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Should I Root My Android?

Published on 04 February 17
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When first hearing about root android, I was skeptical. The whole thing just sounded too good to be true, but after going with an impulsive buy, I was blown away by the greatness that was behind the curtain. While most people will try to read through this hype, those that are willing to take a stab at latest phone freedom will rejoice with the features that are presented here. You'll find that there are several different pieces to the puzzle that will illuminate your sense for technology. Should I root my android? Consider just a few of the best parts about rooting your system and creating the freedom to do anything you want on your terms.

Why Go, Stock?

When you purchase a vehicle, most often people upgrade certain components. Whether it's for racing or visual aesthetics, few leave the vehicle untouched at all. It's with that in mind that many are starting to realize that they have great power with their phones. If you want to serious change things up, you'll have to look into this option. By rooting you are opening up the components to full blast. Or rather, you're turning up the amps to 11! All the roms, programs and different things that used to be forbidden to you will now be easily added to your lineup of KingRoot app.

There's absolutely no reason why you should have a stock gadget because when you least expect it, it will turn into a brick and collect dust like many other gadgets that you may have purchased in the past.

Better Functionality

The built-in keyboard on your device, the tethering, the blue tooth and everything else that you will want to use on your phone comes with standard programming and functionality. It's basic, and it doesn't use the core processor that you have built into the smartphone that you have purchased. Look online at the specifications of even the entry-level Android devices, and you'll note that the core processors and ram can match the speeds of your laptop in many ways. Even with all that power, there are moments when you slow down, speeds dissipate, and you are left wondering what is going wrong.

That's not the case here; I found that after installing and running root-android.org, my phone was a new thing. It reacted like a ram upgrade to my computer system, as everything was fast. Multi-touch, KingRoot app and even emulators were running at top speeds, and if that wasn't enough, I found that the wi-fi connection was much better and didn't have any hiccups with my web browsing or streaming of videos.

Test The Waters

The biggest thing that I would note about this option is that I finally have control. I hate the notion of being shackled by phone services and companies that want to make sure that my phone craps out in 2 years so that I have to buy another one. That's not the case now; I have opened up the phone, and am running it like a small business laptop wherever I go, and without incident thus far. Getting to root-android.org and checking out the features was the best thing I did in regards to tech today.
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When first hearing about root android, I was skeptical. The whole thing just sounded too good to be true, but after going with an impulsive buy, I was blown away by the greatness that was behind the curtain. While most people will try to read through this hype, those that are willing to take a stab at latest phone freedom will rejoice with the features that are presented here. You'll find that there are several different pieces to the puzzle that will illuminate your sense for technology. Should I root my android? Consider just a few of the best parts about rooting your system and creating the freedom to do anything you want on your terms.

Why Go, Stock?

When you purchase a vehicle, most often people upgrade certain components. Whether it's for racing or visual aesthetics, few leave the vehicle untouched at all. It's with that in mind that many are starting to realize that they have great power with their phones. If you want to serious change things up, you'll have to look into this option. By rooting you are opening up the components to full blast. Or rather, you're turning up the amps to 11! All the roms, programs and different things that used to be forbidden to you will now be easily added to your lineup of KingRoot app.

There's absolutely no reason why you should have a stock gadget because when you least expect it, it will turn into a brick and collect dust like many other gadgets that you may have purchased in the past.

Better Functionality

The built-in keyboard on your device, the tethering, the blue tooth and everything else that you will want to use on your phone comes with standard programming and functionality. It's basic, and it doesn't use the core processor that you have built into the smartphone that you have purchased. Look online at the specifications of even the entry-level Android devices, and you'll note that the core processors and ram can match the speeds of your laptop in many ways. Even with all that power, there are moments when you slow down, speeds dissipate, and you are left wondering what is going wrong.

That's not the case here; I found that after installing and running root-android.org, my phone was a new thing. It reacted like a ram upgrade to my computer system, as everything was fast. Multi-touch, KingRoot app and even emulators were running at top speeds, and if that wasn't enough, I found that the wi-fi connection was much better and didn't have any hiccups with my web browsing or streaming of videos.

Test The Waters

The biggest thing that I would note about this option is that I finally have control. I hate the notion of being shackled by phone services and companies that want to make sure that my phone craps out in 2 years so that I have to buy another one. That's not the case now; I have opened up the phone, and am running it like a small business laptop wherever I go, and without incident thus far. Getting to root-android.org and checking out the features was the best thing I did in regards to tech today.

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