What is the use of rooting an Android mobile in the middle of 2021


Root in the middle of 2021? Well, the truth is that it is much more useful than we thought.

There are mobile phones of all styles and prices. Although today when you buy a low-end terminal you find a device with really interesting features for its price - you just have to see the super smartphones that are for just 200 euros-, a few years ago it was the opposite.

The low-end Android was a lottery. Ridiculous performance terminals with little RAM, little storage memory and above all, no support for updates. All this led to the famous lag appearing in these smartphones in a short time in most cases. making devices unusable and giving Android a look it didn't really deserve.

In this order of things the most handy users or those who did not want to spend money on another terminal, chose to root their devices. What is root? This concept refers to the fact of obtaining superuser or administrator permissions in Unix-based operating systems - such as MacOS, Linux or Android - so that it is possible to carry out advanced modifications that any other user with “normal” permissions could not carry out. finished.

Android users are no longer interested in root, and there are reasons for it ...

Root has therefore lost meaning over time as terminals are getting better and better and therefore you have to "fiddle" less with them. Now there are still root romantics in 2021 and many more than we might believe. But, Does it make sense to root an Android phone in the middle of 2021? According to some users, yes.

Why root an Android mobile in 2021

Root on Android

Speaking of root in the middle of 2021? No, we haven't gone crazy.

First of all, it is worth reading the XDA article in which a user comments on the virtues of rooting a mobile terminal in the middle of 2021. This user tells the reasons why he has decided to root his brand new Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra (a phone too many of 1,000 euros) in addition to explaining all the benefits that this process brings with it.

In his words, one of the main reasons why he decides to root his terminals is because of customization. Android and the brands alone allow you to download a multitude of wallpapers as well as themes, but the truth is that some layers of customization are quite intrusive limiting consumer freedom. Thanks to root, a multitude of apps and tools can be installed with which to personalize our smartphones with the only limit of our imagination, giving a unique and different touch to our Android terminal.

On the other hand, when you root an Android terminal, you get access to all the files of the mobile system. This may not be recommended for a novice user, but it is something essential for all those who like to "mess around".

Another great reason to root an Android terminal is the possibility of installing ad blockers. Despite the fact that in the Play Store we can web browsers like Adblocker that offer us ad-free browsing, they have quite a few limitations. With root we can install solutions like AdAway that eliminate all kinds of advertising when using the smartphone.

Finally, reference is made to the fact that if one spends money on a telephone, it is to use it under the same terms. The good thing about Android is its total freedom, so the user who roots an Android phone is to make the most of it without any brand or company imposing limits. But beware because there are many more reasons to root a smartphone in 2021.

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We have not traveled to the past, we are still in 2021

  • Apps like Viper4Android for better audio quality.
  • Better privacy by being able to block system apps or remove bloatware apps.
  • Install Custom ROMs, giving a second chance to many terminals whose brands have abandoned and do not update.
  • Xposed. What is Xposed? We will tell you about it in this interesting article.

In short, root not only serves to improve humble terminals by making them faster or by installing more current versions of Android thanks to Custom ROMs, but it is also useful even for smartphones as recent as the incredible Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra. That root makes less and less sense? It is also true but we will not deny that it still is something essential for all those who want to get the most out of their smartphone.

Related topics: Android, Android 11, Mobile