Definition of Root
basically root is, you have root access to your device and has enhanced privileges allowing it to run app.
Top reasons to root your android
- Unlock Hidden Features
After you have rooted your phone, you can run special applications that require root access on your phone. When compared to regular applications, root applications provide more features.
- Privacy Guarded
Strong, user-based encryption which is compatible with the Pretty Good Privacy and Privacy Guard programs.
- Boost Battery Life
- You can save or boost your phone battery life after root your android phone because you can easily uninstall unwanted pre installed apps.
- Ads Free
If you are rooted, you can block all the ads. From system level in-app ads to pop overs to ads in browser. And AdAway is the best way to do it.
- Speed Up Your PhoneUninstall Bloatware
Bloatwares are software whose usefulness is reduced because of the excessive disk space and memory it requires or we can say that unwanted software included on a new computer or mobile device by the manufacturer. So you can uninstall bloatware if your android phone is rooted.
- Steps to root your phone
There are so many apps or software which you can easily root your phone. In this tutorial we are using “KINGO” software.
You can download Kingo from there official website which is https://www.kingoapp.com/ and install them.
Connect Your device via USB Cable, in this step make sure USB Debugging mode is enable on android device and allow from your computer. And waiting while its download drivers.
Its shows automatically your phone name then click on Root and wait while its completing.
Click Finish to reboot Your device.
Note:-Sometimes its shows Donate Button but ignore them because it’s a marketing strategies to show ads.
Congratulation your device is now rooted.