Is Rooted Android Device Secure?

Android Rooting – What is It About?

Android is an OS from Google Corporation for tablets and Smartphones. The Android holds numerous amazing features which certainly are useful in making it an extraordinary operating system when compared to others.

To enjoy all the features of your Android based Smartphone, you are required to root your device. Once you have rooted it, the hardware of your device is going to work at its best and will provide you with a lot superior user experience than you have experienced ever before.

On the other hand, if a device has not been rooted, the operating system will limit the hardware to perform at its best, therefore bringing down the performance of the Android device features.

One of the primary features related to a rooted gadget is that it can even delete the system files from the widget.


How to Root Your Device

The entire rooting procedure of an Android device has been very effective yet simple to follow. While you are considering rooting your Android gadget, you will only require a USB, which will enable you to connect your device to your PC and an application called as SuperOneClick which will help you through the rooting process.


Rooting Androif Device – Vital Steps To Follow

Following are the simple and easy steps to consider when you are to root your Android Smartphone.

  1. First and foremost, you need to connect your Android gadget with the computer via the USB cable.
  2. As you downloaded an app called as SuperOneClick, now you need to open the .exe file of the app.
  3. Once the application is launched, you will see a ‘Root’ tab. To initiate the rooting process, you need to click on the ‘Root’ tab. In case it probes for an app called BusyBox to be installed, then do enable it.
  4. Now, you will be able to see a message that the root files have been installed. You can even check the rooting by simply click on the ‘Yes’ button. This is going to issue a SU command to your device.
  5. If this all is successful, you will be prompted with a success notice.

With this message, you have been able to complete the entire rooting procedure.

Now, you can install all kinds of application that ask for Super user permission to access certain system files.


Security and Performance

When it comes to the operating system level, Android happens to be exceedingly robust and comparatively secure. However the application distribution model as well as the number of roots does exploit that leads to a conclusion that nothing is much guaranteed.

On the other hand, with common sense, you can make yourself stay safe!


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  1. anshul says:

    Hi Susan!
    informative a days smartphone user are increasing so security is very essential.and your information about rooted your android apps is excellent and defined well.i like it.
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  2. Aditya says:

    I guess this device can prove harmful as the system files can also be deleted.Just because of this feature it has left a negative impact on me.
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  3. Thanks so much Susan, here is my own simple opinion about your question above if whether rooted android device is secure!

    In quote “yes rooted android device is secure”
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