You may have been hearing about “Android Rooting” or if you are one of those who haven’t heard about Android Rooting, in this article post i will explaining in details what we mean by “Android Rooting” and why you should or not consider rooting your android Device.
What is Android Rooting
First, the word “rooting” is just a Mobile Tech Terminology used within the android environment, For Nokia we used the term “Hacking” while for Apple we use the term “jailbreaking”
In it’s simplest form, Rooting is the process of removing resources access limitation on your mobile phones operation system and gaining full access to all facet of your phone in which your mobile phone manufacturer don’t permits.
Rooting a device is simply the process of gaining full, privileged, or admin control of a device thus allowing ‘root access’ or ‘superuser’ permissions.
Once your android phone is rooted, you now have complete control of the phone from files on the device to being able to perform additional tasks that will truly make the phone your own
Why Should You ‘Root’ Your Phone
For years, Android enthusiasts have been rooting their devices to do things that Android doesn’t allow by default. By default, your mobile phone Android OS comes with some privilege limitations, if you are someone that wants to use your android phone to perform special things or install special applications, you will definitely need to root your Phone operating system.
Now Back To You
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