Best root apps for Android phones in 2020
As good as many Android apps are, the best root apps deliver even more capabilities to your smartphone. You can get otherwise unavailable apps, get rid of preinstalled crapware, boost battery life and increase your phone's processing power.
In short, while there many reasons not root your Android device, rooting enables you to use the superuser (or root) permissions of the operating system, giving you more control. And root apps can put that control to good use.
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Here's a closer look at some of the best root apps you can install on your Android device and what each one can do for you.
The best root apps for Android phones
Magisk Manager helps you do a “systemless root” of your phone, allowing you to access superuser permissions without changing your system partition like traditional rooting methods.
That approach has a bunch of benefits, including the ability to keep receiving OTA updates to your OS, as well as making it easy for you to selectively hide the rooted status of your device from apps that use Android's SafetyNet feature to detect a rooted device. (These include Netflix and many banking apps.) It's effectively the best of both worlds, though as usual, rooting does involve a certain amount of risk and voiding your device's warranty.
Quick Reboot is a handy utility for rooted Android devices, allowing you to initiate one-button reboots of your device. That includes special reboot modes such as ...
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