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So hopefully my blog will help others who are also trying to do this.
Anyway, I have used my laptop for rooting Android devices before, so unfortunately don’t have a clean system with which to start with, but I can give you some tips about how I rooted my device.
Probably the easiest way to do this is get hold of the Samsung Kies software – I used Kies 3 which you can get here.
Once you have verified that you can talk to the phone with Kies via USB, you will need to enable USB debugging.
But it still remembers I installed it so guess it’s still hanging around in the phone somewhere: Good luck, let me know in the comments how you get on.My Samsung is running Android 4.4.2 – I’m not sure if this will work if you are running a different version.Before you can use Kingoroot you will need to make sure you can talk to your phone via USB.I needed to root my Samsung S5 Mini so I could have a play with an app called “Intelli3G”, but as usual when searching the net I came across various forum posts that stretched to numerous pages without giving any concrete info.I get fed up of wading through pages and pages of posts, I just want a page that tells me what I need to do!All was going well until I was on a voice call and the guy at the other end was complaining I was very choppy and hard to hear.I noticed I only had 1 bar of signal even though I would normally have a full 5 bar signal, the mast is literally just down the road.Go to your “Settings” menu and select “About Device”.Scroll to the bottom and tap “Build number” enough times until debug mode becomes available.But switching it manually back forth is a real chore, so I searched for an app.There seem to be plenty out there but the one I picked is called “Intelli3G”.