Make sure you know what you're doing before you root your phone as you may brick your phone while doing this, so I take NO responsibility to the damages done to your phone. Back up all your data before attempting this.
Download the latest version of KingRoot (link above) and install it. Before doing anything else, charge your phone to 100% and get a strong Wi-Fi signal. Once you do that, open up the KingRoot app and go through the little "Welcome" pages. Then just tap the Big Blue button in the middle and set your phone down for about 20 minutes (may take longer, or shorter). If your phone shuts off in the middle of it, don't panic, it should turn on again and resume by itself, but if it goes into a bootloop or doesn't turn on at all, you bricked your phone. Once it's complete, restart your phone and download Root Checker Basic (or SuperSU) and confirm it.
This may not work on your phone but try it.
· 4 years ago