How to root android without Computer?

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Jul 15, 2016 10:48:19 AM via Website

If you’re unfamiliar with the term, rooting simply refers to the act of obtaining access to commands, system files, and folder locations that are usually locked off for the user. Rooting could be thought of as moving from being a system user to becoming an administrator, with the additional freedom and risks that come from more control over the deeper workings of your device.

Once rooted, users can install and run applications that require special privileges, bypass carrier installed software, and even remove bloat-ware applications added by manufacturers and carriers. Root access is even needed if you want to install trivial things like certain custom fonts, and can unlock new features in certain apps and launchers.

The actual method required to root your phone will vary from model to model, so we can’t possibly cover them all. Unfortunately, these can also be patched out by manufacturers and even upgrading your software can cause root exploits and permissions to be lost. But before we get into some of the finer details, let’s go through a few of the key knowledge points

How to root android without Computer?

Enter your phone's browser: Click 'Free Download' to download KingRoot

After KingRoot download is complete, click on the drop-down notification bar to installation.

If you have not been set before "install blocked", will set a reminder, as the steps in the following figure, if you have set up before, skip this step,direct to Step 4.

In the System installation screen, click "install" to start the installation, when the installation is complete, click on the "open" button to start using KingRoot.

Click "try it" to enter the main interface, and click "get now" button to start rooting

The implementation process is completed and finished, after that you will be return to the main screen, then the Rooting is done.

Finally go to google play search and Download: RootChecker to Check the Root is successful, as the following figure which represents success.