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How to Root Micromax Unite 2 Using Kingroot

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When it comes to budget smartphone, Micromax is a pioneer in India. With their tons of low range affordable smartphone range, it has quickly became one of the highest value brand in India. Micromax Unite 2 is a new additional to its arsenal. If you are an owner of Micromax Unite 2 A106 smartphone, then you are in for a treat. Advance android users who are aware of the benefits of the rooting can now easily root Micromax Unite 2 using the method given below. You can easily check whether your device is rootable or not using “root checker” app which is available in the Google play store. If you are already using it then we recommend to update to the new version. Since our intention is to root Micromax unite 2 without computer, we will use an app called KingRoot. You can download KingRoot apk from our website.

If you have upgraded to the Micromax unite 2 to the lollipop version, then also you can use the KingRoot app. In short, it should work well with both Android Kitkat and Lollipop version. Before proceeding ahead with the root, you should be aware of the consequences. On the other side, it (rooting) opens the door for custom ROM, flashing kernel, removing stock app and several other features. We highly recommend to have minimum of 30% battery before trying rooting.

root micromax unit 2


Rooting may void any warranty on the device. It could also brick your device. We highly recommend to unroot your device before taking it to the customer center of the manufacturer in case if anything goes bad. We should not be held liable for any issues.


Before proceeding the rooting guide make sure you fulfill all the requirements given below to be on a safer side.

  1. Make sure your device is fully charged or at least 50% battery should be available to be on a safer side
  2. Disable antivirus for sometime as they often interfere with the rooting procedure
  3. From your device go to Settings -> Security -> Device Administration -> Unknown sources and tick mark the option to enable it

How to Root Micromax Unite 2

You’re now ready to root Micromax Unite 2 A106 device. Follow the procedure given below to root your device

1. Download KingRoot apk from here and save it on your device. We recommend doing this in a UCBrowser as it has a built in download manager to fasten up the process. Once done install Kingroot apk file on your device

2. Once the installation is done you will see the KingRoot application installed on your device. Click on the KingRoot icon to open the app

3. Kingroot will analyze it and display the message saying it is rootable or not. It should be something similar to below

root micromax unite 2 guide

4. If it is available then you are good to go. For Micromax Unite 2 it is unavailable if you are using Kingroot v4.0 However, we recommend to get version 4.1.

5. Click on “Try to Root” blue button at the bottom of the app. It will try to root the device and you will see something like below

rooting unite 2 process

6. During the process your device will reboot few times. Don’t worry about it and do not interfere between the process. Upong the completion following successful message will be displayed

root successful message

To cross check the rooting process, you can click on Purify System app as well. There is a root checker app available in the Google play store which can be used to verify whether your device is rooted or not. The above process will root Micromax Unite 2 A106 without need of a computer. Additionally, you can also check the process like Kingroot and Kingmaster in the app section. If they are available then it is confirmed that you have got the root access. You can even go ahead and try to remove useless stock app. You can also check more Micromax device rooting guide as well.

Did you manage to root your Micromax Unite 2? Let us know if you are having any difficulty in rooting the device. We will gladly help you out.

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Ricky Shah
Ricky Shah

Ricky started GeniusGeeks in 2009 and there's no turning back since then! His flair of writing Windows OS related technical articles has been his hallmark! When not writing, he's often found exploring productivity and project management tools!

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