If you want to install custom firmware, run apps that require root access, or make other changes, there’s good news: The Archos 62 Xenonis just about as easy to work with as earlier Archos devices. You no longer need to deal with a PC or Mac, special rooting programs, or ADB commands. If you’ve ever wanted to root but thought it was too difficult or confusing, this is your guide.
Kingroot app is not available on the Play Store, you’ll need to enable sideloading on your phone or tablet. To do this, just head to Settings, then tap Security. In here, tick the box next to Unknown Sources and press OK.
Step-by-step guide on how to root the Archos 62 Xenon smartphone on Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
- Download KingRoot.apk
- Browse the app using a file manager.
- Install the app normally by just tap on the app.
- After the installation completed, run the King Root application normally.
- Once run the tool, it will take a few seconds to identify your device. At this time enable the wifi or data connection to connect the app to the development server.
- To start the rooting process tap on the app’s main screen “Start to root” button.
- Next, you can see the progress bar with the completed percentage.
- Once your the phone is rooted you restart the device and you have root access.
With Kingroot, the rooting process is extremely easy on Archos 62 Xenon. If you ran into any issues, just comment below and we’ll help you out.