Android smartphones and tablets are incredibly powerful. Unfortunately, most people only get a small taste of that power. Rooting your device lets you experience the full potential your device can offer.

First of all let’s talk about what an234843_origdroid rooting actually is?

It’s all about giving root access to your android devices like smartphones , tablet etc. In this process android device  got privilege control over the android operating system. Android smartphone manufacturer don’t give root access due to security reasons.

For the sake of better understanding, the rooting is the process which makes you administrator of your device once and for all. i.e. the process of rooting is like for e.g. you are being granted administrator privileges in windows OS. You’re the boss of your smart phone, you can edit the app data, packages, do in app hacks, and you can grant other apps the access or modify system/user apps for sake of convenience.

Most of  the people won’t opt for rooting or use to think twice before rooting due to the fear of bricking down their phone and another reason is that it may void phone’s warranty. But if you want to tinker around your android and explore the fullest potential of your device, this much risk is worth taking.

HERE ARE SOME REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ROOT YOUR PHONE :

  • Customize like never before

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    A stock ROM is the version of the phone’s operating system that comes with your phone when you buy it.

    A custom ROM is a fully standalone version of the OS, including the kernel (which makes everything run), apps, services, etc – everything you need to operate the device, except it’s customized by someone in some way.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

  • Remove Preinstalled Crap ware(bloatware)

    uninstall-apps-644x250 Titanium Backup is good for more than just backups, too. It can also uninstall that annoying, battery-draining, space-wasting crapware that comes preinstalled on so many phones these days—and, sadly, this feature is root-only. Freeze them first to make sure your phone operates normally without them, then delete them completely to free up that space. You’ll be glad you did.

     

  •  Block Ads in Any App

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    Look, we of all people understand the need for occasional ads—it’s how we make money. But ads can also get in the way and use up data. If you want to block ads in certain apps or on certain devices, rooting is by far the best way to do so. AdFree, AdBlock Plus, and Ad Away are all great options. Of course, if you aren’t rooted, going into airplane mode works in a pinch too.

 

  •  Performance beyond all limits 

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    There are already many apps that can free up your RAM or speed up your phone, and we recently shared an article about how to fix low memory on Android. However, with ”normal” methods it is not possible to overcome the limitations imposed by the hardware itself, but only to work within those predefined limits. Once again, root permission comes to the rescue, allowing you to modify the actual speed of the CPU via overclocking. To do this it is necessary to flash a custom kernel – the link connecting your hardware to software – that allows it, but the process is very simple, even more so using the app Kernel Manager.

     

  • Boost Your Phone’s Speed and Battery Life

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    You can do a lot of things to speed up your phone and boost its battery life without rooting, but with root—as always—you have even more power. For example, with an app like Set CPU you can overclock your phone for better performance, or underclock it for better battery life. You can also use an app like Greenify to automatically hibernate apps you aren’t using—perfect for those apps that always want to run in the background when you’re not looking.

  • Store apps wherever the hell you want to

     

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    One of the most talked-about feature (or disadvantage) of any Android device is the limitation where you can install applications only in the phone’s internal memory and not the SD card. While Google may reason that SD cards are slower in general and cannot run apps as effectively as internal memory, fact of the matter is that most Android devices do not come with massive internal storage spaces, and hence greatly limit the number of applications that can be installed at a time. With rooted devices, you can use Apps2SD, which will copy ALL your applications to a ext2/3/4 formatted SD card an will also store future builds in card. Freedom to choose!

 

 

#The best thing about rooting is that if at any time you decide you’d prefer to go on as before, before you got root permission, you can do this in a snap. This means you can return to the original firmware of your device and, in most cases, also restore your warranty (with a little smoke and mirrors). All of this can be achieved through the use of a special tool kit or just by reflashing the original firmware with Odin or another flash tool. So that completes the circle! If these reasons have convinced you that root is for you, first: read, read, read some more. Knowledge is power: that’s the best way to avoid any hiccups!#

 

NOTE: After reading above mention benifits of rooting , if you are upto root your phone , make sure that you are following the correct steps and in correct way .

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