If you have rooted your android device and wondering what apps you should have, you have landed the right place. Here we have hand-picked top 5 apps for rooted devices to make your search easier.
Rooting is a process to gain control over system files of your android operating system. By rooting you can set permissions, delete system apps, upgrade or downgrade android OS and many more. With great authority comes great responsibility, if you mess with apps or files without proper knowledge of it, you might end up bricking your phone.Below are the Top 5 Apps for Rooted Devices you must have.
As the name itself suggests, System app remover let’s you uninstall system apps. This app is smart enough to warn you in case you are removing a required system app. Apart from uninstalling, this one also let’s you move your apps from phone storage to SD card. So now, you can even move WhatsApp or Facebook to SD card in order to free up your phone storage. It’s light weight and does not consume much resources as well. It definitely a must have app for Root users.
Clean Master is an all in one must have app for both, rooted and non-rooted devices. Though you can get more out of it if you have rooted your cell. Clean Master is packed with features like App Lock, Duplicate photo remover, junk file cleaning, memory boost, cpu cooler, anti-virus, game booster, auto-start manager and app manager. You might be wondering, how much does it cost for all these features? Its Free! Free! Free! Go grab it now.
#3. ROM Manager
With over 10 million downloads, Rom manager is the one you should not miss. ROM, in layman’s language is the Android Operating system. You can backup your current ROM, or restore from earlier backup as well. Flash your custom recovery (needs to be compatible with your device) or Flash Custom ROM from SD card (need to download separately). There’s a list of ROM available for free in-built, you just need to check compatibility with your device. This is one of the top 5 apps for rooted devices.
SuperSu is a primary app, that asks for permission of other apps requesting root access. It is mostly installed by the root process itself. But you will need to update it manually from play store periodically. You can also disable any app from having root access in case you have granted permission accidentally. Keep updating SuperSu binary for smooth functioning.
#5. Root Browser
Unlike other file managers that let’s you view limited storage, Root Browser provides access to each and every single file on your device. Besides that, you can edit, copy, move any file extension without any hassle. Extract any files like you do on a PC. Just a word of caution: DO NOT MESS WITH SYSTEM FILES OF WHICH YOU HAVE NO IDEA, ELSE YOUR ANDROID MAY COLLAPSE.
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