Summer 2016 is just around the corner and there’s never been a better time to root your Android device.
Rooting has remained hugely popular for Android users throughout 2016, and summer always sees a spike in the number of roots performed.
Looking for an excuse to root your Android? Let’s take a look at some of the most popular reasons people are rooting their Androids for summer 2016.
Install Various Versions of Android
News about Android N is just coming out right now. But you probably won’t get Android N until late in 2016 or even early in 2017.
Why? Well, manufacturers and carriers need to perform their own modifications to these updates, and that takes way more time than it should.
Fortunately, an active Android modding community brings Android updates to your phone or tablet months before your manufacturer. In many cases, these updates are even available before the official release date.
You can install Android N today. You can also install any other Android version – or even your own custom ROM. After rooting, you’re free from your manufacturer-imposed operating systems.
If you’ve ever wanted to customize everything on your Android device, then custom ROMs are the way to go. Custom ROMs let you install different versions of Android – many of which are better than the Android defaults.
If you don’t like Samsung’s TouchWiz, for example, then you can install a popular ROM like CyanogenMod that’s specifically optimized for most Galaxy devices.
Whether your device is old or new, there’s a custom ROM for you.
Better App Functionality
Rooting your phone gives you access to a wide variety of root-only apps. These apps are classified as “root only” because their functions rely on root access. Without root access, you can’t use most functions of these apps.
Tasker is one popular app for rooted Android users. It lets you schedule all sorts of automation features on your Android. You can tell it to connect to your Bluetooth speaker when your phone enters your home (monitored using location data), for example.
All backup apps – including Titanium Backup – are also vastly more effective on rooted devices. Instead of just backing up some parts of your Android, you can back up everything. Which brings me to my next point…
Better Backup Options
Nobody thinks a catastrophic phone failure will happen to them until it’s too late. With that in mind, rooted Androids have vastly superior backup options compared to non-rooted devices.
Titanium Backup is the most popular option. However, there are plenty of other apps with similar functionality.
Whether you use Titanium Backup or another app, you get to back up everything on your device with a rooted Android.
Uninstall Unwanted Bloatware Permanently
Bloatware has been a plague to Android since the very beginning. Google wants you to use their native apps. Samsung wants you to use their native apps. When you combine Google’s OS with Samsung’s hardware, you get dozens of “bloatware” apps you’ll probably never use.
With that in mind, one of the biggest advantages of rooted Android is that you can permanently uninstall unwanted bloatware.
Because One Click Root Does it in Seconds
If you’ve ever avoided rooting because it’s “too complicated” then One Click Root may be the best option for you. In exchange for a small fee, you get a rooted Android. Rooting is performed remotely using either software or our certified technician. The process can be completed in 5 to 10 minutes entirely over online chat.
Want to get ready for summer 2016? Maybe start off by rooting your Android. The same rooting advantages we’ve been enjoying for years still apply today.