12/02/2015

Advantages Of Rooting Your Andriod Smartphone


I've covered the topic on what rooting your andriod phone means if you missed it then read
Understand What Rooting Andriod Truly Means

And now we are on to the next one which is the advantages and the privileges of successfully rooting your phone.
I will be highlighting and explaining some fine points below now so keep reading and keep enjoying the post.

1) Be The Boss Of Your Phone : - what is the essence of having a dog you cant control? That's just how it really is if you just gotten a new andriod device.  Because the device control you and give you boundaries to where you have access to and how you can operate it making itself your boss. But with successful rooting you are the boss and the alpha and omega of your phone.

2) Unlock Some Hidden Features :- There is much more to explore on an andriod device but its not made accessible by the manufacturers. There are some andriod features that includes increasing and adding more volume limit to your device but you cant do that if you are not rooted, you can also change the way your phone locks and unlock by adding an emergency and fast unlock option to it, this is available only if you are a rooted andriod user.

3) Installing Limitless & Paid Applications For Free :- are you the type that love games but cant get the full version for free? Then I think its time you root your device to enjoy the full version of the game free of charge because there are application like Freedom & Lucky Patcher that can and will unlock just any games or application for you.
Or are you the type that your phone limits you to amount of app you can install so as to keep enjoying the smart life? Then root your phone to get you out of this limited zone.

4) Boost Your Phone Speed & Battery Life :- There are things you can do to speed up your phone and boost its battery life without rooting, but if you have root access on your phone then you have even more power.
For example, with an app like SetCPU you can overclock your phone for better performance, or underclock it for better battery life. You can also use app like Greenify to automatically or manually hibernate apps you aren't using and this is a perfect solution for those apps that always run in the background when you're not operating or even operating your phone.

Also check-out Working Tips To Make Your Iphone, Ipad & Andriod Battery Last Longer

5) Fully Backup Your Devices :- Are you planning on getting a new andriod device and you want to move your apps, files and data to the newly bought device? Then root your device because application like Titanium Backup & Nandriod Backup will make your data transfer hassle free and even backup system applications if you so wish.

6) Remove And Uninstall Pre-install Applications :- There are some annoying, battery-draining, space-wasting crapware that comes pre-installed on so many andriod phones these days but its a good news you can remove and uninstall them, sadly, this feature is for rooted andriod device.
With root and application like Link2sd its possible to Freeze system apps first to make sure your phone operates normally without them, then delete them completely to free up that space or move immovable apps on phone memory to SD card.
Trust me You'll be glad you did.

7) Flash And Install A Custom ROM :- Installing a custom rom is quite popular on androids and it's one of the best benefits of rooting.
A custom ROM is basically a custom version of Android, and it truly changes how you use your phone. Some merely bring a stock version of Android to non-stock phones, or later versions of Android to phones that don't have it yet.
Some add a few handy features, some add lots of really unique features, and some change your operating system from head to toe.
No matter what phone you have even if it's a Nexus you can check out the custom ROMs out there and You won't be disappointed.

Now I think those points above is enough to convince you into the idea of rooting your andriod phone.

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