How To Root Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime Android Smartphone

Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime is an awesome high-quality Android smartphone among the varies types of Android Phones, which includes a 5.0-inch touchscreen display, powered by 1.4 GHz Quad-core processor along with 1.5 GB RAM and the device runs on Android v6.0 (Marshmallow) OS. If you are an owner of this smartphone and hoping for a way to root it, you can follow the given guidelines to gain a rooted Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime easily and safely. After you have rooted your Android Phone, you can get many opportunities such as you can install custom recoveries, remove unwanted pre-installed applications, install custom-built Android apps, etc.

WARNING: Rooting your Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime smartphone will void warranty. If you want to be able to claim your warranty then you should unroot your device. Anyway, you should think well, whether to your Smart Phone or to not, before starting the rooting process.


1) Take a complete backup of your data on your smartphone. So, You can use  appropriate apps such as Titanium Backup to make Backup clearly.

2) Need at least 50-60% of battery backup in your Smartphone.

3) Enable “Unknown Sources”  as below,
Settings -> Security -> Unknown Sources. Only by enabling this option, your device will allow installation of apps from unknown sources.

After you have finished all these prerequisites, you can go forward to the rooting guideline to start the rooting given as below.

How To Root Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime Android Smartphone

  1. Download Kingroot.
  2. Enable Unknown Source on the device security settings.If you have finished this requirements at above when you can skip this step.
  3. Install the Kingroot app on your device.
  4. Make sure Your device is connected to the internet.
  5. Tap the large root button.
  6. After few mins, you have the root access
  7. Done.Now your Android Device has Rooted Successfully.

That’s enouh. Now you have successfully completed rooting on Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime without the computer.To confirm,you should open up your Apps menu(Apps Drawer) and look for KingUser app. If you can find it there when your device is successfully rooted. Alternatively, you can check the root privileges of your smartphone by using the Root Checker app.

If you require to replace the KingUser app (installed by Kingroot) with SuperSU,you should follow our guide-lines to replace KingUser with SuperSU. Also, if you need to unroot Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime smartphone, you should follow our guide to remove kinguser and unroot Android device.

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