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How to root your Android 8.1 Oreo

We are here today to guide you step by step on how to root  your android Oreo 8.1 with Kingoroot apk app for Android or Kingoroot exe software for PC.

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As we know it’s pretty difficult to use some awesome app on Oreo and most users find it difficult to root your Android 8.1 Oreo,  even some people get their devices on dead brick during the root process.

Because of different queries from our users; they can’t modify 8.1 Oreo, they don’t have permission to install some app like mod apk app and it’s difficult to root.

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I hoped most of you are aware of Kingoroot app, it’s one of the easiest Android rooting app to gain root permission without stressing yourself and it will not void your warranty.

Kingoroot app was confirmed to work successfully on the following android models which are: Samsung series like S, A and J series, HTC, Oukitel, Huawei, Intel Infinix and some other products.

Things you have to put in mind before rooting your android 8.1 Oreo phone

We are going to analyze possible things that will happen to your phone if you do it in the wrong way or if something went wrong.

Remember, this article is for educational purposes only, we are not responsible for any damages on your phone. Although it’s not going to happen but have it in your mind.

If you root your smartphone, you will not have access to company support because when you gain root permission, it will trigger your warranty or void your warranty if your device has any software issues in the future, the manufacturing company will not be responsible for it.

Rooting your smartphone can stop some banking app not to work.

If you root your phone and you don’t use it in the right way, then you should be ready for a malware attack. I mean some
annoying pop-up ads that you will not be able to trace talkless of removing it.

If you have root permission, you have access to modify your bootloader or change OS and during that process, your smartphone might enter soft brick or dead brick..

Let me ask you this question before we proceed.

Why must you root your device?
If something goes wrong during rooting, will you be able to revert it back to normal?
What did you want to use rooted android for, don’t you have an alternative way?

If you have the main reason for rooting your smartphone let’s go on but if you just which to use your device as an experiment, let’s move on.

What you will gain after rooting your device
1. You will have access to install some applications that need root permission

2. You will gain access to use custom ROM or upgrade your Android to the latest OS.

3. Access to spoof your smartphone to any model e.g from Infinix to Samsung.

4. Ability to remove official boot logo and flash latest update

5. Access to boost your network signal and many functions.

What you need before you root your Android 8.1 Oreo smartphone without using laptop

Check the requirement below before going to root section.

Your android device must be fully charged, or have at least 60% on it and you must have an active data connection, either on 4G or 3G network

Backup your necessary contacts, videos, photos and some documents. Although this process will not tamper with your file but in case something went wrong. So that you will be on a safer angle.

Download and install latest version of Kingoroot apk app from here

How to root your Android 8.1 Oreo

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Use the link provided above to download Kingoroot app and install it during installation, playstore we tell you that you are about to install the dangerous app but click anyway to install it.
After successful installation, launch the Kingoroot app and it will redirect you to Accessibility, just add Kingoroot there as prompt on the screen.

Now you have to open the developer option, but you will not find it on your Android because you have not enabled it.
To enable developer option, navigate to settings>> click on about phone>>move to Build number and hit on it for about 5 times to enable developer option for you. During the process, your smartphone will ask for password, just enter your password and developer option will be available for you.
Now navigate back to android settings and locate your developer option.

Under developer option, click to enable USB debugging mode
Click to activate OEM i.e unlock bootloader
Disable verify app via USB
After those settings, go back to your Kingoroot app and click on gain root access.
Make sure you have a strong internet connection, after clicking on root access, it might fail for the first time, then try it again and wait till you see root succeed.

If you want to confirm your device was rooted, download super-su application from playstore and check maybe you have root permission.