Suppose that we have n observations from the convolution model Y = X+, where X and are the independent unobservable random variables, and is measurement error with a known distribution. We will discuss the asymptotic normality for deconvolving kernel density estimators of the unknown density f_{X}(.) of X by assuming either the tail of the characteristic function of behaves as f_{X}(.) (which is called supersmooth error), or the tail of the characteristic function is of order f_{X}(.) (called ordinary smooth error). Asymptotic normality of estimating the functional f_{X}(.) is also addressed.