5 Android Tweaks that Require Root Access

Users who own an Android device can't stop from tweaking, changing, customizing, optimizing the internal system and OS. They want to get the most of their handsets by tweaking. And many advanced tweaks and tricks need root access to complete the processes. That's why so many user love to root their Android to get access to more functionality.

As a newbie, you may afraid of rooting, beacuse rooting will immediately void your warranty of Android device. But these tweaks may be more appealing than the fear of lossing warranty. Once you have rooted your Android, you may never want to unroot it.

Backup System / App Data

You can easily backup your personal media files via a microSD card or a cumputer by a USB, but you can never backup the apps data or system data until you gain the root access.

App like Titanium is a backup app which can backup everything of your Android. Backup is the inevitable choice for which you need root access to Android device.

Block Ads

Ads are a necessary evil. Each time when you browse the websites or open an app on your Android phones, the ads may pop up. These unavoidable ads are too annoying so that users couldn't bear.

While, users are eager to block ads with apps. But apps like Adaway or Adblock can just be installed by a rooted device.

Uninstall Bloatware Completely

Such apps and softwares that preinstalled by manufactures and carriers which can not be deleted are called bloatwares. These apps are seldom or never used by users. These useless apps not only occupy the small storage space, but also drain the battery life when running on the background.

Users really want to uninstall them but can't. Users have to download the third-party app to complete it. Root access is needed. However, if you root your Android with Kingoroot, the Kingo SuperUser will help you do that without downloading a third-party app.

Install Incompatible APPs

Many users may experience this situation that you want to install a game app with some incompatible message. You may feel frustrating, and even more frustrating when you realize that there's no good reason why you see this message.

But, if you have rooted your Android, you will never see this message again.

Flash a Custom ROM

To flash a custom ROM is one of the popular things after rooting. This will enable you to gain all the features of the custom ROM. After flash a custom ROM you will find it easy to install the latest and greatest OS version that compatible with your device you want without waiting.

KingoRoot APK or Software for Android

KingoRoot is an advanced technology developed by KingoRoot Team. This apk or software enables you one-click root your Android device within some minutes with a few steps.