Top Reasons to Root your Android

How excited are you about your Android phone? Pretty much, right? It is the go-to gadget that allows you not only to communicate, but also work, socialize, organize, and entertain yourself. What if there was a way you could get even more out of your device? Android is one of the most flexible, adaptable, and customizable mobile operating systems out there and you can easily turn your serial Android device into your own personalized gadget, specifically tailored to make sure that you get the best out of it.

So, how about opening your Android device to a new universe of customization? Android smartphones and tablets are incredibly powerful. Unfortunately, most people only get a small taste of that power. Rooting lets you experience the full potential your device has to offer so that you will gain complete control.

But you don’t have to take our word for it. Let us walk you through only a few benefits that the new world of customization brings:


Android skins are bulky, ugly, or some combination of the two. So if you want to try something new, stylish, and specially tailored to your wishes, root your device to ditch the skins and make your Android device look more beautiful than ever before.

Rooting will give you access to the important files you need to make changes in folders that are usually hidden. Root your device and forget about using an Android skin that the manufacturer thinks you might like and actually do it your way!


Isn’t it silly that in this day and age you still have to manually toggle functionalities such as turning off GPS, switching between networks, or turning the display off? Let’s help you automate and have your own device do this for you!

All Android users in the know use Tasker for all sorts of automations. It is true that it does not require rooting, but having it you’ll be able to automate virtually everything electronic in your life. Want your phone to connect to Bluetooth speakers and start playing your favorite song at 4:30 pm every day when your phone’s GPS is in your parking lot at work? Just root your device and you can easily do that!


Why would you need to root your phone to back-up your info and media? You already know that you can do it without rooting.

But can you, really? Default non-root backup tools are decent, but the thing they don’t tell you is that it’s impossible to back up all the data on your device. You can backup contact information, for example, and certain types of apps, but you can’t back up everything.

That’s a problem that you can fix by rooting. Titanium Backup is amazingly powerful. Within minutes of buying a new Android device, you can easily transfer all of your old information over to your new device. No need to wait a minute more – backup everything on your device, including system apps and their data, all your contact information, message history, and settings!


If you’d come this far, you’re most probably the kind of person that likes to know and work with every little feature of your Android device. Some of them are on the surface, while others are more under-the-hood. The later require a custom kernel, which will only flash on a rooted device.

What’s a kernel? It’s what your phone uses to communicate with your apps. Some kernels are better than others – especially if you’re looking for better battery life, faster battery charging, better performance, and a lot more.

Check if your Android device is rootable. It’s free!


Here you are. Just bought yourself a new shiny phone. You’re so excited about your new “toy” that you start using it instantly. You start it and what do you see? Dozens of bloatware apps installed, that you’ll most probably never use, but you are unable to uninstall them. So you are now the not so proud owner of a phone with tons of apps taking up valuable storage space and, in some cases, run in the background stealing away performance and battery life.

What do you do? Just root your device and be happy that you bought it! Simple as that.


Speaking of money and how to save it, let’s talk about how you can root your Android device and not get charged $10 to $25 per month for the privilege of tethering.

Most carriers block and remove tethering from Android phones. And the reason they do this is because they want you to buy a separate plan, or even more data to be able to use tethering (which should be accessible for free). So why should it matter how you use your data, and, more importantly, why should you let somebody else decide how to use it?

Stop asking yourself all these questions and simply root your device to turn your phone into a mobile hotspot!


Have you ever looked for good Android apps online, only to find that they’re not available for your device? Why would you let someone else decide what you should use, especially since there is no good reason why you are seeing the annoying “This app is incompatible with your Android Device” message?

The answer is the classical “It’s all about the money”. Phone carriers will sometimes restrict apps that compete with their apps. In other cases, an app isn’t available in your “region,” although it will still work perfectly fine when you install it.

Rooting is the answer. If you want to be able to install all of these apps and never see a message like the one listed above, click here.


What use is it to have a very powerful device that you can’t use to its full potential? Did you know that you could do a multitude of very cool stuff by simply rooting your phone? We don’t want to bore you with all the nitty-gritty details, but here are some of our favorite features you can only enjoy when you root Android:

  • Attach a PlayStation controller to your phone and use it to control mobile games.
  • Block specific callers from calling at certain times.
  • Download apps that aren’t available in your country.
  • Trick websites and Google into thinking your phone is from a different region.
  • Protect yourself from public Wi-Fi networks and ARP, DOS, and MITM attacks.
  • Use your camera in high-FPS modes, including enabling 240fps slow motion on phones where it’s not officially a feature.

Not sure if your device is rootable? Just click here to check.


Enough is enough! How about being able to enjoy your phone without constantly having to skip or close ads when you are actually trying to do your business? Let advertisers reach out through a different channel and without them regularly trying to sell you all kinds of products you don’t actually need. Not only do these ads get in your way, but they also use up your data!

Root your Android phone! It is by far the best way to get rid of the unwanted and annoying ads across all apps and browsers. Just like you would block a website on your Wi-Fi network by entering it into your router, you can prevent entire advertisement networks by canceling them on the root level of your device.

If you don’t want to enter each advertisement website you need to block manually, then there’s a better solution: install ad-blocking apps like AdFreeAdBlock Plus, and AdAware.

If you’ve had enough with annoying ads, check if your device is rootable for free:


We all know how frustrating it is to have an empty or almost empty battery. It will render your phone completely useless for some precious time. Not to mention that you’ll have to carry around all sorts of power banks – which also come with the responsibility of making sure they are always charged.

Rooting Android lets you speed up your phone or tablet and improve its battery life. SetCPU is a great way to improve performance and battery life at the same time. It also enables you to overclock your phone when you need extra performance and underclock your phone when you don’t need it. In other words, better performance and superior battery life.

Beyond apps, you can install custom ROMs which are specifically designed to improve performance and boost your battery’s life.

Click here to check if your device is rootable and turn your Android from crawling to speeding.


In the end, all that matters is for you to truly own your device and be able to use it as you please. Carriers and manufacturers are always telling you how to use your phone and what to do, which apps you can install, and which you can uninstall. Ultimately, it feels like you’re renting a device: not owning it.

You don’t have to blindly accept that. Instead, root your device and own it 110%! Solve this problem and benefit of the best possible openness and control over your entire Android device. And that freedom is tough to beat.