KingRoot may stop working if you update your Android version. Currently, mobile devices manufacturers try to avoid the rooting of their devices, so you may need to reset the app to be able to use it.
2. Download and prepare to install [Root] Rashr below by first downloading TWRP Recovery from here on the forums. Once you have the recovery downloaded and in the root of your sdcard,install this app. You will be first prompted with a disclaimer,select \"I know the risk\" option and then select the big \"recovery\" button,and then select \"Other from storage\"..now select recovery.img [this is your recovery image,be sure to extract it from any zip it may be in,Rashr will need the base recovery img file]from your sdcard and allow the app to flash it,once the app flashes the recovery img it will offer the option to boot in to recovery.. Go ahead and reboot in to recovery and move on to step 3.
3. Once in recovery backup your current rom. Once that is done perform a wipe of cache,dalvik-cache,data,internal storage and system,and finally install rom of your choice and reboot. (Already have one downloaded and ready to try out..) I would suggest something like L Awe rom as something to begin with and you wont be disappointed. It is a well made custom stock rom.
I go by rb2tfm @xda forums where this post / reply is from. These instructions, if followed correctly, DOES work 100%. Just a few hours ago ZTE Quest - n8717 - KK 4.4.4.. / Rooted. After rooting I installed eu.chainfire.supersu_2.79-SR3, the first time it tried to update the binaries I chose 'Normal' method and about 1 minute later it failed so I manually rebooted. After reboot I uninstalled the Kingo SuperUser with root app delete from the playstore and rebooted again. After reboot SuperSU took it's place so I opened it and configured the settings - All 100-% / Rooted.
I was finally able to remove the last traces of Kingroot by doing a factory re set and update. For the longest time Sony and Verizon stopped supporting the Z3v. Then for what ever reason (that I'm thankful for) Sony started to support the phone again. This updated the phone to Lollipop and removed Kingroot. Ironically I installed Kingroot to be able to update the phone and get bloat off. My problem wasn't so much with Malwarebytes always finding it in a scan, or that it was malicious, It was that you couldn't get the phone to show that it wasn't rooted even after supposedly unrooting or derooting it with Kingroot itself. Under \"About Phone\" it always showed up as being rooted, and some apps, like GooglePay won't install on a rooted device. Anyway, my problem has been solved and I just wanted to let people know that Malwarebytes can't remove that last bit of Kingroot that just never goes away, and to beware if you decide to try it.
If you want to replace KingUser KingRoot with SuperSU, I have two methods/ways to replace it. Try one of them that compatible with your Android device cos there is one android phone doesn't compatible with one of method. Read this How to Replace KingUser KingRoot with SuperSU. If you haven't rooted your Android device you can read to download and install KingRoot this How to Root any Android Device Using KingRoot.
Step 6: Now, you will get some error message initially, but in the end, the SuperSU app will be launched. If not, launch the SuperSU app installed in your device manually and update SU binary. Once updated, reboot your device.
I have rooted my Huawei P8-Lite ALE-L21 with superuser.zip. After successful root I tried to change superuser app. So, I have installed KingoUser.apk and after that I have clicked on superSu app -> settings -> switch superuser app. It didn't work. So, I installed Link2SD app and converted KingoUser as a system app. Now, when I launching SuperSu or KingoUser, some warning message pops up and says that the su binary needs to be updated. 59ce067264