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Advantages and Disadvantages of Rooting of Android Devices

Updated on April 5, 2016
Advantages vs. Disadvantages
Advantages vs. Disadvantages

Introduction

Android is the one of the Most popular Operating System installed in Billions of Smartphones and Tablets. It was originally built for Systems like Smart phones and Tablets Computers but nowadays it is used in Android cars ,Wrist Watches and other electronics devices. Rooting of Android Devices are very popular .But we must be aware of the advantages and disadvantages before rooting.

Advantages

There are lots of Reasons that might enforce you to root your device and some of them are as follows :

Root Access/ Full System Access

Once you have rooted ,then you must be able to access various sections and system files and you can modify them according to your convenience.

Remove Dafault/Pre-Installed Applications

Android is an open source OS ,so manufacturers are allowed to add any applications or files ,they doesn't care of user needs. Without rooting you can only disable that apps but you cannot remove that apps and they occupy lots of precious internal space of your device.But after Rooting you are allowed to remove these unused apps permanently or you can shift them in your removable memory cards.

Use Custom Kernel & ROMs

Kernal provides interface between the software and hardware.You can use another kernel with more functionalities and features.Custom ROMs can be used for better feel of your device.

Block Ads into your Installed Apps

There are lots of apps on the play store that are free of cost , but lot of them uses ads either at top or bottom ,some of them redirect to the play store .But after Rooting you can Block all types of ads from every apps.

Better Performance & Faster processing

After rooting your device will perform better and process faster.

Un-Rooting

when it comes to rooting of new device,people afraid because if you root you will loose warranty of your device . But Un-rooting is also available that returns your warranty.

Disadvantages

If you use precautions before modify anything then you would never get these errors.

Getting Super Access sometime Hearts

If you do not know about the system files and you remove/delete them and this may lead to fault in main software ( OS ) ,or may cause crashes of applications.

You device might get Bricked

this is the worst thing that can be possible after rooting if you not use precautions.If this occure then noone can help you to fix this issue.

Blocking Ads also block income of App developers

This is the disadvantages for the app developer ,because of blocking ads in installed apps of our device.

Choosing wrong Kernal or ROMSs

if custom kernal or ROM are unsupported or faulty ,then it may cause to brickup your device

Warranty

Un-rooting is availble but your device might get rejected at service centers due to improper Un-Rooting.

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