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What is Root ? Advantages and Disadvantages of Root !!!

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. As Android uses the Linux kernel, rooting an Android device gives similar access to administrative (superuser) permissions as on Linuxor any other Unix-like operating system such as FreeBSD or OS X.

What is Root ? Advantages and Disadvantages of Root

Rooting is often performed with the goal of overcoming limitations that carriers and hardware manufacturers put on some devices. Thus, rooting gives the ability (or permission) to alter or replace system applications and settings, run specialized applications ("apps") that require administrator-level permissions, or perform other operations that are otherwise inaccessible to a normal Android user. On Android, rooting can also facilitate the complete removal and replacement of the device's operating system, usually with a more recent release of its current operating system.
rooting is not needed to run applications distributed outside of the Google Play Store, sometimes called sideloading. The Android OS supports this feature natively in two ways: through the "Unknown sources" option in the Settings menu and through the Android Debug Bridge. However, some US carriers, including AT&T, prevented the installation of applications not on the Play Store in firmware,[4] although several devices are not subject to this rule, including the Samsung Infuse 4G;[5] AT&T lifted the restriction on most devices by the middle of 2011.

 Rooting is required for more advanced and potentially dangerous operations including modifying or deleting system files, removing pre-installed applications, and low-level access to the hardware itself (rebooting, controlling status lights, or recalibrating touch inputs).

Why Need to Root Android Device?
1. Unhide latent features and allows to install more imcompatible applications.
2. Get the full benefit to automates just about anything on your Android phone.
3. Improve the running speed of your phone and boost its battery life.
4. Enables you to block ads in certain applications or on specific devices.
5. Backup system data and their data.
6. Facilitate the complete removal and replacement of the device's OS.


Advantages of rooting include the possibility for complete control over the look and feel of the device. As a superuser has access to the device's system files, all aspects of the operating system can be customized with the only real limitation being the level of coding expertise.[9] Immediately expectable advantages of rooted devices include the following​. As a rule of thumb, root your phone if you really need to. But never out of a mere curiosity. So assuming you know what you are doing, the following are some of the advantages that come with rooting your Android phone.

  • ​Running special Apps – More often than not, users root their phone in order to use app that would not run in ‘un-rooted’ phones. Take, for instance, Superuser app; this will allow you to take control of which apps can access the root system. Once you root your phone, you will be able to tether your PC to your Android phone. Enabling you to connect to the internet on your PC using the phone’s data connection.

  • Free up Memory – On a ‘un-rooted’ phone, whenever you install an app, it gets stored on the phone’s internal memory. By rooting, you will be able to move installed apps to the SD Card, and thus free up the system memory for more app or files storage.

  • Custom ROM’s – Perhaps the best feature of a ‘rooted’ phone. Once rooted you can have one of the hundreds of custom ROMs available that will allow them to do a wide variety of functions. Including speeding up the processor and giving the phone a completely new and different feel.

  • ​Remove Pre-Installed Apps - There are many cases where manufacturers and carriers will install apps that you wouldn’t want, like, or need. They’re just going to sit there taking up space on your planet!! The most likely case is that they’re set as system apps. You can’t normally uninstall/remove them. Rooting will definitely help to fix that.
  • Root Access / Super User access - Once your Android device is rooted, you now have access to various files/parts/sections of your device that previously should not have been available. This is a pretty good thing which allows for more customizing and other things like being able to remove system apps.

Let’s start off with the disadvantages as most users often don’t need to root their phone. Most users are primarily driven by the thrill of getting the forbidden fruit and not that they need the abilities that come with rooting. Soon, realize they did not need to root their device in the first place; albeit it is already too late. These are some of the disadvantages of rooting your Android phone:

  • ​​It voids your Phone’s Warranty – Once you root your phone, the manufacturer’s warranty becomes void. Should any problem develop, even if not caused by the rooting, it will be a waste of time trying to claim warranty cover for the damages.

  • Increased likelihood of ‘bricking’ the phone – A ‘bricked’ phone means a dead phone and is the same as carrying around a brick in your pocket.

  • Poor Performance – Some users experience reduced performance after rooting their phones. Despite the fact that increasing the device performance is what drove them into rooting in the first place. You should remember that by rooting your phone, you are making changes to the stock operating system.

  • Higher vulnerability to Viruses – By now you should know your smartphone is a target of viruses, malware, adware and all sorts of crapware, just like your PC. When you root your phone, you can also flash the device’s ROM using custom programs. Making such changes to the code of a software increases the likelihood of introducing a virus

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