Google has learned over the year to stop being a bully; just because they came up with Android. It should not mean they dictate how we use it, and those who have been rooting their phone have over the years sent that message home to Mountain View, California.
Let us examine some of the things your Android phone can do right now that previously Google did not allow. Yes, your current Android phone (if it is of a recent version) has features that previously required one to root in order to use.
Disabling Preinstalled Applications
Your phone (most phones) comes with preinstalled applications. Some are from Google while others are from the OEMs. If you do not find a use for these preinstalled apps, you can simply disable them and even go ahead to replacing them with alternative third-party apps.
Previously, there was no way you could do that and had to get used to running apps (one that came with the phone and a third-party one) side-by-side. The only workaround that inconvenience was to root your phone.
However, there is still room for improvement in this sector. We want …read more