How To Root Sony Xperia X

Here you will learn on how to root Sony Xperia X without computer using KingRoot apk. The KingRoot process of rooting the smartphone is similar like you have done it with other smartphones.

And on this post we will guide you through the entire processes need to obtain root access or privileged you wish to enjoy over your beloved device.

Preparations

  • Make sure you have unlocked your device’s bootloader.
    Follow each step and do not skip any of them.
  • Be sure your Sony Xperia X is connected to the internet because KingRoot does require this in order to root your device.
    Make backup first before rooting.
  • Enable Unknown Sources option first, do so by going to Settings -> Security -> Find and tap Unknown Sources option there.

    Enable Unknown Sources Option

    This is needed to avoid being blocked by your device during the installing the KingRoot apk guys.

  • Charger your device battery power if it’s less in power.

Disclaimer. Root can nullify your Sony Xperia X warranty. And in that case all responsible is yours to take.

How to root Sony Xperia X without computer

Step 1 — Download KingRoot apk to your Sony Xperia X.  And then install the apk file.

Step 2 — Now after the installation is done, open the KingRoot app. You will see its interface telling you that Root Access Is Unavailable, you can tap on Start Root blue button to begin rooting.

Step 3 — When KingRoot is rooting your Sony Xperia X, you will see the progressing blue around with percentage number. On this phase just wait only guys till the entire rooting process get completed.

Step 4 — Once done, you will see the Root Successfully notification from KingRoot application now.

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Well done my friend because you have successfully rooted your Sony Xperia X using KingRoot app without computer. If you have any questions then please reveal them on the provided comment area and I will do my best to respond you all.

Additional. Now your Sony Xperia X is rooted and it is now using KingUser as the root management app. If you prefer SuperSU to do the job. Then you can do it by replacing KingUser to SuperSU and I have posted the complete instructions to do so on how to replace KingUser with SuperSU page.


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