The Rooting process on an Android device differs from one model to the next. It can be a complex and risky process on some models and quite simple on other models. The simplest way to root (and unroot) is by using a one-click rooting tool, which is an app that either directly run on your device or via a USB connection to your computer.
The benefit of one-click rooting tool is that you do not require any real knowledge of what is going on and that they are quick and comparatively safe. There are several one-click rooting tool available and a newest one is Kingo Android Root, which can be used to root almost any device.
Declaimer: Root your device only if you really think it is worth. I am not responsible for any damage to your device while using this guide. It is always a risk to root your phone because of the nature of the process. Also this will void your warranty if you proceed.
How to use the tool?
Kingo Android Root is a free app for Windows that can be downloaded from developer’s website. After downloading the app, install it on your PC.
Connect your device using USB cable and don’t forget to enable USB debugging mode (from developer option) on your device.
Kingo Android Root will check driver for your device and if it isn’t installed on your PC, it’ll download and install for you (required internet connection). Once driver installation is finishes, the tool will establish connection with your device.
Now, just click “Root” button to root your device. It’ll take few minutes to complete the process. Finally click “Finish” button and your device will reboot.
Now, you have administrative privilege (root access) on your device. You can check it with app like Root Checker by downloading from Play Store.
Note: If you want to unroot your device, connect your device with your PC, run Kingo Android Root and then click “Remove Root” button.