In order to get full control over your Android device, you will have to root it. After rooting it, you will get the super-user permissions of your device and you can customize is anyway you want to.
Advantages of Rooting:
There are many uses of rooting your device:
- You can modify themes, system apps and even change the OS version of your mobile device after rooting it.
- You can get rid of useless system apps that will free a lot of much needed space on the internal memory.
- There are many apps available for the android OS that require you to root your device before they can be run.
- We all know that when a new Android update is released, vendors take a lot of time to release it for the devices, but once you root your device, you can get that latest update immediately.
Disadvantages of Rooting:
- Once you root your device, warranty of your device will be void.
- If you accidently interrupt the rooting of your device by restarting it, you might brick it.
Things to Remember Before Rooting:
Before rooting, you must prepare a backup of the data on your phone. The best way to backup your data is by synchronizing your phone with your Google account. Also save all the data on a memory stick so you can recover it easily. Happy Rooting!!