The Google Play store does a pretty good job of managing your app downloads. Everything you ever download or buy is tied to your Google account, so if you ever need to reset your phone – or when you upgrade to a new one – you can reinstall them all quite easily.
The number and variety of custom ROMs available for the best-selling Android phones is immense. In most cases there are a few ROMs that are the most polished and, as a result, the most popular, and these so often form the basis of smaller ROMs that are designed by developers to meet their own particular requirements. As a result you can find a ROM to suit pretty much any need that you may have.
The process of rooting is designed to give apps you install on your phone the ability to do things they otherwise wouldn’t. Rooting means to have root access to system files. On a typical Android installation, neither the user or any apps can can access the core files in the OS. You can’t change or delete the files that are vital in the functioning of the OS, and neither can any apps, This is largely a security issue. Files and functions locked away in a non-rooted device do not serve any real purpose to the user, and making changes to these without knowing what you are doing can leave a device with problems, or even make it stop working altogether. As a result the OS simply prevents them from being accessed at all. As for apps, they also cannot access these parts of the system to ensure that badly written, or malicious, apps don’t do any damage.
Here’s how to install a new version of the OS….
The main benefit to rooting an Android phone is that it enables you to flash a new ROM. A ROM is installed to the read-only memory part of the phone and contains a version of the Android operating system and any additional apps, such as those that will give you access to the Google play store.
Access a new level of customisation and great upgrades simply by rooting your device.
For many users, the versatility offered by Android is more than enough to keep them going. But while Android is great as it is, it’s also possible to open a whole new level of customisation by “rooting” a device.
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