How to ROOT ANY ANDROID PHONE (2018) No Computer | Root Android 7.0 Kingroot | Harrison Broadbent

46 Comments

Leave a Reply
  1. This is NOT correct. There are many variables that come in to play when you're rooting a device. Manufacturer, Android version, processor (Snapdragon or Exynos), and even carrier. Verizon for instance must give one hell of a blowjob to Samsung, you try this on a Verizon Note 7 and it's going to turn your phone off and never come back on again. IF YOU WANT TO ROOT YOUR PHONE DO YOUR HOMEWORK. XDA Developers is the best place to started. Do NOT try what this jackass is showing people. Honestly you probably have a 5% chance of this method working.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

19 − nineteen =