For some time now, I have been paying more attention to my innjoo note android phone and I’ve been experimenting on new things.
Few days back, I gave a detailed step-by-step guide on how to change IMEI on the innjoo note to a blackberry IMEI and earlier today, I successfully rooted the android phone and have come to share with you, the simplest means on how you can root Innjoo Note.
I am still experimenting on new things I can achieve on the innjoo note android phone and I will try writing on those new things that I feel my readers would be interested in. For now, here’s how to root the innjoo Note using KingRoot APK Application.
How To Root Innjoo Note Using KingRoot APK Application
There are loads of android rooting softwares you can use in rooting the innjoo note android phone but I choose to use KingRoot because it’s an android APK application and does not need a computer before the rooting process can be done. However, you need an internet enabled android phone.
Steps To Rooting Android Phone Using KingRoot APK App
==> First and foremost, Download Kingroot app here using the android phone you want to root.
==> Choose to install the app. You would probably get a warning during the installation process. Just ignore and choose to continue.
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==> After successful installation, launch the app, Launch and wait for the app to diagnose the device completely. Writings are in Chinese but don’t be scared, just take note of the keywords.
==> After diagnosing is complete, Tap On the Round Green cycle that says ‘ROOT‘. Wait for some minutes and please make sure you are connected to an active and fast data plan connection.
==> After some few minutes, you should get the check mark in the green circle stating Root and a blue line below with some Chinese writings. That means the device has been successfully rooted.
Just tap on the blue lining and you’d realize KingUser app has been installed automatically.
How Do I Verify If The Android Phone Has Been Fully Rooted?
If the kingroot app been automatically installed and the Kinguser app being displayed your menu doesn’t seem too convincing for you, you can Download and Install Root Check App from Google Play Store.
You’d be requested to grant access. Choose to authorize and you should get a notification clearly stating ROOTED if your device has been rooted.
With my innjoo note android phone being successfully rooted, i am trying to device a means to installing fonts on the innjoo note. Although it’s not beingn productive so far (worked out eventually). but I will keep trying and keep you updated on that as soon as a working means is discovered.