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1. Hidden Features and Install “Incompatible” Apps.
It appears to be an issue with Google’s Android operating system. To fix the “your device is not compatible with this version” error message, try clearing the Google Play Store cache, and then data. Next, restart the Google Play Store and try installing the app again. … From here navigate to Apps, or App Manager .
2. Automate everything
It appears to be an issue with Google’s Android operating system. That background Apps Are Working Automatically to Your Phone. But If You Have Rooted Your Phone Then Its Your dependency That You Want To Use Background Apps or Not.
3. Boost Your Phone’s Speed and Battery Life .
If you have rooted your phone, GREENIFY is the app you need to install next.
Its an awsum app. what it does it that it literally hibernates the apps from running in the background, But when you open the app it works,so it doesnt take much battery life.
If you want timely updates from whatsapp and such apps, remember not to select it in options.
4. Blocks ads in any pop.
1. Adblock Plus (ABP) This method uses ad-blockers (apps) to block all ads in your device, including the ads shown in various apps and games. There are many ad-blockers for Android, thanks to the ever-growing Android developers.
5. Back Up Your Phone for Seamless Transitions.
When you move to a new Android device—or restore your device to stock for any reason—you can make your life a lot easier by backing up your apps and settings first. That way, you can get your entire setup back in just a few taps. If you aren’t rooted, you can back up a few things like apps and data, but you won’t necessarily be able to backup system apps and their data, or automate the entire process as well as Titanium Backup can.
6. Remove Pre installed Crapware.
Titanium Backup is good for more than just backups, too. It can also uninstall that annoying, battery-draining, space-wasting crapware that comes preinstalled on so many phones these days—and, sadly, this feature is root-only. Freeze them first to make sure your phone operates normally without them, then delete them completely to free up that space. You’ll be glad you did.
7. Tweak the Dark Corners of Android
If you’re the kind of person that likes to fiddle with every little feature—both on the surface and under the hood—rooting is for you. Whether you want to customize your keyboard layout with something like Keyboard Manager or give yourself faster scrolling, improved multitasking, and extra themes with Pimp My ROM, rooting gives you the power to tweak just about any corner you can think of. If you want to do it, chances are someone over on a forum like XDA has created a mini-app or tweak that will help.
8. Flash a Custom Kernel
Some of Android’s most under-the-hood tweaks require a custom kernel, which you can only flash with a rooted device. The kernel is responsible for helping your apps communicate with the hardware of your phone, which means a custom kernel can give you better performance, battery life, and even extra features like Wi-Fi tethering (on unsupported phones), faster battery charging, and lots more. You can flash kernels manually or simplify the process with
9. Flash a Custom ROM
Okay, so you probably already know about this one—but it’s one of the best benefits of rooting. A custom ROM is basically a custom version of Android, and it truly changes how you use your phone. Some merely bring a stock version of Android to non-stock phones, or later versions of Android to phones that don’t have it yet. Some add a few handy features, some add lots of really unique features, and some change your operating system from head to toe. No matter what phone you have—even if it’s a Nexus—we highly recommend checking out the custom ROMs out there. You won’t be disappointed. Note: As some of you have noted, you don’t actually need root access to flash a custom ROM—though you will need to unlock your bootloader (a process that sometimes comes bundled with root access). Still, it requires freeing your device from manufacturer lockdowns, so we’ve kept it in the list despite this technicality!
10. Truly Own Your Device
In the end, all of this boils down to one thing: you own your device, and you should be able to do with it as you please. Certain manufacturers and carriers try to keep that from happening, but with root access, you truly own your device and open yourself up to all the possibilities other parties try to block. Sure, there’s some risk involved, and we don’t usually recommend rooting other people’s phones, but in the end, you can’t put a price on true openness and control.