Jun 2, 2017

Benefits of Rooting an Android phone & Jailbreaking an iPhone

Using a phone without being the boss of that phone is really absurd. Without jailbreaking your iPhone or rooting your Android smartphone will only give you limited access to such phone.

Most iPhone users knows about Jailbreaking, and without Jailbreaking your iPhone, you can't customize your iPhone to the fullest; same goes to Android users. Will you permit me to say that you can't enjoy your Android device without rooting it. I will quickly tell you why rooting an Android phone and jailbreaking an iPhone is of importance to you as the owner of that particular device.

BENEFITS OF ROOTING AN ANDROID PHONE

As an Android user, rooting your device is quite necessary in order to get the best from that smartphone. Many people root their Android phones for so many reasons.

First of all, rooting your Android phone has given you the Admin privilege to access some system partitions inorder to tweak files and to customize the phone to your taste.

Also, you can remove/uninstall system apps (bloatwares), you can uninstall Android pre-installed apps from the phone to free up some space in the internal memory.

There are other things you could achieve by rooting your phone include theming the system UI of the OS, changing system fonts and enabling hidden features.

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BENEFITS OF JAILBREAKING AN IPHONE

Jailbreaking an iPhone means bypassing the restrictions imposed by Apple on your iPhone. Jailbreaking allows users to change the default system apps, replace system icons, use different launchers, customize the control center and so much more. Most iPhone users customize their iPhones for Cydia tweaks. These tweaks include Activator, BioProtect, Cylinder, iCleaner and Zeppelin. These makes the existing features of the iPhone even better.

DISADVANTAGES OF ROOTING AN ANDROID PHONE & JAILBREAKING AN IPHONE DEVICE

Rooting an Android phone or jailbreaking an iPhone device is really necessary if you want to get the best out of these phones. Quite alright, there are still drawbacks to everything.

You will no longer receive software updates; and even if you do get an OTA notification about a new system update, your phone will get bricked if you try to update the phone when it's rooted or jailbroken. You have to unroot/un-jailbreak such device before performing any system update.

Also, the security of your smartphone is compromised. But all the same, it's not all bad. My device is rooted and I'm really getting the most out of my Android phone.

Getting the overall control of my phone is the reason I bought it. You are the boss of your smartphone when you root it or jailbreak it.

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  1. Rooting is good but don't HUAWEI phone.. You will regret it


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    1. That time wey I still dey hustle for ikeja, this useless brand spoil market one day, as I no fit root am. That useless huawei

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  2. Kachi please how do i unroot..

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    1. How did you root it? Via kingroot or PC?

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    2. I used kingroot

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    3. It's very simple. Kindly uninstall the kingroot app.

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    4. Bro.. It's still rooted.. Deleted the app since when..

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    5. Uninstalling Kingroot app automatically unroot the device. That's the way i unroot mine.

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  3. thanks you but sir teacher us how we do this rooting

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    1. What kind of Android phone do you use and also the version?

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  4. I have been trying to root my phone Tecno W4 with Kingsroot but not easy although......

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    1. See steps to root Tecno W4 Here

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  5. Admin,you have not tell me those things I will enjoy if I root my phone.I want facts and figures. Thanks

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    1. Lol funny. I thought i have explained even better in the post above.

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  6. Tolu4/6/17

    It can be risky sometimes.

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