Everyday people are facing their smartphones, tablets, laptops, and PCs, but do they actually know the term “Android” which is something to know as a basic? For those who familiar with the term but doesn’t know much, and for those who are novice at this point with less or without any understanding on this geekly matter, let’s have a short overview on Android. Well, Android is an open-source Operating system used for tablets, laptops, even for tablet computers, and most commonly for smartphones; it’s the basic component for every device. To get you informed, Android is one of the most versatile, most open, and customizable operating system.
The other term that goes side by side with Android is “rooting”. Many geeks are throwing around terminology that they seem to think everyone understands, and still many are left baffled and confused. Basically, android rooting is a process which one gets access to the privileged admin commands and functions of an operating system. To top that idea, it simply means a permission to act as the administrator of the device and take control over it. With Rooting, you can unlock the operating system and install unapproved apps, update the OS, replace the firmware, overclock, overspeed the processor, and customize just about anything. For the average user, rooting is definitely a scary process. Actually, it is, because rooting the device’s core software might be a recipe for a disaster; one wrong move and you lead to a bricked device. Now, why is there a need to root the device? Actually, there are tons of reasons why people want to root their devices- most reasons are to install updated version of the OS and the other, is to save and lengthen battery life.
Those are just a few. Others include unlock hidden features, get rid of annoying ads, disable pre-installed software and apps, automate everything, boost performance speed and battery life, have better backups, take full control of the CPU and Kernel, discover a whole new world of fun and exclusive apps, the level of customization is almost near limitless. Last words, if done correctly and carefully, rooting an Android device isn’t too risky and complicated, and it has a lot to offer compared to the non-rooted devices.
Though the default Android experience is already great, but having almost limitless options in customization of the system, you can have a lot more out of your device and unleashes the device’s full potential. So what you think about rooting? Would you go for it or rather not? Whichever you choose, let me tell you that the end result is worth the risk and the little work is much rewarding. You’ll get that rooted state you’ve always dreamed of.