Many often we want to do something new with your smartphones, right? Then we think how to do that? Well, You can do all those things that you want to do with your smartphone by “Rooting” it. If you don’t know how to root your android devices, then there are many tutorials available on Google. You just need to search “How to root XYZ “. Here XYZ stands for your smartphone name. After rooting your Android device, you can try out these 10 top best root apps.
- 1 Top 10 Best Root Apps for Rooted Devices
- 1.1 1. SuperSu
- 1.2 2. Greenify
- 1.3 3. Lucky Patcher
- 1.4 4. Xposed Framework
- 1.5 5. Titanium Backup
- 1.6 6. DiskDigger
- 1.7 7. Flashify
- 1.8 8. Link2Sd
- 1.9 9. Magisk
- 1.10 10. Quick Reboot
- 1.11 Conclusion :
What is Rooting?
Rooting is a process that allows you to attain root access to the Android operating system code (the equivalent term for Apple devices id jailbreaking). It gives you privileges to modify the software code on the device or install other software that the manufacturer wouldn’t normally allow you to.
After rooting your Android device, you can tweak your device to the whole new level with the apps that run only on rooted Android devices. You can also install Custom Roms and change the whole look and design of your Android device.
For example, say your device is currently on Android Marshmallow and you want to update it to Android Lollipop, but Lollipop is not available for your device. Then you can flash a Lollipop Custom ROM from Xda developers site if it is available.
Top 10 Best Root Apps for Rooted Devices
In this post, I will tell you about 10 best root apps that you should try if you have a rooted Android device. I personally tested many of the rooted apps and found these 10 apps as useful.
SuperSu is the most popular rooted app and one of the best root apps. In most of the Android devices, it gets automatically installed after rooting the device. SuperSu allows root permission that apps require running any rooted apps on your rooted device.
SuperSU allows for advanced management of Superuser access rights for all the apps on your device that need root. SuperSU has been built from the ground up to counter a number of problems with other Superuser access management tools.
Tired of the low battery? Is the battery draining fast? If yes, then this is the best app you should have on your Android device. This app is also available for non-rooted devices but I will prefer rooted one as it will do the better job.
Greenify is an app that is mainly used for increasing battery life. Greenify control other Android apps and settings to optimize background processing and memory use, the effects of which can lead to longer battery life.
Greenify shows you the apps that are running in the background on your device and how many times it wakes up your device. It also has an option to hibernate the running apps which results in longer battery life. You can also save RAM using this app which will give your device a better user experience.
3. Lucky Patcher
Lucky Patcher is one the popular app and widely used by people nowadays. This app is one of my favorite and I am been using since I’ve first rooted my device and is been considered as best root apps.
Using Lucky Patcher, you can Remove License Verification of any app, Remove ads from the app. Create modified custom apk from app & many more.
4. Xposed Framework
Not everyone wants to install Custom ROM’s on their smartphone as it requires well known about hard brick, boot loop, etc. Well if you are one of those then this is the best-rooted app for you.
Xposed Framework is one the best root apps to customize your phone without installing any custom ROM. There are several modules that customize your phone, you just need to find which one you need.
The app is developed by XDA developers and it is available at the XDA forums only.
5. Titanium Backup
Hearing the name of the app you might think that this app just only backup your data, right? No, this app not only backup your data but also backups your apps data. If you want to factory reset your device and want your apps data to be backed up, then this app is the best root apps for you. You can backup your apps data and restore it whenever you want.
Titanium backup also helps to remove unwanted system apps, bloatware etc. This app is the best those who try different custom ROMs.
Did you ever deleted photos knowingly or unknowingly and later realized that it was important to you? Yes? Then this app is for you.
DiskDigger is an app that restores all the photos that have been deleted from your rooted android device. It will restore all the images that have been deleted from your Android device.
Tired of flashing Custom ROM’s from going into recovery every time? Well, I personally get irritated every time booting into recovery and then flashing any ROM or any zip files. Later, I came to know about Flashify app.
Flashify app lets you flash boot and recovery files directly from the app itself. You can also flash Custom ROM’s from this app. Flash zip files, Option to wipe cache, dalvik cache data when using TWRP or Philz recovery are some of the other features of Flashify app. In short, you can do everything from this app that you do from Custom recovery.
The most annoying thing in any smartphone is that we cannot move some apps to Sd card. Well, this app does the same for rooted Android users.
Link2Sd is an app that lets you move the App to SD card. It creates links to make your device believe it’s actually on your device so it works for apps that conventional Apps2SD apps don’t work on. This is a great way to take advantage of your external SD card space.
After rooting your device, some of the apps don’t let you register or some apps don’t work as they detect your rooted android device. Well in that what you’ll do? Un-root your device? If you want to run that app without unrooting your device then this app is the best app available.
Magisk lets you Hide root and you can run all the apps without any issue, It also has other modules that you can give it a try. You have to get Magisk from XDA forums as it is not available in play store.
10. Quick Reboot
Are you someone who often flash Custom ROMs, kernels and tweaks? I know it is very irritating every time to boot into recovery by pressing keys. As you all know Power menu doesn’t include Reboot to recovery and reboot to bootloader.
Quick Boot apps add Reboot to Recovery and Reboot to Bootloader in your power menu. So, from this app, you no longer need to press those key combinations.
So, these were the 10 best root apps that you can try to tweak your Android device. All the 10 apps are different from one another so you can try out all these apps and get the best out of your Android device.
I hope you guys liked this post. If you have any query, feel free to ask them in the comment box below and I will try to answer them.