How To Root Android & Improve The Performance

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Android rooting is the one and only way that end users can use to improve their Android devices in both appearance and performance. Android smartphones are manufactured under accepted standards to protect the durability of the device and the uniqueness of the devices. That is why end-users cannot change their Android devices as they wish. But, innovative hackers and developers has not been discouraged due to the restrictions. That is why we can use successful and fast rooting solutions to defeat the software restrictions on Android. Here we are going to know about all the important facts about Android rooting and the way you can improve your Android device after rooting.

How To Root Android

Obviously, there’s nothing to explain in this matter as there are so many answers you can find on the internet. although the How to root Android has been answered hundreds of times, there is no clear explanation regarding the issue. So, first of all here, I am going to give you a clear and simple explanation about rooting in general and this is not related to a specific smartphone brand. The file structure of Android is consist of a single root as it is a modified version of Linux and does not include several drivers as in Windows. The access to root has been denied by the device manufacturer. So, you cannot change the system files as in Windows unless you do not have privileges. In case of getting privilege control of Android, you need to change the default manufacturer’s ownership and take in to your hand.

In order to do it, you need to place the Su binary file in the system partition of your device. It is the command which Linux uses to change the administrative ownership to a regular user. There are two universal methods to place the Su binary in the Android system partition as exploiting Android vulnerabilities (Stump Root, TowelRoot, KingoRoot, etc) and flashing the Su binary file along with the utility software (SuperSU, Magisk, CF-Auto-Root) when the device is in recovery mode.

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Why You Need Custom Recovery Mode To Flash Su Binary

All the Android smartphones come with Stock recovery which provides basic features such as factory reset, wipe cache partition and manual update. Generally, Stock recovery does not allow you to install any unauthorized update as it can only update official updates. That is why you need Custom recovery mode to flash Su binary file along with the utility software. A custom recovery can skip the digital signature check and apply the relavant changes on the software and update it with root access

Manufacturer Support

All the Android smartphones come with a bootloader and it does not allow the device to run the Android framework if the system files of the device has been modified anyhow. In simple words, you cannot run your device at first rebooting after rooting if you have not unlocked the bootloader. Because the bootloader identifies the change that you have done on your device. But, the situation does not get worse if you have rooted your device using a One-click rooting tool. Technically, the one-click rooting tool does not alter your device partitions as it uses the one or more Android security bugs to reach the root or system files.

However, it is better to unlock the bootloader of your device for safer and smoother rooting experince. The unlocking method differs from device manufacturer to manufacturer as some of them support while others hardly support. As an example, Samsung smartphone are easily unlockable while Huawei, HTC, and Motorola devices are hard to unlock.

How To Improve The Performance After Rooting

There are a number of Amazing root apps you cannot even think of the existence of them. Most of them focused on enhancing the device performance while a considerable number of them change the appearance of your Android device. Here we are going to get to know some of the useful root apps that can drastically improve your device.

RootChekerThis is the most popular application which is downloaded by all the root lovers to verify if their root attempts are successful or not. This is a simple app but indicates the root status accurately. The app is available in Google Play store for free

SuperUser – As you know now, Su binary is the key component of Android rooting. SuperUser is the app which updates the Su binary for the proper function of a rooting device. It is also available for free in Google Play Store

Greenify – Greenify works as a power-saving app. It saves battery power hibernating the apps that do not run at the time. You can download the app on both rooted and non-rooted devices. But it does not work well on non-rooted devices. Not only battery but also it can prevent apps from using excessive RAM

Root Call Blocker Pro – Are you fed up with unwanted calls? Now, you can prevent them from the root of the device using Root Call Blocker Pro

Battery Calibration – Battery Calibration allows you to increase the battery life of your device to some extent through calibrating the battery. Calibration is the method that is used to revamp the battery stats that are collected by Android. Perhaps you may have seen that your device suddenly switch off without dropping in to battery 1%-2%. You can avoid it through calibration

Final Word

I hope, now you have clearly understood about rooting and root apps. Here, you can only find the features of apps, not the system requirements for each app. So, make sure to check the system requirements for each when downloading. Because the compatibility of apps varies according to the Android version you are running on.