How To: The Reasons Why So Many People Root Their Android Devices (And Why You Should, Too)

The Reasons Why So Many People Root Their Android Devices (And Why You Should, Too)

Is rooting your Android device right for you? Well, in order to answer that question, we need to get a better understanding of what rooting is and why exactly so many modders choose to root their smartphones and tablets.

Rooting basically gives you access to files and folders in the device that were previously locked or disabled. With that access you can download third-party apps, back-up data, change and customize themes, and so much more.

XDA-Developer's azrienoch explains what rooting is, as only a developer can.

Okay, so now you want to root your device. No problem. You can root your Samsung Galaxy S III or Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.0 pretty easily, along with practically any other Android device.

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How hard is it to root a nexus 7(2013) with kit Kat??

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