[100% Working] Easily Fix Kingroot App Not Installed Error On Android

Fix Kingroot App Not Installed error on Android. Kingroot app still stands out as one of the best one click rooting app for Android. With kingroot, you don’t need a PC before being able to root your Android device.

Having being in existence for years now, the app developers sure knows their craft.

Update: While this post is intended to fix the app not installed error on the kingroot application, this process also works for Kingoroot. Kingoroot is another rooting app. Hence, if experiencing kingoroot app not installed, this should get it fixed.

As I earlier mentioned in a post where I talked on fixing ‘Root Strategy Unavailable’, Kingroot looks for exploits in Android devices in other to successfully root them. Now, when an update is made, Android tends to patch those exploits hence not giving kingroot a chance to root the device.

In essence, it’s safe to say that Kingroot tries to bypass Android security and yes, there are chances you’d get errors when trying to install the app. However, this tutorial should guide you in installing the app if being faced with ‘App not installed‘ error or if faced with the unable to install error.

Fix Kingroot App Not Installed On Android

The Simple solution to fix kingroot app not installed is to have the app downloaded from a trusted external source, make your android phone install apps from external sources by navigating to settings > Security > Unknown sources and equally follow the steps that will be further explained below.

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First, since the app isn’t available on Google Play Store, you need to download from an external source. I would recommend downloading from this particular website here. Downloading from the external source guarantees you are downloading the latest version of the app.

But just before you go ahead and download, you should allow installations from external sources on your Android device.

How to Allow App Installation from External Sources On Android

By default, Android doesn’t allow you install apps downloaded from external sources. You can only download and install apps from Google Play Store. Trying to install the app will present an unable to install error. But that can be changed.

To allow installation of apps from external sources on your android phone, Go to Settings > Security > Unknown Sources, toggle it ON.

Having turned that on, you can go ahead and install the app you downloaded from the official site stated above.

Bypass Installation Blocked Error

When installing kingroot on Android devices running Android Lollipop or marshmallow OS, you’d most likely face the installation blocked error.

Upon tapping OK, you’d be faced with App not installed error.

Kingroot app not installed error

So, how do we avoid this and install the app?

Here is a step-by-step guide to bypass Installation blocked error when installing the application.

Choose to install the app and Tap on the More details navigation icon as indicated below.

 more details option on installing kingroot

Scroll down and Tap on Install anyway (unsafe).

Install anyway option on Kingroot installation

The app will attempt installing and after a few minutes, the app should be installed.

Kingroot app successfully installed

There you have it. You have successfully fixed unable to install kingroot app. If you still face installation issues (which is rare), this post should guide you through fixing it.

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So, that’s how you can easily fix kingroot app not installed error on Android without breaking a sweat.

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Samuel Adeniyi

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25 Comments

    • this is what you gotta do. go to SETTINGS in general tab scroll down to and click GOOGLE SERVICES or find google settings instead of regular settings and go down and click SECURITY now go to GOOGLE PLAY PROTECT. then disable SCAN DEVICE FOR SECURITY THREATS. after u do that it will say only play store apps will be checked. and now u can install it no problem.

      • hello,I can’t do it:between my SETTINGS, in APPLICATIONS only G.,G.PLAY, and G.P.SERVICES,no security settings,no play protect and s.o….what you think,where are
        these things you said in a Blackview (no possibility to install anyway)

      • I did exactly as you said and it installed. But when I opened the app and went to root explorer to activate it, I got this message: “root access is not installed, functions are not available now”. What do I do now?

  • I try to root my huawei phone and then worked fine. But when I try to in root and reset my phone and wants to install an application it doesn’t work. I HV tried a lot but didn’t get any result do u know any gud method to install application on my phone any method. I’m stuck with only default application.

        • hey lg guy i figured it out i also have lg and sumsung. this is what you gotta do. on lg. go to SETTINGS in general tab scroll down to and click GOOGLE SERVICES or find google settings instead of regular settings and go down and click SECURITY now go to GOOGLE PLAY PROTECT. then disable SCAN DEVICE FOR SECURITY THREATS. after u do that it will say only play store apps will be checked. and now u can install it no problem.

        • hey LG GUY AND ASHKAY i figured it out i also have lg and sumsung. this is what you gotta do. go to SETTINGS in general tab scroll down to and click GOOGLE SERVICES or find google settings instead of regular settings and go down and click SECURITY now go to GOOGLE PLAY PROTECT. then disable SCAN DEVICE FOR SECURITY THREATS. after u do that it will say only play store apps will be checked. and now u can install it no problem.

  • Hi,,ive root my android and then unroot that android after that ive install kingroot again and root my phone again but something happen my android not root,,kingroot say savere auth failed

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