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Why Do People Root Android Devices?


Why Do People Root Android Devices?

When we purchase our cell phones, we hope to have the ability to do and change everything we need from choosing custom fonts to increase in the device’s speed. Frankly speaking, there is hardly any mobile operating system that offers such freedom. Even Android with its open-source structure has lots of restrictions put up by the manufacturer and carrier. But here is one thing that can help you bypass all the limits – rooting.

What is rooting then? Let’s put it simply, rooting means getting superuser or admin access to both hardware as well as system settings. Notwithstanding how open the Android system is, there are always folders, settings, and even features that are inaccessible to average users.

With all that said, you are using only the half of Android potential with your out-of-the-box device. And rooting your Android gadget gives you full control over the greater part of its system as well as the possibility to change everything you need and take advantage of root-only apps.


Top Reasons to Root Your Android


Custom ROMs for Every Taste

ROMs is a modified version of Android. When you install custom ROMs, you can completely change the look and feel of your device. It’s like a getting new device for a song. As a rule, custom ROMs come along with more powerful features than your phone has.

Ability to Delete System Apps

Have you ever purchased an Android device running on the pure Android and having no pre-installed apps? Obviously, your answer is no. Most of the Android devices come loaded with skins as well as manufacturers’ bloatware that do nothing but take up storage space and making the battery flat. And if you root your Android phone, you can uninstall everything you don’t need. It’s great, isn’t it?

Block the Ads

Android gadgets don’t have any built-in ad-blockers. Of course, you may think that there’s no problem to block the ads since you’ve already done it with your browser. But blocking ads in a browser and on a smartphone are as different as chalk and cheese.

While blocking ads on the Internet is easy, blocking built-in ads in the apps may be a challenge unless you root your Android device.

Wider Choice of Apps

Attaching gives you access to a greater range of applications available on the Internet. With a rooted device, you aren’t limited to the Google Play Store, you can take advantage of all app stores for Android. But choose only trusted sources such as Pandaapp, Amazon App Store for Android, or GetJar.

More Free Internal Storage Space Than Ever Before

It seems that you will never have enough free space on your device. Do you know that you can free up more internal space? With root access, you can install all apps on an SD card. There is no restriction on what apps you can move to an SD card and what you can’t.

Longer Battery Life

Longer battery life? I’m in. Long battery life is something that Android users are dreaming about. Root access allows you to switch off all the background apps even those required by the system. Fewer background apps equal to prolonged battery life.

Full Data Backups

There are several ways to back up your data. You can take advantage of cloud services or Google accounts to create copies of your files. However, you can’t make full backups. You are limited to specific files such as photos, contacts, apps, and some settings.

And if you root your device, you can create full backups with particular apps. For example, Titanium allows to back up all data stored on your device including emails, messages, game progress, etc.

Access to Root Files

As specified previously, your gadget has files that you can’t access unless you have root rights. Establishing your Android gadget gives you access to these, giving you a chance to change documents, applications, and segments anyway you need.

Full Control Over CPU

With an unrooted device, you can’t control and manage the performance of the CPU. That is beyond your reach. But when you root Android devices, you get full control over the CPU. You’ll be able to increase or decrease its speed anytime you need it.

Summing Up

Rooting your Android device has lots of benefits to offer. You’ll get full control over the system. No restrictions at all. But along with such freedom, you’ll get responsibility for everything happening with your device since rooted devices aren’t eligible for official services.

However, rooting has more advantages than disadvantages. Just be careful while rooting your Android device since it may brick in the process. If you don’t know how to root an Android device on your own, take advantage of remote rooting services (like Safe Root or Perfect Root).  

Team Techsuplex!

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  1. Doris

    June 14, 2018 at 9:10 pm

    I am interested in rooting my Samsung device but it was not very clear the disadvantages of rooting. Do you have an office or business outlet in Kaduna?

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