How To Root Android - What You Can Do After Rooting

August 15, 2019 0 Comments

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Almost all of the Android users read about Android rooting and trying to learn it although they do not have a complete idea of what they can do after rooting. Actually, Android rooting can make your Android more interesting than it comes from your device manufacturers. As your devise manufacturers and network carriers limit the possible capabilities of your Android smartphones due to various reasons stock Android smartphones, stock Android smartphones are always poor in performance than rooted Android smartphones. Here you can find all the things you could do after getting root access

Getting Privileged Control

Officially, your device manufacturer is the device administrator of your Android smartphone and your device manufacturer has privileged control over your Android smartphone to access all the files and commands in your Android system. Android rooting allows you to have privileged control and allows you to have all the privilages that your device manufacturer has. So, it is the first benefit rooting

Removing System Apps

Usually, your device manufacturer place manufacturer's apps and Android framework in the system partition. You cannot move them as you wish since you are not granted permission by your device manufacturers. Most of these system apps are useless and just exist on your Android. As rooting grant you the privileged control, you can delete them using a system- app removing apps.

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Extending Android Features And Enhancing Android Performances

Generally, your device manufacturer has set limitations for available Android features to protect the durability of your device. As an example, CPU management can be considered.CPU is one of the key hardware components in your device and it has been designed to work under standard capacity while protecting the device. Officially, you are not allowed to reach the maximum capacity of your CPU as it may harm your device. But, rooting allows you to change the CPU settings via apps like 3C CPU manager to enhance the performance of your device. Likewise, you can use various apps and extend and enhance the Android features and performances

Flashing Custom Recovery, Kernels And ROMs

A stock Android smartphone comes with stock recovery, kernel and ROM. Stock recovery provides basic recovery needs such as factory reset, run  OTA updates and clear cache. When it comes to the kernel, it works as the linking programme between Android software and device hardware. The kernel is responsible for providing a constant and stable stream of battery for the device even the device is on or off. Also, the power stream does not go up and down according to processing speed as it may harm the device. You can install a custom recovery to have advanced recovery needs and also you can change the kernel settings using a custom kernel after rooting. Finally, you can install a completely customized ROM file along with custom kernel and recovery to completely turn your device in to new device. Rooting is the basic step which makes all these things possible.
Wrapping Up
Android rooting is not a serious business, but it is not something simple either. All the things depend on the rooting tool and your rooting knowledge. So make sure to sharpen your knowledge to pick up right rooting solution for your device

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