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KingoRoot Reviews

kingoroot recommended by CNET

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Not saying CNET can be trusted implicitly (their download.com software service is riddled with adware, and their recommendations no longer appear to be independent):
https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-easily-root-an-android-device/

But ... neither can WOT, if PC Mag is to be believed:
http://www.pcmag.com/news/349328/web-of-trust-browser-extension-cannot-be-trusted

TechRadar also refers to Kingo Root, so that's two thumbs up from news media, and one thumbs down from WOT, a service that allows downvotes not just on facts but opinion. Your call!

http://www.techradar.com/how-to/how-to-get-google-assistant-right-now-on-almost-any-android-device

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Says "free" on the site. But upon installing and running the "one click root". It brings up a screen asking for $10 USD and your email for an "appointment" for a "professional" to root your device. But their website never even mentions any paid services nor does the tutorial section actually show any such "appointment" screen.

Clicking the "X" to close that screen exits the whole app. Do not trust them, it is a scam.

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  • It Simply roots, one click install
  • Alternative of Kingroot if it doesn’t work
  • Bloatware such as lockscreen and purify
  • Doesn’t work on some devices such as Asus Zenfone GO 4.5
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