With the improvement of Android, many people ask themselves if it’s still worth rooting. For instance, you’re not able to make use of Android Pay if your Android phone is rooted. The same applies in different cases, where App developers resolve to not support rooted devices for safety reasons.
Along with that, Android M will include many features like “Doze” which mainly replace root apps equivalent to Greenify. So what precisely are the reasons to root in 2016?
- You have got an old(er) Android device. With root access, you’re in a position to flash a custom ROM with the most recent version of Android. Due to this, you don’t rely a lot in your device manufacturer to keep you updated.
- AdAway. Whereas I’m all-in for supporting developers, some apps don’t provide an advert-free paid version. With AdAway you’re in a position to get rid of all undesirable adverts which is solely not possible with out root.
- Titanium Backup. Android M will bring Auto Backup for Apps, however sadly it’s nonetheless up to the developer if he/she wants to implement it or not. Titanium Backup is a simply but highly effective tool that backups simply every thing.
- Change DPI. With many devices coming with high-res displays these days, some people choose to have more screenspace than massive app icons. Whereas altering DPI will also be achieved with out root, it often breaks different apps.
- Remove bloatware. This one is straightforward. Take away all of the crap your mobile carrier put in your device. Who doesn’t want to do that?