Must have Best Root Apps for Rooted phone users:
Android rooting is the best way to customize an Android phone. But without using apps that specifically support rooted phone, rooting an Android phone is useless. You cannot use a rooted phone to its full potential without using these apps. The best root apps for Android can make a difference in your smartphone after installing them. From customizing the user interface of Android OS to changing boot animations, these apps can do a lot more than that. Now without wasting any precious moment, let’s take a look at top 10 best root apps for rooted android phones:
1- Xposed Framework:
Xposed Framework is the most popular app for rooted Android phones. As you can imagine from its name “Xposed Framework” it is the main app to run most of the useful rooted Android apps. It enables many Android apps to run on rooted phones. The app is a project of XDA developer (@Rovo89).
The primary purpose of rooting an Android phone is lowering the usage of RAM and limiting background app processes. Greenify is known as the best root app for this purpose. It will let you hibernate apps so that they cannot use your RAM and battery in the background. The premium version of Greenify has more features than the regular version. Greenify also optimizes apps in the background.
3- Titanium Backup:
When it comes to backing up an Android phone, Titanium Backup is the leading app for this purpose. With the help of this app, you can backup app data, apk files, system apps, and data and much more. It is a must have app if you want to save your useful data in a comprehensive way.
Imagine having little storage on your Android smartphone. (“. .)
I have gone through this issue, and Link2SD helped me in resolving this problem. The primary purpose of Link2SD is to manage apps. If your phone is rooted, then you can force Android Apps to the sd card storage using Link2SD. Otherwise, you can increase the internal storage of your Android phone using Link2SD. You can also Uninstall system apps and make them user apps.
Similar app: System App Remover can also remove system apps from your rooted phone.
This app is known as one of the best apps for rooted phones. It allows you to queue different files for flashing in recovery. If you are tired of rebooting for flashing zips and other files, then flashify is the modern solution for this problem. Must install this app if you flash ROMs and other zip files too often.
6- AdBlock Plus:
Advertisements are very awkward, and everyone dislikes adverts in apps or on websites. No app can remove Ads within apps unless you root your Android phone. AdBlock Plus can remove Ads from apps if your phone is rooted. So, if you hate advertisements and don’t want them in your apps, use AdBlock Plus after rooting an Android phone.
7- Boot Animations:
If you are tired of seeing same boot animation on your Android phone, then Boot Animations app is your new companion. Rooted phone users can use this app to change boot animation of the phone. You can either use HTC’s boot animation on Samsung phone or Google Nexus boot animation on a Huawei phone. It all depends on your choice after installing this app.
8- Quick Boot:
As a root user, you must be aware of several key combos to get into recovery for flashing ROMs and other tweaks. But using keys every time for booting is not a great thing to do. With Quick Boot, you can reboot, or boot your phone into recovery quickly. So, if you flash a lot of stuff, then this app is your companion.
Sometimes users can delete files accidently. But we don’t have a recycle bin for Android. Dumpster app is a solution for this problem. It can recover almost all types of files on an Android phone. By allowing root access, this app can work more efficiently. Use this app if you delete your files accidently too often.
“SuperSU is the heart of rooted phones.” This quote defines the necessity of SuperSU app for a rooted phone. SuperSU by chainfire is the best app to manage root access on an Android smartphone. It grants root access to the root apps on your action. Without this app, you cannot use your favorite root apps because there is no app installed to grant root permissions to these apps.
These were the best root apps for Android in 2017. If you know any other app that you think is best, then feel free to comment below.
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