If you have ever searched about Android then you would have definitely encountered with the word ‘rooting’. So what is rooting? You don’t know, not to worry.
If we ask question, we make it sure we do answer it as well.
Earlier rooting was the answer when Android phones didn’t live up to the expectations. Before moving towards tree we should have complete knowledge about root.Android is based on Linux kernel and users are always interested in gaining root access. Gaining root access in Android is like running Windows as an administrator.
It will be very interesting to change the way OS operates. You have full access to system directories.
Examples are the best means of explaining things simple. For example, there are some system apps which we never like seeing as they take lots of space but we can’t delete them.However, with root you can use app as Titanium backup to delete it or permanently hide it.
So while reading you might think what is Titanium? What does it mean in case of android? Titanium is used to manually take up the backup of all the data for an app so that it can be restore in another phone.
With root access there is a guarantee that you will not lose anything again. You will get access to such an extent that even the deleted files can be restored apart from taking the full backup of all the apps and data.
Steps to Root Your Android Mobile
If power is not used properly it might bring lots of damage. Root is like a power, it’s messy, dangerous and useless at the same time. While rooting in case of any damage, there is a probability that you void your warranty. It depends on company to company, they might sometimes repair in case of any damage while rooting, but that’s not a guarantee. Below are the 4 simple steps to root your Android phone, but be careful while following the steps:
Step 1: Basic step – Install a ‘one click’ Android rooting software or any other softwares. There are many options available choose them wisely.
Step 2: Enable the USB debugging mode on your Android device. For this you need to go to Settings, About Phone and then the Developer Option. There are many devices where Developers option is not visible.
As we always not to worry, simply go to About Phone and open the Software Information and then select More. Press the ‘Build number’ seven times to enable the Developers Option.
Once you are at Developer’s Option, enable the ‘USB Debugging’ option and select OK to approve the change in settings.
Step 3: Launch the software you installed in step 1. Connect your device with sync cable and make sure your software gives notification it’s recognized and device is connected.
Your device will ask again whether you want to continue with the ‘USB Debugging’? check the ‘Always allow from this computer’ option and press OK.
Step 4: Press the root button and software will give you notification that it’s rooting. Time varies from phone to phone, generally it’s two to five minutes. Finally it’s done and now you are administrator for your device.
Note: Personally I like to know the steps if I don’t want to continue with rooting. To reverse the process is quite simple, or to be more precise follow the same steps as above but this time choose a different option ’Remove Root’.
Though we have already mentioned in our above article, but still we want to again warn our users, it’s our duty and we should do it. Be very careful while you are carrying the rooting process, making changes in UI and so as any wrong step might bring harm to the device. You want control on the device, if it’s harmed then on whom you will control.
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