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Why You Should Root Your Android? (Complete Guide)

Why You Should Root Your Android? (Complete Guide)

Rooting an Android smartphone/tablet has always been something that tech-savvy people do rather than people without much knowledge in that area. Same thing with Jail-breaking an Apple device. But why is that really?

 

Why You Should Root Your Android? (Complete Guide)

Why You Should Root Your Android (Complete Guide)
Why You Should Root Your Android (Complete Guide)

 

Well! Wikipedia Say’s “Rooting is the process of allowing users of smartphones, tablets and other devices running the Android mobile operating system to attain privileged control (known as root access) over various Android subsystems. As Android uses the Linux kernel, rooting an Android device gives similar access to administrative (super user) permissions as on Linux or any other Unix-like operating system such as FreeBSD or OS X.”

 

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So what does ‘Rooting an Android device actually mean?

Rooting or Unlocking an Android phone/tablet means giving yourself “Super User Right” or ‘Administration rights’. This means after rooting or unlocking your android you’re able to Edit, Customize & Patch the system files which, usually, wouldn’t be accessible to normal users. You’re basically razing about the restriction walls of Android firmware. It’s similar to Jail-breaking an Apple device or changing from a normal user to an administrator on a Windows.

 

Does The Warrant will Void After Rooting?

Answer is YES! Rooting your Android phone basically voids the warranty! But, luckily, It’s just Piece of cake to “Un-ROOT” a device and come back to Stock Firmware by flashing stock ROM which is distributed by manufacturer of your phone. After doing that, your device won’t show any sign that it used to be rooted, thus making you eligible for any warranty claims.

 

 

 

What is the Benefits of having Android Rooted Phone/Tablet?

Having “Super User Rights” opens up many new possibilities to customize your device and improve your Android performance & experience. You Can change user interface, Customize you inner interface to others manufactures design. for example like –

 

  • Make complete backups of your device

The major benefits of having a rooted device is Better backups. With a rooted device, there are high chances you shall want to tweak your system firmware, install a custom ROM or install apps that need root access. Since you’re customizing & patching with your system files, it’s elementary to have backups of your apps, other necessary data, user data or your whole system. And, besides, its good to have a full backup of your phone, in case you delete important files by accident.  Guide: Make complete backups of your device Using Custom Recovery.

Titanium Backup is the most popular & high rated app to make backups. Although the Pro version costs $6.58, it’s worth of the money. This Apps allow you to make complete backups of all your apps and system data. Restoring them after, for example, a factory reset brings back all your apps and system settings so that you don’t have to bother with installing all of your apps and setting up your device again.

Restoring a Nandroid backup is like restoring your Windows computer to exact state of the last performed system backup. So, if you Android device isn’t working properly anymore or if it’s soft-bricked and doesn’t boot up anymore, restoring a Nandroid backup brings you back to the same state of the moment you created the backup. It’s a great safety net when you decide to flash a custom ROM or Kernel, for example. If anything goes wrong, just use your Nandroid backup to fix your device.

 

Using Custom ROM’s means, using a customized versions of the Android operating system. They offer unique features and improvements which you can’t get with the default Android OS Firmware. The most popular names in the custom ROM Developer companies are AOKP, Paranoid Android And CyanogenMod.If you want a better and more user-friendly Android experience, a better performance and battery life, then you should check all the different Custom ROMs and try out the one that suits you best.

 

  • Use Xposed Framework for Customizing Device Interface

Xposed firmwarehas many available modules that allow you to customize your Android device’s performance and visual appearance. It’s kind of having many of the features that custom ROM’s offer without having to flash one. So, if you don’t feel the need to install a custom ROM and only want a few additional features then installing Xposed modules might be the best option for you. Also, it’s super easy to install and set up. However, Xposed also works flawlessly with a custom ROM. Check out __

  1. Xposed for android Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean and Kitkat
  2. Xposed For Lollipop
  3. Xposed for Samsung Lollipop
  4. Xposed for Marshmallow [Android 6.0/6.0.1]
  5. Xposed Installer For Samsung Marshmallow (6.0 ~ 6.1)

 

  • Increase Battery life and Performance

You’re able to change your device’s CPU frequency, Only if you have the root access. Overclocking your CPU will give you a better performing device while Under-clocking will Be good for your battery. You can also try SetCPU which is worth of $1.99 on Play Store. It’s a great app with many features such as creating several CPU profiles which switch automatically based on user-defined conditions. If you want something even Cheaper then try Greenify. and Amplify.

 

  • Automate everything

When it comes to automation, Tasker is the one and only app. With Tasker, you can automate just about anything. It also works on non-rooted devices, but with less automation options. It kind of follows the same logic as the online tool If This Then That (IFTTT) but in a much more sophisticated way.

 

  • Track Your Device even after Someone Makes a Factory Reset

If you loose your phone, more so if it has stolen by pesky thief There are actually a ways to prevent your phone from being lost or stolen and to track it even without installed anti-theft app, but problem is they’re more or less detectable. That means, someone, who stole your device, can simply do a factory reset or uninstall any tracking apps. However, with root access, you are able to install a tracking app, such as Cerberus, deep into your system. This way, Cerberus will even survive a factory reset. only if the phone hadn’t been flashed with new firmware. You can even flash a disguised version of the app so that it’s completely hidden in the app drawer. This Apps Is Really GOOD.

 

  • No More Ads On Your Screen

Ads are annoying to every user. If you don’t wanna buy premium apps but still you want to get rid of ads then AdAway is the best choice. You can also use Xposed Module such as Ad blocker, Youtube add away. However, keep in mind that most app developers rely on the income from such ads. Without them, many great apps wouldn’t be free or even exist. So please support developers of apps you like to use and don’t just block all ads entirely.

 

Conclusion

Rooting an Android device isn’t risky, if it has done correctly. Please Search On XDA Forum by your phone model. Rooted Android device has lots of benefits compared to non-rooted devices. Benefits of having a rooted device is huge. The benefits I discussed above only cover a small part of what can be possible with a rooted android device, but I hope you shall gain a good idea of the potential of rooting your device.

 


 

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