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Why should we root our Android Phones

What is root/rooting a device? 
                                    Rooting is a process that allows you to attain root access to the Android operating system code (the equivalent term for Apple devices id jailbreaking). It gives you privileges to modify the software code on the device or install other software that the manufacturer wouldn't normally allow you to.

First Reason:Remove Preinstalled Application
            When you  bought  a new Android phone ,you found some preinstalled Application  and you could not uninstall .These Application are useless and use large amount of ram memory .Due to this your phone getting slow and you cannot install more apps.After rooting android phone ,your preinstalled app will be remove from your phone.But Some basic apps will be preinstall in your phone.Or you can install large number of app in your phone.Titanium Backup is good for more than just backups, too. It can also uninstall that annoying, battery-draining, space-wasting crapware that comes preinstalled on so many phones these days—and, sadly, this feature is root-only. Freeze them first to make sure your phone operates normally without them, then delete them completely to free up that space. 

Second Reason:Upgrade Andriod version of Phone 

By Rooting Andriod phone you can upgrade Andrion version for example if your Andriod phone has 4.1 version it can be changes into 4.4 version. By upgrading Andriod version speed of your Increases ,New Features Added ,GUI of your phone Changes.If you're the kind of person that likes to fiddle with every little feature—both on the surface and under the hood—rooting is for you. Whether you want to customize your keyboard layout with something like Keyboard Manager or give yourself faster scrolling, improved multitasking, and extra themes with Pimp My ROM, rooting gives you the power to tweak just about any corner you can think of. If you want to do it, chances are someone over on a forum like XDA has created a mini-app or tweak that will help.

Third Reason:Increase Battery Backup & Speed of phone

 You can do a lot of things to speed up your phone and boost its battery life without rooting, but with root—as always—you have even more power. For example, with an app like SetCPU you can overclock your phone for better performance, or underclock it for better battery life. You can also use an app like Greenify to automatically hibernate apps you aren't using—perfect for those apps that always want to run in the background when you're not looking.

Fourth Reason:Easily Backup Phone Data

 When you move to a new Android device—or restore your device to stock for any reason—you can make your life a lot easier by backing up your apps and settings first. That way, you can get your entire setup back in just a few taps. If you aren't rooted, you can back up a few things like apps and data, but you won't necessarily be able to backup system apps and their data, or automate the entire process as well as Titanium Backup can. Check out our guide to Titanium Backup for more tips.

Fifth Reason:Increase App Storage & Unlock Hidden Features

 Sometimes, even Android isn't open enough to give you some of the features you want. Either an app is blocked by carriers, hacks into Android's system files, or otherwise isn't available. Luckily, rooting can help with that: you can install carrier-blocked apps, get features from the latest version of Android, make incompatible apps compatible, power up your hardware, get features like Beats Audio from other phones, or emulate exclusive features like those on the Moto X. Whatever you want, rooting gives you the power to do a lot more.
I give you promise that you will be glad to root your Andriod phone.
Why should we root our Android Phones Reviewed by M.Muhazzab Hussain on 11:46:00 PM Rating: 5

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