Why to Root Android Phone or Tablet

Many Android users are really conscious about rooting their devices because of many reasons. One of the very common reasons is that they got intimidated by the manufacturers’ warning who keeps on telling that tinkering with a phone can harm your device and/or devoid your device’s warranty. So users decide not to touch the device and play around with all the available software on the device. They believe that it is a better choice rather than doing something wrong.

Root Android devices

Apart from that multiple Android users may have different reasons. But rooting has plenty of benefits including enhancing your smartphone experience. If you have many doubts about rooting your device and not ready to take this road, explore the benefits of that and then decide.

Root and customize Android devices

To get rid of carking bloatware

A very powerful benefit of accessing administrator privileges over Android is that it gives you full control over the applications installed on your device. If you have administrator privileges, you don’t need suffer any longer because of the cluttered app drawers and reduced memory space taken up by pre-installed manufacturer applications and carrier. Administrator privileges allow you to instantly cut the bloatware and useless apps while keeping those which are useful to you.

Although if you are running Android 4.1 or above (by now you likely are), it grants you the ability to disable those pre-installed apps that you don’t want to use or see, but you can’t permanently remove them. As a reason they eat up your memory space even though they are disabled. If you want to get rid of them permanently, rooting is the only way to remove them permanently. But make sure that you don’t uninstall something crucial otherwise your handset may not work in its intended manner.

For real backups

Improved backup and restore options are the next major benefit of Android. The cloud backup can store some of your settings and app downloads, but it’s just a list of things because it is not a true backup. If you want everything on the go, you will need to root. There are many backup applications that can serve the purpose of rooters if they are about to tinker around with Android software. You can store all your device data on those storage applications and get back all your important stuff if you mistakenly removed something crucial.

Don’t need to wait for manufacturers and carriers for releasing updates

Once you have created the full backup, you’re all set to move up to the next major perks of rooting, i. e. installing different versions of Android. You all may have noticed that manufacturers don’t deliver latest Android offerings frequently even to their flagship handsets. Some manufacturers are getting better at it, but it is still an issue of concern for many Android users. If you are also one of them who have issues, rooting opens the door to quick Android updates.

Because the developers are putting their time into porting the latest updates to various handsets. Almost every popular Android product has a decent number of follower developers who work on porting the latest versions of Android to multiple handsets. The only compromise you have to make is that you won’t get official manufacturer versions of Android, and as a result you may not be able to enjoy all the features that came with your phone. So if you are really concerned about enjoying all the features that comes with phone, you probably wouldn’t be rooting in the first place.

For custom ROMs

Apart from Stock Android, there are tons of other customized ROMs that bring in unique features and improvements to the default Android experience. Many custom ROMs offering several features, are at the forefront of innovation on Android, that aren’t available anywhere else. There are big third-party developers as well as smaller developers that offer ROMs with extended battery life or overclocked processor speeds. Most of the custom ROMs are updated to the latest version of Android very fast and offer you the best of both worlds.

To fix the problem of overclocking and underclocking

If a phone is slow, it just needs that extra push that is very popular among rooters. Overclocking the processor is a very popular practice among the rooters to make things snappier. Today even mid-end smartphones are pretty snappy, so overclocking is not much needed, but many of you may still want to speed things up.

There is one more practice that is more popular among the rooters. It is underclocking and useful to save battery of your phone if you get really powerful phone. It will alter the processor speeds by relinquishing the resources of power that spec offer but you don’t need them. In this way you can really save the resources of consuming too power.

For impressive customizations

Getting a wider range of customization and themes options is another reason to root your handset. Every Android user wants his phone’s home screens look attractive and stylish. Although there are multiple third-party launchers that provide the options to tweak themes and whatnot on your Android device without rooting, but rooting gives you needed access to the important files so that you can make changes in folders which usually remain hidden from users. Access to the system/fonts/ folder allows you to install and replace custom fonts and flash zip files from Recovery to install themes. But if you don’t like what you have in folder, there are some great root-only theme applications also to choose from.

For apps that do more

Rooting opens up administrator type privileges on your handset and gives you an instant access to all the core files available on your handset. You can take the full advantage of this for file browser apps because administrator privileges allow you to move stuff around on your internal memory.

Rooting is not a very popular practice and sometimes it is criticized for compromising handset security. But there are many security apps that use root functions to bury themselves deep down into the operating system so that intruders and cyber thieves could not remove them.

Important Note: Make sure that you research well and be careful if you have decided to unlock your phone’s full potential by rooting. Because you will be responsible if this process bricks your handset or/and void your warranty.

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