First off, Rooting Your Device voids the warranty on the device. If you want to root your device but are afraid of "bricking" said device, rooting it may not be good for you.
Okay, now that we've got that out of the way, its time for... Why should I Root my device?
- Reason 1: Rooting a device can allow you to "better optimize" your device, letting you change how hard you want your processor to work, or how much ram you want to use at a time to save battery life.
- Reason 2: Rooting a device allows you to install new ROMs to your device, making it better looking, and nicer feeling.
- Reason 3: Rooting a device allows you to install BackTrack on your device, allowing you to mobiley hack wireless networks, webcams, and more...
Those are just three reasons why you should root your android device.
Later this week I will post a "MASTER GUIDE" to rooting android devices. It will include most devices like, the Galaxy S3 & S2, Galaxy Note, Google Nexus One, and other Nexus Devices, HTC One & One X, HTC Inspire & Desire 4G, and more android devices. If you want to add a device to that list, please comment so I can add it to the tutorial.
Thank you, see you later this week!
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