Root Android KitKat 4.4.2 & 4.4.4 with or without Computer

May. 24, 2016. Posted by to Tutorials
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You decided to take the plunge and get permits root on your Android KitKat phone to obtain full control, but only thinking about the procedures to be followed there is a sore feel? Do not worry because there are several universal methods to gain root permissions on Android easily and quickly without having to go to search for files and correct version of Odin for your device.

 

In this article, you will find the best programs and the best app to use for root your Android KitKat 4.4.2 or 4.4.4 device, whatever it is, in just one click. Grab your Android and read on to find out where to get your hands. Supported Android brand includes Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola, Huawei, OnePlus, OPPO, MEIZU, Lenovo, etc...

 

 

Part 1: How to Root Android KitKat without Computer

The first recommended method is to download an app dedicated to rooting your device, install it and press the button that will allow you to start rooting. The procedure is identical for each of them. Do you not know how to install apps outside the Play Store? Allow us to explain us:

 

Towelroot

Towelroot was created by Geohot. It was designed specifically for Samsung Galaxy S5, but now it is compatible with most of the Android devices from Android 4.0 – 4.3. In addition, to retaining the rooting permission does not affect KNOX, Samsung integrated security service since Android 4.3.

 

Kingroot

This root method supports almost every version of Android, even some devices updated to Android Lollipop. It is one of the most effective and popular rooting app from China. The only annoyance is that it can install Kinguser instead of SuperSU, a Chinese root manager, but equally valid with some extra functionality.

 

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Framaroot

Framaroot is one of the best rooting apps to easily gain root permissions. It is just a tap away to unlock the permissions. A large number of devices are supported by this app. In the pull-down window, just select Install SuperSU to perform the qualification.

 

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Part 2: How to Root Android KitKat with Computer

There are some of the cases that the device can’t be rooted with Android apps listed above. Actually, rooting is a complicated task and it is more secure to do it on a computer because it has more power and the needed tools for rooting such as Odin, driver update. In here, we will use AnyRooter Android Root Pro to obtain root permission. The reason is simple. It is the best user friendly and powerful rooting program currently available on Windows and Mac. It supports all the Android phones and tablets and you can check whether the device list before rooting.

 

Step 1: Download the program on a computer and install it later.

 

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Step 2: Turn on USB debugging on your phone. Generally, you can do this by unlocking developer options on your device and enable USB debugging from there. Go to Settings -> About phone and tap Build number 7 times. Back to Settings -> Developer options and open USB debugging in there.

 

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Step 3: Connect your Android device to computer with USB cable and launch AnyRooter program on the computer. Your device will be detected by the program. If not, then you need to download and install the latest USB driver.

 

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Step 4: Click "Root Now". The program starts scanning the device info and backup your data. Once all the preparations were finished. It will root the device immediately. The whole process will be done in a few minutes. You can watch it from the progress bar.

 

When your search on Google, there are tons of rooting suggestions out there but most of them are just too complicated for beginner users. My advice is to use AnyRooter if you failed at this by using rooting apps, because it is 1-click root solution. You don’t have to do much thing for the rooting. And the success rate is much higher than other apps. No matter which rooting app or program you are going to use, you need to backup your phone first. This will ensure the important data is under protection. You can restore the data from the existing backup.