How to Root Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with KingoRoot

Android version 4.1 to 4.3 is code-named as Jelly Bean.It was released in July 2012. In facts, Jelly Bean has improved User interface speed and responsiveness of Google’s mobile OS. Anyway, Android Jelly Bean is still has a large number of users. Furthermore, so many devices(phone & Tablets) with android 4.1.2 are still working well such as Sony Xperia Z, Samsung Galaxy , HTC One and so on. If you have an Andriod 4.1.2 device  and you would need to customize your own device as well as delete some bloatware(Useless Apps) or some proceed other operations when your device need root permission. At that time, KingoRoot  will help you to achieve your Goal.

Prerequisites  to use KingoRoot APK

  • Get All  Backup on your Android Device.
  • At least 50% battery level.
  • Internet connection necessary.

How to Root Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with KingoRoot Apk

1.Download KingoRoot.apkClick the link above to download KingoRoot.apk  file to your Andriod 4.1.2 device. Generally, you can find the file in your “Download” folder.If Chrome has warned you about KingoRoot.apk when please click “OK” to proceed.

2.Install KingoRoot.apk on your Andriod 4.1.2 device.

Generally,you can’t install any 3rd party apps to your Android Device.So you may see a prompt as installation block.Anyway,you should enable unknown source on your device before start installation of kingoroot.

3. Launch KingoRoot.apk to start rooting.

After you has installed KingoRoot Apk,Click the icon of KingoRoot to launch it. Finally, click on One Click Root to begin the rooting process. You should provide stable internet connection why KingoRoot use rooting scripts  from Kingo’s server.

4.Waiting for a few seconds the result screen will appear soon.

5.Succeeded or Failed.

After rooting process succeeded,anyway if  you will find a SuperUser icon which indicates you have a successful ROOT.

Generally,This version can root with KingoRoot Apk.Thanks

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