How to use wifikill without root

As we all know, rooting the phone is mentioned as one of the requirements for using wifi kill pro. But, a lot of us do not want to root our phone as it voids our warranty and reduces security. So, this article is for all those people who do not want to root their phones.

There may be a way to get the benefits of wifikill pro without rooting. There is no way of installing the application without rooting the phone, but that does not mean you cannot get the benefits of wifikill. There are many alternatives to the app which allow us to monitor our wifi network and kick users without rooting the phone.

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Using WifiKill without Root

Here are some ways to control our wifi network without wifikill –

1. Use the router interface – You can do everything that wifikill can do, but you do not even need to install an application. You just need a web browser installed on your android device.

Follow the steps below in order to view connected users and kick them from your network –

  1. Open web browser and visit 192.168.1.1
  2. Enter login details (Default : Username – admin | Password – admin)
  3. Visit wireless statistics tab on the left sidebar (You can see all connected devices here)
  4. Click on the disable or disconnect tab, next to the device you want to disable.
  5. That’s it!

2. Use Netcut – This is a similar application available for both android and desktop, you can download this free app and get the same features as wifi kill. Some people even say that this app is a lot better and has a better user interface.

These 2 ways should solve your problem. Unfortunately, if you want to use wifi kill and do not want an alternative, rooting is a compulsory process for you.

Hope this helps!

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