Why people root their Android devices?
There are several different reasons which tempt Android device users to try to root their devices.
* To install the incompatible Software
Several applications are incompatible with the OS version or are blocked by the carrier. Rooting and changing their code will help them make their devices compatible with the Software they need to install.
* To give a boost to the speed and battery life of a device
Sometimes, even after owning a quad-core processor device isn’t fast enough for us, the frequent drainage of battery life keeps our device constantly on charge. Rooting device helps them get out of the unwanted application, and hence it increases the device’s efficiency.
* To block the unwanted ads
No one wants to see the unwanted ads that keep occurring while we use some program. Changing the software code will help to get out off or to block them.
* To get rid of preinstalled crapware
Yes, we all hate those preinstalled applications that come with our carrier, which we don’t even use very often. It not only occupies the memory of the device but also keeps draining the battery life. And what’s worse part is that we can’t even uninstall those applications. Rooting helps in enabling to swipe off those unwanted applications from the device.
* To own the device in a true manner
Some of the over-excited owners want their android devices to be the method they want to be with only those Software they want and remove others.
What is VRoot?
vRoot is a professional Android rooting application that is compatible with the Windows OS. It can help you to root almost all Android devices in just a single click. As being tested, the super-effective application works on more than 8500 Android devices, which also includes Samsung Galaxy Note and Huawei U8180. vRoot is so easy-to-use that even a computer novice can handle it without any issue. The Software is lightweight and astonishingly super-fast.
Steps to Root Android devices with VRoot App
Step 1: Download the drivers for your Android devices and then install any other relevant ADB drivers to your Windows computer. After this downloading process, locate and double-click to follow the on-screen instructions given below to install.
Step 2: Download and install vRoot App on the Windows PC, launch it. Then enable USB debugging on the Android device to let the application detect your Android device. If you don’t know how to do that, you can refer to the article on enabling USB debugging on Android.
Step 3. Connect your Android phones to your Personal Computer and then wait for the vRoot application to detect it automatically. The application will then ask you whether your gadget can be rooted or not.
Step 4. Tap the “Root” option, and then the rooting process will be started. Just wait for Voot App to complete the rooting process, and then you can restart your Android device.