If you are reading this then you’ve most definitely been hit with that KingRoot app not Installed Error on your Android device. Well, I’m glad to tell you that it can be fixed and we will be showing you how to go about it in this guide.
Kingroot App is a one-click root app which means that you only have to download the app, click on root inside the app and voila, your phone is rooted. This is perhaps the reason you’ve chosen it to root your Android device. Now, for Kingroot to be able to root your device or get root access, it has to bypass some restrictions Android has in place. This is probably the reason you’re getting the Kingroot app not Installed error as your Android device is already detecting that the Kingroot app is about to bypass those restrictions.
You should also know that Rooting your phone automatically voids your warranty and there is also a chance of bricking your device (Getting stuck at the boot logo). Before you make use of the app, make sure you know what you are doing as well as the risk involved in doing so. Once you’re clear on all that, then you can then go ahead and fix the Kingroot app not Installed Error, Install the app, root your device and proceed to flash custom ROMs and other flashables.
How To Fix KingRoot App Not Installed Error On Android
Since Android doesn’t allow the installation of apps from third-party sites then you’ll have to allow that before trying to install the KingRoot App as it isn’t available on the Google play store. To do that, go to Settings >> Security >> Allow Installation from unknown sources and Toggle it On.
Once You’ve allowed the installation of apps from unknown sources, you can now go ahead and download and Install the KingRoot App. Now, if you’re installing the KingRoot app on Android 4.4 KitKat and below then there shouldn’t be a problem. However, if you’re installing the app on Android 5.0 Lollipop, 6.0 Marshmallow or Higher then you might be hit with the Installation blocked Error.
When that happens and you tap Ok, You’ll get the app not Installed error. To fix this, you’ll have to go back to where you save the KingRoot App and Tap on it to Install. When you get the Installation blocked Again, don’t tap on Ok. Simply tap on the down-facing arrow and click on Install Anyway(Unsafe)
The KingRoot app will begin to Install, give it some minutes and the app will be successfully installed. You can now open the app and root your device.
That’s how to fix KingRoot app not Installed on your Android device. However, if the app still refuses to install after doing the above then it might be one of the following problems: Insufficient Storage Space, Corrupted Storage, Incorrect App Install Location, Corrupted App or apk file or Invalid Apk Signature/Certificate.