Reasons To Root Your Android Phone
Rooting… a world relatively not every user dares venture into. We wouldn’t blame you if you are wary of doing this. Are you thinking of taking the road less traveled but need a little push? Here are some great reasons for rooting your smartphone.
- The first benefit of accessing administrator privileges over Android is full control over the applications installed on your handset. No longer do you have to suffer from the cluttered app drawers and reduced memory space taken up by pre-installed carrier and manufacturer applications, you can instantly cut the bloatware and keep only the apps that you really want.
- This brings me nicely on to the next major benefit of Android, improved backup and restore options. Yes, the cloud can back up some of your settings and app downloads, but that is not really a true backup; it’s just a list of things for the phone to download and change. Want to keep everything the way it was? You will need to root.
- Remember when all phones were slow? Well, not all, but they all needed that extra push. A very popular thing to do among root users was overclocking the processor to make things snappier. Even mid-end smartphones are pretty fast now, so there is not much of a need, but some of you may still want to speed things up.
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by techtalks @TechTalks March 16, 2016 5:00 AM UTC