Let’s have a look at Advantages of Rooting Android Smartphone in a brief discussion:
Save Space on Phone Internal Memory
Currently Android 2.2 allows users to install application on SD card. But if you are using lower version and have lot of Applications on your phone it will make device slowdown. If you have rooted your Android you can install custom Rom like Cyanogen ROM for Android and a app called called Apps2SD let’s you install apps on SD Card.
Run Applications needed Root Access
There is some special Applications full of features that need root access to run such as
Android-WiFi-Tether Android Wi-FI Tether (turns Android phone into a wireless access point so that you can effectively share your phone’s Internet connection with laptops)
Set CPU Android – Overclocking your rooted device lets you speed up your phone’s processor
AutoStarts for Android let’s you get control over startup programs
Install Custom ROMs
Get the most of your Android phone using Custom ROM. Root access will let you use Custom ROM on your Android Smartphone.
Delete stock applications
With root access you will be Able to delete stock applications that you don’t use (e.g. Amazon Market)
Customize your Android phone the way you want. Install themes and other home screen Apps.
There is also some Disadvantages of Advantages of Rooting Android Smartphone such as:
Taking the risk
If you’re going to Root your Android and you’re unsuccessful it’s quite difficult to recover things you’ve done.
After rooting your Android if somehow you got problem and bring it back to the shop they might be refuse to fix it.
There is a good video review of Rooting Android Smartphone. Watch below the video of Judgment Android Rooting from Rivision3:
So, what do think? Are you going to root your Android smartphone to get extra benefit? Before you do anything make sure you have enough knowledge on do some research on how to root your specific android device otherwise you nay end up with trouble.