In Android phones, rooting means gaining the privilege to modify the software code on your Android device or install other software that the manufacturer wouldn’t normally allow you to.
Rooting might become an essential need for an Android phone due to its significance. Most times, utility apps ask for root permission to perform certain functions effectively.
Some years back during the era of older Android versions like the KitKat, Marshmallow and even Jelly Bean, rooting was vital and very necessary for most Android users including me because I can’t use a phone then without rooting it. But right now, I don’t see the reason to stress yourself anymore to root your Android phones running Android 7, 8 and above because these newer Android versions comes with almost all the features you will get from a rooted smartphone. Thanks to Google Android developers.
Meanwhile, if you insist in having your phone running on Android 7 Nougat rooted, here is How to Root Android 7.0/7.1 Nougat Without PC.
To root Android 7.0/7.1 without PC, we shall be making use of a rooting app called Kingo Root.
How to Root Android 7.0/7.1 Nougat Without PC
- Download and install Kingo Root App from here.
- Ensure you enable your device internet connectivity as it is required to download the rooting scripts to be used from Kingo’s server.
- Launch the installed app and tap “One Click Root” to start rooting the device.
- Wait for the notification message, usually rooting succeeded or rooting failed.
Enjoy your rooted Android 7.0/7.1 device.