- Risks Of Rooting (Root) Android
- Device Warranty Will Be Missing
Not All Features Can Work Optimal
Of the many Custom ROMs that exist, not all made appropriate for your android device, because the maker does not necessarily know clearly about the Android device you use. Some users are willing to sacrifice some features, such as a camera that is not runninBluetooth not working, or wi-fi that can not connect just to get the latest custom ROM with an interesting appearance. But if you are also willing to have a smartphone with a broken camera, but if you use your camera's built-in stock ROM can work?
Can not Get Official Update
I think this is the biggest risk in the android shooting, especially for those of you who use Android blend directly from Google. Depending on your gadget manufacturer, some major Android smartphone manufacturers like Samsung, Motorola, Sony etc. will release their official Android OS update periodically. And if your device has been diroot, then you will miss the opportunity to the get this OS update. You should rely entirely on your custom ROM maker, about when to release a new ROM (if any).
First, we must first download some files. This file is important and used for the root process, including:
Well, then there are some things done, including:
Install SuperSU on Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime SM-G532G Marshmallow
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