iRoot which is previously called as vRoot is the best rooting tool available on the internet available on Android and PC.
Yes, iRoot definitely it’s a good piece of software which is used to root your smartphone in a couple of minutes either by installing exe file in your PC or directly installing the iRoot app from the play store.
It does support various variants of chipsets including Qualcomm and MediaTek.
However, iRoot/vRoot and King all share a lot of similar code. There is a reply from King on http://forum.xda-developers.com/show….php?t=2604749 , which seem to have please many people, but I don’t think it makes it safe in any way:
Sending IMEI by mistake is not something common when you develop a software (that is a bit like saying that Gmail supports POP by mistake,as if no one spent time developing it)
Nothing prevents them from storing all data on the phone and sending those later after it’s been rooted. The fact they don’t release the server side code makes it a lot more suspicious
No one has done a real audit, and their business model is incoherent (either you’re OpenSource and free, or you’re an app on Google Store audited and paid for it)
The released source code has a lot of missing parts.
If Kingo or iRoot really work and mean business, then just put it on Play store for some price and people would buy it for sure. But it means getting checked.
So what to do? I would suggest you install CyanogenMod directly (without prior rooting). You won’t have Samsung crap, and it’ll be better with never OS and everything, and rooted. How?
If you have an officially supported device, just download the official build. If not, look for an unofficial build for your phone.
Use a tool, like Heimdall (or Odin) to install the downloaded ROM.
You may get a antivirus warning but it is common please go ahead and install it.