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How To Root Android - What Happen When You Root Your Android   

Stephanie Talley keen on Technology
@Stephanie | Updated 16 Aug. 2019

All the Android root lovers are aware of Android rooting methods and benefits of Android rooting by now. But have you ever thought what is happening inside of your Android when you root your Android device? Here, I am going to give you a simple explanation regarding the technical effect of Android rooting. Actually, you do not need to understand the core of the process to root your Android device as it belongs to your device and rooting tool. But it's better to have a rough idea about the technical influence which rooting makes on your Android device before rooting your device

Android Rooting

The Android rooting is the process which is implemented by Android users to get permission to access the system files of Android devices. Android is based on Linux file structure and all the files and commands are organized under one directory and it is called a root directory. The person who can access the root directory can change any file under the root directory. Officially, the root user of your Android smartphone is the device manufacturer. It means you can only do what your device manufacture allows you to do. The process, Android rooting helps you to get permission to access the system files and change all system files and commands when needed

What Happen When Rooting

There two methods to root your Android device. Although the methods vary, the same mechanism is implemented by both methods. The key purpose of rooting is installing the Su binary file into the system partition. Su binary is the Linux command to change the root users of a Linux based system. After installing the Su binary file, you become the root user of your device and you can change the appearance and the performance of the device making necessary changes on your system files using PC commands and root apps

How To Root Android

It depends on the Android version and the device model you are using. but, whatever the device and Android version you are using, you have to use either one-click or flashing root binary method to root your device. Generally, you have to install the TWRP recovery image on your device before flashing root binary as your stock recovery doe, not support. But Samsung Galaxy devices users can use Odin to root their devices without installing the TWRP recovery image. Click here for the complete guide