- June 8, 2015
- Posted by: Surender Kumar
- Category: Android
Android Rooting is the process of allowing a regular Android user and other applications to gain unrestricted, full control (known as “root access”).
As android uses the linux kernel, rooting an android device gives similar access to root permissions as on Linux system. Hardware manufacturers put some restrictions while preparing firmware for their devices so that the regular user could not accidentally delete any important system file and completely mess up the whole system. Hence, Rooting is not recommended for a regular user.
Disclaimer – I am not an Android developer by profession. I love playing with smartphones and computers. Rooting can void the warranty or brick your device. Try at your own Risk. If you know how to recover the (soft) bricked device back to life, you can go ahead and try the following guide.