How to Root Android 6.0/6.0.1 (Marshmallow) with KingoRoot APK

Android Marshmallow for work update, users in every working field can benefit from its powerful functions. A lot of Android users want to enjoy not only the convenience for work but also the entertainment for living. They try to find an easy and safe way to root their Android 6.0/6.0.1 Marshmallow devices but in vain. Here KingoRoot provides the easiest and best way for users to root their Android 6.0/6.0.1 with both KingoRoot on Windows (PC Version) and KingoRoot APK.

KingoRoot provides safe and easy rooting methods for devices running Android 6.0/6.0.1 Marshmallow and packing with processors of ARM64 especially for your Samsung flagship handsets such as Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy 5 Galaxy Note 5 and Note 5 Duos. Most of the Samsung devices have the processors of ARM64, which means more powerful computing that devices with other kinds of processors such as ARM.

KingoRoot strongly suggests that you tryKingoRoot APK first, therefore it is easily operated by users without using an USB cable to connect the computer. Although the KingoRoot APK is more convenient, the success rate to root the devices is lower than KingoRoot on Windows (PC version). If you fail to root your Android 6.0/6.0.1 devices with APK version, the PC version is highly recommended.

Steps of Rooting Android 6.0/6.0.1 via KingoRoot APK

  • Step 1: Free download KingoRoot APK

The download will be automatically started to your Android. Find it in “Download” on your phone.

If Chrome has warned you about KingoRoot.apk, click OK to proceed.

  • Step 2: Install the KingoRoot APK

After KingoRoot APK download is complete, install the apk file.

*Note: you may receive this install block message. Take the following steps:

  • Install Blocked: Settings > Security > Unknown sources > Check the box and allow.

You device may only accept app installation coming from its native app store, like Google Play or Samsung Apps. The apk file of KingoRoot is directly downloaded from the server of KingoRoot and will not be able to install on your device unless you allow installing from “Unknow source.

  • Harmful App: Settings > Security > Verify apps > Uncheck it

KingoRoot is an exploit-based root tool. KingoRoot exploits system vulnerabilities in order that your device can be rooted, which will be considered by Google or Manufacturers as a malicious act. But it is your choice to choose, to root or not to root. On kingo’s behalf, the only thing we can do is that to make sure of our integrity and leave the choice to you.

  • Step 3: Click”One Click Root” to use the KingoRoot APK.

Make sure the network is stable when rooting with KingoRoot. Because the rooting scripts are stored in Kingo’s server. Otherwise, KingoRoot apk will fail to root your device.

  • Step 4: Result: success or fail.

You may want to try it several times because KingoRoot.apk will only download one script at a time. Running different scripts may deliver different results.

KingRoot is an application that lets you root your Android device in a matter of seconds, as long as you have an operating system between Android 4.2.2 and Android 5.1. This means that this app lets you do the same thing as the classic Towelroot, but you can use it even if you have Lollipop.

The procedure to root your device is as simple as Towelroot. Even if the app is entirely in Chinese, the only thing you have to do is press on the blue button and wait. After a couple of seconds, the application finishes working and you’ll have your rooted device.

It’s important to know that KingRoot doesn’t work with all type devices. On Moto G, for instance, it usually has some trouble. With Nexus, though, it usually works perfectly.

KingRoot is an excellent way to root your Android device. That said, rooting a device is always a delicate process, so do it with care and be conscious of the risks involved.

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