How to root your Android Phone 4.0, 4.2 and 4.3

We all people love android and enjoy its unique features, but rooting your phone actually will give the opportunity for you to do much more than what your phone currently does. Rooting Android will really make your phone to do the things out of box like allowing you to modify the software, wireless tethering, speeding it up (overclocking), or customizing the phone's look with the help of themes and different lock screens, optimizing performance and to remove some irksome features which you don't need. 
Is the thought of being superuser is tempting you? If you have been using android for quite a few years, you would be definitely heard about the word called rooting. 

what is rooting and rooted phone?

Android rooting opens up the gate to the world of possibilities, but this can also void your warranty, or even leave you with only a bricked device. Rooting actually means that you are giving yourself the root permissions on your phone which resembles the same thing of running programs as administrator in Windows.
Same as Administrator in Windows, in Android we call it as SuperUser.
Hence rooting makes us the Superuser and the rooted android phone makes us to amend our own rules and pose them on our phone. Rooting is jailbreaking for Android and it allows the users to dig deeper into a phone's subsystem. Meanwhile, it will allow you to get access the entire OS and can be able to customise alomost everything over the android interface.
If you have any doubts regarding the rooting need, please check out our Top 10 reasons to root the Android phones to get some motivation.

Risks we encounter while rooting:

1. First thing you should feel risky is that you would be probably void your warranty when you undergo rooting. But don't worry, afterwords you can unroot your android phone and can get back your warranty if needed.
2. There may be a chance of turning your phone into a brick. During the process, if anything goes wrong your phone may be a victim to get bricked. But probably there are very much lesser chances of happening such thing, so don't be much get panicked.
3. Another issue is that you may be infected by the viruses & malwares. Just sticking to the Playstore and by avoiding all Chinese and Russian versions, you could remain safe.

What you'll Need

  1. An Android Smartphone.
  2. A micro-USB cable.
  3. A PC (Computer) running with Kingo Android root and  SuperOneClick. i
In this Tutorial we have used Kingo inorder to root our android phone.

Now root my Android phone

Step-1:
Download the Kingo Android Root software from the link provided above which is the root software for android.
Step-2:
now get to your phone and enable USB debugging option in settings window.
          Settings>>>
                             Developer Options>>>
                                                                 Tick USB debugging>>>
                                                                                                         Press OK
Step-3:
Now attach your Android phone to your pc using USB cable.

Step-4:

kingo Android Root now will recognise your phone and once it shows, select the  "root" button and just be calm and relax. 
The entire process just happens within few minutes and few reboots also will occur.              Step-5:
That's it, now you have your rooted android phone.

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