How To Root Android - Is It Worth To Do

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Smartphones have become one of an essential part of our lives and it seems that surviving without a smartphone has become harassment in our lives. Most of the smartphone users tend to use Android as their operating system as it is really easy to use and affordable. But most of Android smartphones are over corrupted with software restrictions and those smartphones have become bothersome to its users. That is why most of the Andriod users consider Android rooting.

What Is Android Rooting

Android rooting is a technical mechanism and it allows Android users to remove all the software restrictions that have been laid on the Android operating system by the device manufacturers and the network carriers.

How To Root Android

Technically, there are two universal ways to root your Android smartphone. Click on to get the full guide about the recommended way to root your Samsung Galaxy smartphone and click here to get the full guide to get root other Android smartphone models.

What You Can Do After Rooting

As you are free from your device manufacturer and network carriers after rooting, you can use your device as you want and customize it as you want. Basically, you can install apps that your device manufacturer generally doesn’t allow you and you can uninstall apps that your device manufacturer and network carriers generally don’t allow you. In addition to these basic purposes, you can perform advanced technical things such as installing custom recovery and tweaking the Android kernel.

Adverse Effects Of Android Rooting

Technically, rooting is an authorized technical task and most probably you devise manufacturer may refuse to pay technical issues which may occur after rooting under your software warranty. Although you can full unroot your device and get your device back to normal condition, you cannot fix the tripped Knox Warranty Bit on latest Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Samsung uses The Samsung Knox warranty bit to detects if your device is running unofficial software on your device and it helps to prevent unauthorized access to your data. When you root your device, Knox warranty bit trips and some of Knox services becomes disabled.

Final Word

At the users’ end, Android rooting really beneficial and useful. But, you need to think twice before rooting your Android and you must follow a proper guide to root your Android to get a positive result at the end of rooting process.

Rooting an Android device will allow you to remove the software restrictions. But as same, you will go out of the company warranty.

Assuming that you’re an average user and own a good device( 3gb+ ram , recieve regular OTAs) , No , its not worth it.

Android has changed , it’s not what it used to be back then . Its not that easy to root android versions like oreo and pie , whatever way hackers find to root the device is now getting patched with regular updates .

Reasons not to root ~

[li]OTA Updates - After rooting you wont get any OTA updates , you put your phone’s potential at a limit.
[/li][li]Custom ROMS - You might be fantasising about Custom ROMS but its not worth it , custom roms are made by group of few people and aren’t as good as stock Android , they have a lot of bugs and aren’t fast with updates .
[/li][li]Data’s always at risk - You won’t be attacked by hordes of hackers , but the device becomes more vulnerable to such attacks , it is alot more easier to retrieve(hack) data from a rooted device rather than a unrooted device . Moreover , by giving Root Privilege to applications you give access of your whole device to the application, so never give privilege to apps you don’t know about.
[/li][li]A lot of apps won’t work - A lot of applications like Google pay , Samsung pay etc wont work on rooted phones and even Root Cloak isn’t good enough at hiding root access.

That being said, if you still want a feature which is only accessible via rooting and you don’t mind putting your phone’s security at risk , then go ahead and root , however do read threads about your device on XDA Developers about rooting and various problems like softbrick/hardbrick and their solutions.


You have explain the process quite well. But you have explain about one-click process. Do you know anything about another process in which user have to manually do the rooting. Is manual rooting safe? Do you think it will be more helpful for learning more about rooting?