Understanding Root Android, what is the root
Android root function is to give full rights to the Android user to enter the Android system. By doing Root, the user can add, subtract or modify files or data that is located on the Android system which when in the standard state (not root) files are not accessible. When analogous to the Windows computer operating system, Android root function is to give administrator privileges to users.
By doing root Android will not necessarily increase performance or capabilities of Android phones. Android rooting the same as “open door” for you to develop this operating system.
Advantages And Disadvantages Root Android
Disadvantages Root Android
#1: It can eliminate the phone warranty
But actually you need not worry too much, unlike the warranty seal, root process can be reversed or the phone is returned to the initial conditions. This process is called Unroot. If the process unroot done, it will automatically return the warranty will apply.
#2: Security issues
It is said that by doing Root, then applications such as virus or trojan malware can easily get into the file system and perform the destruction or theft of user data.
Advantages Root Android:
#1: Can Installing Applications that Require Root Access
Here are some examples of applications that require root access to the most widely installed:
- App2Card and Link2SD: With this application allows users to move all applications to the SD Card. In general, the root for Android users do install this application.
- Titanium Backup: This application is useful for backing up all the applications installed. Not only that, this application can also backup data such as application settings (setting-an), etc..
- ScreenShot Application: Useful for taking screen shots of the mobile phone screen.
- Wi-Fi tether: The application can make Android phones to share its Internet connection via Wi-Fi network. Note: the system Froyo Android 2.2 and above, the application is already installed on the phone.
# 2: To install a custom ROM
Custom ROMs are custom Android operating system (alternative) or not made in mobile phone vendors.
# 3: Can make arrangements to maximize the performance of the phone.
Note: In general, by simply doing a root only, you will not automatically be able to overclock the processor, except the kernel of the mobile / Android tablet supports it. But by doing a root, you can do underclock processor or processor speed in order to reduce battery consumption more efficient.
# 4: Can Uninstall Default Application Factory
By doing a root, we can do uninstall factory default applications are useless and only meet the phone’s memory. However, if you intend to do this you should be careful, because if either uninstall mobile phones can cause performance to be imperfect. Should not be done when it is not really necessary.
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