Many Android users have heard the word “rooting” and wondered why they should bother to root their new device such as the Galaxy S4 – it puts the device at risk. And yet it is one of the best parts of the Android experience! Here are some reasons to root your new Samsung Galaxy S4.
- Custom themes. Pretty much the most important reason. Rooting opens the Galaxy S4 to accepting many more themes and a user can actually get rid of the Samsung version of Android for something more in tune with their personality.
- Options. Rooting will open a whole slew of new options to customise the Galaxy S4. From maintenance to app control.
- Applications. This is also a biggie. Many apps available on Google Play are only for rooted devices. And even those that work on an un-rooted Galaxy S4 will have much more capability once the Galaxy S4 has been rooted.
While it is a great way to get more out of the Galaxy S4, rooting is risky. Make sure to back up all data before attempting a root. And remember, rooting is the best way to make your phone faster since you can get rid of all the unnecessary bloat ware that Samsung fills the phone with.