Android Rooting Tutorials

Pros and Cons of Rooting & How to Root your Android Device

Rooting is a simple method to gain administrator privileges in your phone or in other words you edit your system files. A Non-Rooted android phone simply sees you as its guest. So it will not let you control it. But after you root it you can control every inch of it. You can browse into your phone’s root folder and customize it.

So are you thinking to root your android phone? Confused to a decision? We are going to help you!

Now Let Us See Some Advantages Of Rooting…

YOU CAN INSTALL SOME SPECIAL APPLICATIONS IN YOUR PHONE!!

Yes you heard it right. You can install some special applications which will be useful to have a backup of your phone’s Apps and files. NOTE! Every Android phone is preloaded with Android System Recovery but this recovery is restricted to backup and restore of contacts and messages only!! By installing custom recoveries you have a full backup of your phone. And a rooted phone can install applications that provides more features than an application installed in a Non-Rooted phone. For Example you can install a variety of font styles in a rooted phone easily.

YOU CAN FREE UP YOUR INTERNAL STORAGE AND RAM.

Yes, after rooting an Android phone you can uninstall some default annoying Apps that were provided by the manufacturer. Some Apps may be useful but not all. But still even the unused Apps may run in back ground which can eat your RAM. But after uninstalling it you can enjoy your Phone with much of its RAM unused and the internal storage.

OPTION TO INSTALL CUSTOM ROMs!

Bored of your default UI and stock ROM?? Now you can change it. After rooting you will now get an option to install custom ROMs and personalize your phone as you like. Customized ROM provides you a more user-friendly environment and optimized performance.

Now Let Us See Rooting’s Other Side i.e. Disadvantages.

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BRICKING OF YOUR HARD EARNED PHONE

Even though rooting provides you a lot of options to your phone, but while rooting you should be careful. No matter how easy a rooting tutorial is, if you miss out a step or flash a broken zip you will make your phone get bricked. You may visit your nearest service centre to repair your phone but if they knows that if your phone is bricked or half-bricked during rooting you will be charged even if you are in the warranty period. But don’t worry there are many ways to repair a bricked phone in your home itself! I will post them in my next post.

Hope you learnt rooting, it’s advantages and disadvantages. If you want to root your android phone it’s your own risk. If you want to root your Android phone please mention your phone’s model no in the comments, we will help you with the best rooting method for your phone.

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Sasidharan

Sasidharan is The Founder & CEO Of Techspotz, A Blogger Who is Growing Up Very Fast From Chennai, India. He Likes To Write On Any Topic Related To Blogging Such As Tech, Wordpress, VPS, Android, Hacking, Online Tutorials And Computer

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