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Wednesday, 9 October 2019

What Is Root On Android ?? Advantages & Disadvantages

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Now many smartphone users rooting their smartphones for fulfil their needs. But their are some advantages and disadvantages for rooting on android. Actually, rooting means to go to the lower level of the android and keeping the whole control of a android phone. After rooting you can do everything with your smartphone, there will be no restrictions from the smartphone manufacturers or companies. But in the time of rooting if you miss some steps then your phone will be no more, it will be just like a toy. So lets discuss about the advantages and disadvantages of rooting on android.


Disadvantages
* When you root your phone then first you will lose your phone's warranty. Some companies like Samsung, LG will not provide the warranty after you root your phone, where some other companies support the rooting. But maximum companies never provide warranty after rooting the phone.

* The 2nd disadvantage is after rooting you will be lose your phones security patches. Because before rooting, your phone had got some software updates by which there are some security patches add to your smartphone. But after rooting the phone will take a long time to receive the official software updates from the phone manufacturers.


* After rooting if you visit any malicious websites and download some movies or song or clicking on any ads then there will be 90 percentage chance of malware attack. Because there will be no restrictions for the malware to enter into your phone.

* The main disadvantage is if you miss some steps at the time of rooting then your phone will be no more. All the data, software, features will be permanently delete. It will be just like a toy.

Advantages
* After rooting you can do everything with your smartphone. You can increase your phones battery life, can also increase the internal memory and the random access memory (RAM) of the phone.

* Everything that you get restricted in your original phone, you can do all those things in your rooting smartphone.

* For example if your phone have a 16 GB of ROM and the memory get filled then in your original phone you can not transfer all apps to the SD Cards but in the rooting phone you can manage anything about storage. You can transfer any apps that you wish.

* In a original phone there are some default apps that you can not uninstall. Either you enable or disable it. But in a rooting phone you can uninstall all those unnecessary default apps that you want.

* By the use of Custom ROM's you can do everything in your rooting phone. You can change all the default layouts, themes and everything that you want.   

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