Relating: LowEnd Devices and Rooting

Do you still use Android that is outdated, a phone that has low Internal memory, is known as old or LowEnd Devices? Does your phone takes longer to perform tasks?

Then this post is definitely for you.
Lets first discuss a few points that makes a device low-end

Drawbacks :

* Limited Usage of Internal memory, RAM
* It is Stuck to lower Android versions
* Slow Functioning on High Quality apps or stops functioning momentarily

I personally use a Moto E Condor. A really old and outdated and a low-end Android Gadget. But after rooting this device has actually helped to reach limits and get a better experience.

Now, rooting always cannot be a solution to juice out better and high-end experience out of your Android Device. There are several other methods to make it happen such as

* Choose Apps properly – so that least amount of your Device RAM and memory is put to use.

* Regularly clean Cached Files – to make RAM available for other tasks and Internal memory free from not much required files.

 

* Update your Android versions regularly – to avoid being called old phone user or staying updated(this or either way it helps you and your device to keep up with trends ongoing)

Now, these are a few reasons I use to keep up with the trends. But what about those devices which are stuck with older versions of Android
(yes, even the one I use). There are 2 Options that come handy when this happens. Either stick to the older last version of Android made available to the Device Or somehow update to higher Android version(by this I meant Rooting).

Rooting – is pretty tough job to do, but once done well with it can make your device somewhat a better-end Device. So if you want to root your device think well before doing so. Even the sources that provide information about root-access say “We are not responsible for Any damage or sort to device.” Well, before scrolling down lets also discuss the benefits and drawbacks of giving your device root access:

Benefits:

> Gaining Root Access
> You get to use your device to its best limits
> Makes your Device RAM free
> Helps in removing Bloatware(Apps in your Android that are least used by user or apps user does not uses at all but are in-built by the Manufacturer)

Drawbacks:

  •  Data in your Rooted Device is accessible easily
  •  Low Security
  •  Warranty of your Device is removed

(P.S : If you want to root your device then choose devices that have run out of warranty already. so that you don’t regret)

But, if you are well determined to do so here is what you need to do:
* Search if root-access for your desired Android device is available or not
* If so what ROMs are available for you to choose from
* Download the required .zip file for giving root access to Android Device
* Generate a backup of everything that is on your device; apps, media, data etc
* Make sure your device is charged more than 80%
*You can google out the steps to root as they vary from brand to brand

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About bhavesh patke 17 Articles
An IT Engineering student who believes in “Student for Life” funda. “Master of none, Joker of all” not my motto for life but helps a lot when comes to be a multi-tasking. Loves coding, part-time gamer, Instagramer, learning about new android apps/updates. Always a yes to knowledge from any source/person. Always supportive and interested to help.

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