Rooting your device unlocks great features. It is great as it adds more power to the user but it is a risky task too. So in this article, we will discuss the major Pros and Cons of Rooting!
What is rooting?
Whereas, your Rooted Android smartphone is like your own house. You’ve full controls and rights over it. Buying a new home has few risks like the overall worth of your land is decreasing. (I’m not good with examples)
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Pros of rooting
Bloatware free device
Backup and Remove Anything
Without rooting, you can backup your downloaded apps but after rooting you can also backup pre-installed apps and its data also. To do this you must use apps like Titanium Backup. So if you are planning to remove bloatware make sure you have a backup of the app so in case if anything wrong happens you have the backup and you can restore it.
TIP: Don’t remove the default launcher, notification bar or any system apps.
Overclocking is a serious process. Precautions must be taken before overclocking your processor, it’s risky as it can damage your CPU. But if done correctly, it’ll skyrocket the device performance!
Increased battery life
Cons of rooting
Brick is a state which turns your fully-functional smartphone into a piece of brick or maybe a paperweight!
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