Rooting with one click root apps

Hi there, I was watching your video about rooting s10 and I was wondering if its possible to root s10 or any newer Samsung phone with one click root apps such as kingroot,kingoroot,iroot,towelroot,framaroot etc ?

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It’s tough to say a lot of one click roots don’t always work on newer phones if you try king root use the pc version it’s better, then there is one click root but you must pay for that… which version do u have??

Yeah One Click Root apps are a thing of the past, we used to use it like 8-9 years ago but not really for any of the newer phones in like like 5-6 years. Most of them are filled with spamware so we don’t recommend them unless you want a phone filled with ads.

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Thank you for your answer. I read somewhere that those apps use exploits to root some phone, they send it from servers if they have it for that specific model, if they dont then they cant root and they also ad a lot of ads and malware. But considering that and a fact that samsung phones have knox and are secure, would those apps be able to get to root access of samsung phone like s10 for example? How to know if someone (if its possible, i dont know is it, i asked you question above to know) got root access to phone and then unrooted it with that same app, how to notice if that was done to phone?

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Like max said if u install a custom rom first then if u want to root will be easy using twrp, but if u have a usa model u won’t be able to unlock the bootloader, but rooting stock firmware can be a bitch with newer phones but if u can gain root u can replace the su with magjsk witch works much better and no ads

Most of these good tools like Magisk are open source developed by reputable developers while one click root is run by no name untrustworthy people.

Hello there, I wrote a lot of questions but i will try to minimize and make it more understandable. I am afraid that after i put my phone to factory reset that it wont delete everything off my phone if some malware got root access. My phone is not rooted in normal way by unlocking bootloader because everything would be deleted from phone. But i dont know if someone maybe rooted my phone with one click apps and maybe allowed root access to some malware. So these are my questions

  1. Is it possible that some malware gets root access with one click apps and still has root access even after unrooting with that app?

  2. Is it possible to give some app a permision to stay on the phone after factory reset with or without rooting phone?

  3. I also tried app called phone info samsung and there is section called root existence and I dont know if it means that there is root existence at this moment or if there was root ever on this phone in the past? How to know if there was root in the past on my phone?

  4. Is rooting or giving root access only way to put some unwanted program or bad apps or malware on a phone and giving it option to stay on the phone after factory reset? You can install something without root but then it would be deleted after factory reset, so I wanna know and make sure that nothing stays on the phone after factory reset.

  5. Is it possible to replace or install some user apps as system apps on s9,s10,s20 or any newer samsung phone?

  6. Is it possible to delete system apps with one click rooting apps once we root the phone and, if it is , what happens to the phone after we delete system apps and after we unroot phone with same one click app after deleting system apps? Does knox stop working or do we get some warning?

Im sorry for this big message and thank you for your time but i am really bothered with this problem

  1. Is it possible that some malware gets root access with one click apps and still has root access even after unrooting with that app?
    Yes, DO NOT USE ONE CLICK APP, they are full of malware. I would do a factory reset just to be sure.

  2. Is it possible to give some app a permision to stay on the phone after factory reset with or without rooting phone?
    It can if you are not using trustworthy sources, One Click Root is not trustworthy.

  3. I also tried app called phone info samsung and there is section called root existence and I dont know if it means that there is root existence at this moment or if there was root ever on this phone in the past?
    Not sure on that but I would do a factory reset again just to be sure.

How to know if there was root in the past on my phone?
There isn’t way to tell but you can tell if there is root currently. It is a little complicated but you need to basically check system directories where root apps can exist.

  1. Is rooting or giving root access only way to put some unwanted program or bad apps or malware on a phone and giving it option to stay on the phone after factory reset? You can install something without root but then it would be deleted after factory reset, so I wanna know and make sure that nothing stays on the phone after factory reset.

No root by itself doesn’t cause malware or give access to malware. Installing malware root apps like OneClickRoot can though, so just AVOID using OneClickRoot. Use standard Android root guides, none of our HighOnAndroid tutorials have any of that junk.

  1. Is it possible to replace or install some user apps as system apps on s9,s10,s20 or any newer samsung phone?
    Yes, if you have rooted phone.

  2. Is it possible to delete system apps with one click rooting apps once we root the phone and, if it is , what happens to the phone after we delete system apps and after we unroot phone with same one click app after deleting system apps? Does knox stop working or do we get some warning?

Again, I would find another method of root, One Click Root apps are the malware itself. If you get hacked, that’s going to suck. Just use standard root methods and you will be 100% safe.