This page is created to help users who don’t know how to correctly uninstall Kingo Android Root in Windows. With two different solutions provided you can choose the one you like and have a clear understanding how to remove programs.
Kingo Android Root is one of the Kingo system debugging software for Android devices. It’s designed to offer rooting methods for a large number of Android devices from different manufacturers including Samsung, Google, HTC, Sony, ZTE, Lenovo, etc. Before you uninstall Kingo Android Root, you may want to unroot your Android phone first. Here are the steps to follow:
1. Launch Kingo Android Root.
2. Connect your device to your computer via USB cable.
3. Click “Remove Root” to start when you’re ready.
4. Remove Root Succeeded. Click “Finish” to reboot your device.
Then you can move on to uninstall it by taking the steps below.
Specific Steps to Uninstall Kingo Android Root on Your PC
First of all, make sure you’re using an Administrator account. If your system never had a second account, skip this, and start the removal right away:
1. Close Kingo Android Root first.
Stop the KingoRoot program from running in the background no matter what. It may not be necessary towards the removal of some programs, but just in case.
2. Open the list of currently installed programs.
Windows 7: Open the Start menu > Select Control Panel > Click Uninstall a program
Windows 8/8.1: Right-click on the Start button > Click Programs and Features
Windows 10: Right-click on the Start button > Click Programs and Features
3. Uninstall Kingo Android Root via the Programs and Features.
Click on Kingo ROOT > Uninstall or Double-click Kingo ROOT to activate its default uninstaller > confirm the removal > wait for the wizard to finish the process.
4. Open the Windows Registry Editor.
Windows 7: Open the Start menu > Execute “regedit” in the search box
Windows 8/8.1: Point your mouse to the bottom-right corner > Select Search > Execute “regedit” in the box
Windows 10: In the bottom-left corner of your screen, execute “regedit” in the search box on the taskbar
5. Delete the vestiges to completely uninstall Kingo Android Root.
If you’re sure there is no other Kingo Root programs installed, you can now remove the files that regular uninstallation might leave behind. Before doing this, you might want to Back up the Registry in case of any mistaken deletion.
Then to check for other possible leftovers, on the navigator of Registry Editor, click Edit > Find… > search for “Kingo Android Root” > Delete the file (s)/folder (s) if found.
6. Reboot your PC to take effect.
Then check your system tray (right end of the taskbar) and Task Manager (hit Ctrl + Alt + Del to open), if Kingo ROOT is not there then the removal was successful.
In case you don’t quite like the above solution, we have prepared the second. Continue your browsing under the next subtitle to find out.
Uninstall Kingo Android Root within Three Minutes
Totally check this if you’re seeking for a shortcut. This is the efficient third-party tool I recommended, with which you can remove any potentially unwanted programs (PUP) within minutes. Steps:
- Click the green Download button (or go to the homepage).
- Install Max Uninstaller.
- Run it and you will see the list of all the programs currently installed on your machine.
- Select the Kingo ROOT icon and click on the green Run Analysis button.
- Keep all files checked in the list and hit the green Complete Uninstall button.
- After a few seconds, it will give you the option to Scan Leftovers (cleaning out the keys from Windows Registry), click it.
- At last, hit the green Delete Leftovers button to completely uninstall Kingo Android Root.
Voila, the job is finished : )
Video Demonstration – How to uninstall Kingo Android Root with the utility
Benefits and Disadvantages of Rooting Your Android
If you’re in a dilemma whether you should root your new and expensive Android phone, read our conclusion for reference.
Benefits of Rooting an Android Phone:
- Run special applications
- Run custom ROMs
- Free Internet storage
Disadvantages of Rooting Your Android:
- Your phone might get bricked
- You might end up voiding phone’s warrenty
Hopefully this is useful to every user.