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What is Rooting and How to unlock Bootloader of device.

If you want unlimited control of your Android phone then, rooting opens up a world of possibility. Manufacturers and carriers dissuade you from rooting thus if you root your device then your warrant will be void. Also rooting if done incorrectly, can cause irreparable damage to your phone. With rooting you can speed up your processor, remove bloatware, and customize every element of your phone software’s appearance. Thus Rooting your phone is one of the best ways to tap into your Android device’s true potential.

What is Rooting?

Rooting an Android phone is similar to jailbreaking an iPhone as it allows you to dive deeper into a phone’s sub-system. It will allow you to access the operating system from deep interior to customize just about anything on your Android device. Also you can disable the restrictions that your manufacturer or carrier may have applied.

NOTE: Backup your phone’s software before you install.

Why would you Root?

One of the biggest benefit of rooting is to get rid of bloatware that’s impossible to uninstall otherwise and may be slowing your device. Also it help to enable the disabled setting or you can install specialized tools and flash custom ROMs, each of which can add extra features and improve your phone or tablet’s performance.

Why wouldn't you Root?

Rooting brings lot of benefits but there are some cons to rooting your device.

Voiding your warranty: Rooting your device will void your warranty. Good news is that you can unroot your device anytime and also flash the software backup you made.

Bricking your phone: If something goes wrong during the rooting process, your device can get bricked but if you follow instructions carefully then this can be prevented. Therefore the guide you are following is up to date and that the custom ROM you flash is specifically for it. If you do your research, you won’t have to worry about bricking your smartphone.

Security risks:  Rooting increases the chances of security risks because there ares certain malware's that take advantage of rooted devices. These malware can steal your persona data, install additional malware.

Disabled apps: Due to security concerns apps with financial platforms like Google’s Android Pay and Barclays Mobile Banking do not support them.

How to prepare your Android device for rooting:
First of all you need to prepare your device for rooting, You will need to Enable Developer options, USB Debugging. Also Android SDK and device specific drivers. All these are available in this link.

How to Unlock your bootloader:

First of all you will need to unlock your device’s bootloader. Bootloader loads the device’s operating system and determines which applications run during your phone or tablet’s startup process.

For some manufacturers require you to obtain a key in order to unlock the bootloader but first you will need to register for a developer account.

After following abpve steps you will need to put your device in fastboot mode. This step is different for devices from different manufacturer's. But most common is holding down the Power and Volume Down buttons for ten seconds does the trick.

To unlock your device’s bootloader, connect it to your computer and place it in fastboot mode and open command prompt, here you willneeda command that you will get from your OEM,s website. Some manufacturers and carriers don’t sanction bootloader unlocking, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. Try searching the the XDA Developers forum for workarounds and unofficial solutions.


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