How To Root Xiaomi Mi5 with KingRoot App (One-Click Root)

If you have purchased a new Xiaomi Mi5 phone and wish to get root access over the internal file system of your phone to enjoy it to its full potential then we have a detailed guide on how to root Xiaomi Mi5 easily with KingRoot One-Click Rooting app. One Click rooting methods such as KingRoot is a fast, easy, secure way to root most of the Android devices without any computer/laptop. Interested to taste the every feature of Android which you can’t do without root like installing third-party apps, custom ROMs, custom recoveries and enhance the battery life of your Xiaomi Mi5? Then go ahead and follow the given guide.

Rooting actually allows you to get administrative rights which can be termed as actual access that permits you to control your device like perform tweaks and customization. In short, you’ll be the super user of the device to control the phone the way you wish.

Before Getting Started:

  • Take a proper backup of all your important data and settings before proceeding to the installation guide.
  • Make sure that the battery level of your phone is about 50-60% to avoid unexpected shutdowns.
  • Enable USB Debugging option on your phone by navigating to Settings > Developer Options. If your can’t see the Developer Options then go to Settings > About Phone and click 6-7 times on build number. Once the Developer Options is shown, enable USB Debugging option.

Steps To Root Xiaomi Mi5 using KingRoot App without PC

Step No 1:- Download Kingroot App

Step No 2:- Go to Setting > Security Setting and enable Unknown Source from there.

Step No 3:- Install the King Root apk in your Xiaomi Mi5 and run it.

Step No 4:- You will see a big circle in it, click on it and wait for the process done.

Step No 5:- Next, you’ll see a white tick in the green circle, means your device is now rooted.

Step No 6:- Reboot your device.

Done! You have successfully rooted your Xiaomi Mi5 phone without a PC. Now if you want to verify that either your device is rooted or not, download any root checker app from play store.

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