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How to fix Kingo Root Error Code 0x?

Published on April 10th, 2022

The "kingo root error code 0x" is a common error that occurs when users try to root their Android devices using the Kingo Root software. This error can occur for a variety of reasons, but the most common cause is that the user is trying to root their device with an unsupported version of the Android operating system. Other causes of this error include using an incompatible version of the Kingo Root software, or having an improperly configured Android device.

1. Restart your device and try again

  1. Turn off your phone.
  2. Press and hold the Volume Down button and the Power button at the same time until the phone turns off.
  3. When the phone has turned off, press and hold the Volume Down button and the Power button again until you see the Android logo screen.
  4. Release the Power button and press the Volume Down button until you see the Recovery mode screen.
  5. Use the Volume Down button to scroll to "wipe data/factory reset" and press the Power button to select it.
  6. Use the Volume Down button to scroll to "yes" and press the Power button to select it.
  7. Press the Volume Down button until you see the "reboot system now" screen.
  8. Press the Power button to select it.
  9. After your phone has rebooted, you will need to set it up again.

2. Check for updates and install any available updates

To check for updates and install any available updates on your device, follow these steps:

  1. From your device's Home screen, tap Settings.
  2. Tap System updates.
  3. Tap Check for updates.
  4. If there are any updates available, tap Update.
  5. tap Download and install.
  6. When the update is complete, tap Restart now.
  7. Your device will restart.

3. Try using a different USB cable

  1. Ensure that the device you are connecting to your computer is correctly identified. For example, if you are connecting a phone to your computer, make sure the phone is correctly identified as a USB mass storage device.
  2. If you are using a USB cable that is not the original cable that came with your device, be sure to purchase a replacement cable from your device's manufacturer.
  3. Connect your device to your computer.
  4. Right-click on the device in the computer's drive and select "Properties."
  5. Select the "Device Manager" tab.
  6. Under "Hardware," you will see a list of devices connected to your computer. You will need to find your device's USB serial number. To do this, click on the arrow next to the device's name and select "Details."
  7. Under "Serial Number," you will see the number listed next to "USB Serial Number."
  8. Click on the "Driver" tab and select "Update Driver" from the drop-down menu.
  9. Click on "Browse my computer for driver software."
  10. Locate the file "usb_serial.inf" on your computer and select it.
  11. Click on "Next."
  12. Click on "Yes."
  13. In the "Driver File Location" box, type the path to the driver file.
  14. Click on "Finish."
  15. Right-click on the device in the "Device Manager" tab and select "Update Driver Software."
  16. Click on "Browse my computer for driver software."
  17. Locate the file "usb_serial.inf" on your computer and select it.
  18. Click on "Next."
  19. Click on "Yes."
  20. In the "Driver File Location" box, type the path to the driver file.
  21. Click on "Finish."

4. Try using a different USB port

There is not a specific way to fix this error code, but there are a few things that can be done in order to try and fix it. The first thing that can be tried is to try and reset the device by holding down the "power" button and the "volume up" button for about ten seconds. If that does not work, then it may be necessary to try and connect the device to another USB port on the computer.

5. Try using a different computer

  1. Boot your device into recovery mode. To do this, turn off your device and then press and hold both the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons simultaneously until you see the Android robot appear on the screen. Release the buttons and then press the Power button to restart your device.
  2. Once your device has restarted, press and hold the Volume Up button and press the Power button to turn on the device.
  3. After your device has turned on, press and hold the Volume Up button and press the Volume Down button to go into the recovery mode.
  4. In the recovery mode, use the Volume buttons to scroll to the bottom of the screen and press the Power button to select the “wipe data/factory reset” option.
  5. Press the Volume Up button to scroll to the “advanced” option and press the Power button to select it.
  6. Press the Volume Up button to scroll to the “wipe cache partition” option and press the Power button to select it.
  7. Press the Volume Up button to scroll to the “wipe dalvik cache” option and press the Power button to select it.
  8. Press the Volume Up button to scroll to the “wipe system partition” option and press the Power button to select it.
  9. Press the Volume Up button to scroll to the “reboot system now” option and press the Power button to select it.
  10. After your device has restarted, use the Volume buttons to scroll to the “wipe data/factory reset” option and press the Power button to select it.
  11. Press the Volume Up button to scroll to the “reboot system now” option and press the Power button to select it.

6. Check that your device is in Developer Mode and that USB Debugging is enabled

Please enable USB debugging on your device first. To do this, go to Settings > Developer Options and turn on USB debugging. Next, connect your device to your computer using a USB cable. You should see a message in the computer's notification area indicating that the device has been connected. If USB debugging is not enabled on your device, you will not be able to fix kingo root error code 0xE0000107.

Still not working? maybe try one of these options:

  1. Try running the Kingo Root app as an administrator.
  2. Try temporarily disabling your antivirus software.
  3. Try factory resetting your device.