How to uninstall Kingroot App? This is the question I often get from the friends who use the rooted Android device. They want to replace Kingroot App with SuperSu App as they don’t find the Kingroot App useful anymore. Kingroot App allows you to root your Android device but at the same time, it does not come with all useful features like the SuperSu App. So, in this guide, I will explain how to easily uninstall the Kingroot App and replace kingroot with supersu. There are lots of guides available on the internet but I will be sharing the working guide to uninstall the kingroot.
How to Uninstall Kingroot and replace with SuperSu App
Kingroot App allows you to root your Android device easily without much difficulty. You don’t even need to use Computer for rooting your phone by using the kingroot App. Although it is the easy process, it always has its own limitations and drawback. So, very soon people feel that they don’t have full access to their device even after rooting and start to search for
“Replace kingroot with SuperSu”
So, here is how you can unroot and uninstall Kingroot and install the SuperSu App on your Android device.
Steps to uninstall Kingroot
Please note that this is the 100% working method to replace kingroot with SuperSu Application. It works on almost every rooted Android device and it was personally tested by me. Now, it is your turn to try these step and uninstall kingroot.
- Download the Terminal Emulator for Android App from the link given above and install it.
- Now, download the Zip file mentioned above and unzip it using any file manager.
- Now after unzipping move the extracted “MRW” folder to root directory of your phone storage.
- After moving the folder, open Terminal Emulator on your rooted device and type “SU” command in the terminal window.
- Now, you will get lots of prompt asking for access, just give access to all prompt messages.
- Once, you grant permission to all, now type “sh /sdcard/mrw/root.sh“ on the terminal screen. Please Note: After this step, you may receive some error but you can ignore it.
- Now the SuperSu App will be opened automatically on your phone. If it doesn’t open automatically, just go to App tray and open it manually.
- After opening the App sometimes it may ask to update the Superuser Binary, just click Continue and select normal mode.
- At last, after following all these steps simply restart your device. Now open the SuperSu App and check whether it works well. This is the working tutorial to replace the Kingroot’s KingUser with Chainfire’s SuperSU Application.
Please try this steps on your rooted Android device to uninstall Kingroot and replace Kingroot with SuperSu App. If it works perfectly for you then please leave a comment below. Also, if you face any problem then mention them in the comment box. In case if it doesn’t work with your device then comment so that I can guide you with another working method to replace kingroot with SuperSU.