular and highly effective one-click root apps and which must be via Windows PC. Generally, most of the one-click root apps available in both PC and APK versions. But RootKHP doesn't have an APK version. The app is developed under Non-profit project and you can download it on your Windows PC for free while donating some coins if it worth. As mentioned above, one-click root tools do not need any additional arrangements or software configurations on your device other than enabling USB debugging mode on your device. The same principle goes with RootKHP and you only need to enable USB debugging mode in your device end to root with RootKHP.

Compatibility And Requirments

In general, The RootKHP programme supports almost all of Android smartphones running On Android Lollipop to Android Oreo.RootKHP Pro 3.1 is the latest version of RootKHP programme and it has been improved to support Samsung Galaxy A40/A70, One Plus 7, Nobby S300 Pro,TECNO Camon 11S Alcatel 3 5053K (2019) and Lenovo/Micromax on Android  Oreo. The programme runs on Windows 10/ 2012 R2/ 8.1/2012/8/2008 R2/7 2008/ and Windows Vista.

How To Root Android With RootKHP

1 Step - Get a complete back up of your Android smartphone
2 Step - Download and Install the latest Android USB drivers on your Windows computer
3 Step - Enable USB Debugging mode 
4 Step - Download latest RootKHP programme and Install it
5 Step - Connect your device to the computer
6 Step - Launch the programme and click the "Orange" root button
7 Step - Follow On-screen instruction ann complete the rooting process


As it says every light has its shadow, Android rooting also has both positive and negative effects. Therefore, you have to proceed at your own risk even after getting  proper knowledge about rooting.

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