Top 10 Recommended Apps For Rooting
There are ten recommended apps for rooting which you can install on your device.
When you search apps for Android devices which have been rooted, these top ten will come up on Google Play. We will get to know each of them so you can know how to take control of your device.
Gives direct access to Android files
Root Explorer is a browser that allows you to access protected Android system files. With the help of Root Explorer, you can alter settings so you can hack the system. Developers also have a 24-hour refund system for the app.
SD Speed Increase
Increases the size of SD card for cache files
SD Speed Increase can alter system setting files to increase the cache size of your device’s memory. The default setting of 128kb can be changed to its maximum 2048kb to get the optimum read/write performance on its external media. Not all devices support this though but it’s worth the try.
Hides adverts from apps
There are a lot of free apps in the Android Market. However, they usually come with adverts that are not really necessary. Adfree Android helps you get rid of those adverts. It blocks them out so they won’t have to appear anymore. But users need to be careful when using this app as it can have altering effects on network dependent app like WordPress.
Backs up Android phone fully
Titanium Backup is another app which is as useful as ROM Manager. The free version comes with a backup tool that has the ability to get rid of bloatware apps. The paid version has additional features such as dropbox support, encryption, and many others. This is a recommended app.
Allows you to take screenshots
Screenshots are available on iOS devices for quite some time now. But reports say that the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich will add screenshot feature to Android. However, there is a simple screen capture app which you can install to your phone. That is the Screenshot. You can capture images with the use of a timer or just shaking the device.
Fixes issues on battery calibration after rooting
Altering ROM or flashing new ROM can also alter battery meter. Battery Calibration fixes this problem by creating new battery stats file. Although some users believe it is just a placebo, others still think that the app actually works. There is no better way of proving it but to try for yourself.
Tweaks your device and overclocks it
The default choice when it comes to overclocking apps is SetCPU. But there is also a free alternative called the CPU Tuner. It involves overclocking tools and power saving tweaks to do the job of delivering a comprehensive package.
Keeps ROMs at hand
Boot Manager, another apps for rooting, allows you to store various ROMs in one device. You can store up to 5 ROMs that you can install and switch alternately in between reboots. This is the first of its kind in the Android world. This is very useful in testing different ROMs while keeping other stable ROMs ready.
Expands battery life
JuiceDefender is another app for rooting that saves up the battery and at the same time performs tweaks to preserve power for future needs. It can run on non-rooted devices but works better when on rooted ones. Saving results of batteries may vary because of their usage but this is worth a try to help save energy as long as it can.
The backbone of every root
Super User usually appears on newly rooted devices. Otherwise, you can download and install it to your device so you can make use of root-dependent apps. Super User grants root access when an app requires it. A notification will pop out automatically and by clicking ‘yes’, root access is granted.
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