Reasons to Root Your Android
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
10. Complete Backups
Backup is one of the most useful benefits of Android. the cloud can back up some of your settings and app downloads, but that is not really a true backup. It’s here Rooting Android plays important role.
Titanium Backup is one of the most popular backup apps used by rooters, and this, or a similar app, is essential if you’re going to start tinkering around with Android software. this app let you backup everything including all the apps, app data, files, settings along with external data that might be part of your SD card. You can then save this backup on your external storage, SD card or even in the cloud.
9. Automating Android
You’ve probably heard of Tasker, the awesome app that automates just about anything on your phone. You don’t need to root your phone to use it, but if you’re rooted, it can do a whole lot more. Certain tasks, like toggling 3G, GPS, changing CPU speed, turning the screen on, and others require root access. So, if you want to get the full benefit of an app like Tasker, you’ll definitely want to root your phone.
Another app for automation is MacroDroid . This is another famous app used for Android automation. This app doesn’t require root for basic automation. But to make full use of this app ,you need root.
8. Explore more features
One of the best things about rooting is that you gain access to tons of new features to play with. For instance, Xpose framework brings a ton of modules that bring features like multi window, detailed app permissions, native clipboard, YouTube background playback, boot manager and way more. That’s not all though, as apps like IFTTT and Tasker bring a lot of cool features if your device has root access, basically giving you the ability to automate anything.
7. Get rid of Blotwares
System apps and bloat apps from device manufacturers can cause quite a problem if your device does not have a huge internal storage. Well, rooting brings the ability to remove any system app or bloatware. There are various apps that remove bloatware but we quite like 3C Toolbox due to its advanced app managing features.
6. Latest Android Updates
We all know manufacturers are often pretty slow at delivering the latest Android offerings even to their flagship handsets, let alone aging devices. So if you’re not a Nexus device owner, rooting opens the door to much faster Android updates, thanks to the developers who put time into porting the latest updates to various handsets.
Check XDA forums for your device’s latest roms and updates. Since XDA forums are mostly used and trusted one, you can use it without any issues and doubts.
After you have rooted your Android device, you can go ahead and customize every inch of the interface. Thanks to various Xposed modules and repositories like GravityBox, you can tweak every element of the interface. You can even change your device’s boot animation or the DPI of the interface to suit your needs better.
Moreover, you can make system level changes and change almost everything including the navigation buttons, lockscreen, quick settings, notification shade, status bar, launcher and more. There are also several tweaks available for display, media, power saving and hardware keys.
4. Boost phone speed and Battery life
Android has been criticized a lot over the years for its inconsistent performance and while it’s a lot better now, there’s still scope for improvement. Thankfully, rooting your Android device lets you make some tweaks and use some apps that really speed up the performance.
You can use an app like SetCPU to overclock your device’s CPU for a more snappy performance. Overclocking basically means increasing your processor’s frequency for better performance. While this does boost the performance of an Android device, battery woes are a part of it. There’s also the option of using custom kernels, which bring features and options that might not be officially supported on your device like the ability to control CPU, GPU, screen, battery, sound, RAM and more.
3. Install incompateble and useful apps
As rooting opens up administrator type privileges on your handset you’ll instantly have access to all the core files on your handset. File browser apps can take full advantage of this, allowing you to move stuff around on your internal memory if so require.
2. Block ads
Ads are the most irritating things that an Android user can experience. Ads are every where , in apps and in browsers. There is no any official way to get rid of them. But ,now it is very easy .
Ads can be annoying, especially the full page ads some apps bring. Root users can install AdAway (APK file), which is the best ad-blocker app on Android. The app is easy to set up and it blocks ads on both websites and apps. You also have the ability to whitelist/blacklist an app or website.
1. Custom ROMS
Most people root their Android smartphone, so that they can go ahead and install their favourite custom ROM. Custom ROMs offer a lot of advantages like letting you install the latest version on Android, when your OEM isn’t rolling out an update. Along with that, ROMs bring a ton of additional features and customization options. There are a number of great custom Android ROMs available like CyanogenMOD, Paranoid ROM, Resurrection Remix, so you can choose to your liking.