While most Android phones running OS 4.4 KitKat and some android phones running OS 5.1 lollipop can actually be rooted using earlier versions of kingroot app, most phones running 5.1 lollipop cannot be rooted using the app.
In most cases, in other to root these type of stubborn phones running android 5.1 lollipop, one would have to use a recovery like TWRP which during the rooting process, requires using SP flash tool and of course, a computer is required.
Thankfully, users can now download and use the latest version of kingroot app in rooting their stubborn android phones without the need of a computer. I actually used the app in rooting the infinix zero 2 x509 phone running the latest android 5.1 XUI OS and it worked out fine (although after several trials as seen in the screenshot timing below).
Wondering what new features comes with the kingroot version 4.8.0? Here they are;
- New function to increase system running speed with one click
- Enhance quality of app, new user interface and new experience
- Focus more attention on keeping your device safe after root
- Fix some bugs.
Where To Download Kingroot Latest Version 4.8.0
You can download the app Here.
How to Root Using Kingroot Version 4.8.0?
The steps isn’t exactly different from the steps contained in other tutorials that requires using the app which we have often talked about on this blog. Just install, launch and follow the on-screen instruction. During the process, if the phone reboots, don’t panic, your phone is safe.
Please note, you will need a steady and fast internet connection on the phone before the rooting process can be done. If first rooting fails, try again.