Rooting of a Android smartphone is indeed a way to get a whole lot of new mobile experience from your device, but however rooting your device on the other hand exposes your device to greater danger and I don’t really advice smartphone users to do this except they know and understand what it means to have their device rooted.
Reasons Why You Should Not Root Android Device
》 Instability Of Apps
You might think for a second that rooting your device is actually the best thing to do but it also has
》 Sim Card Detection Problem
Rooting your device can also counter your device able to detect sim cards since is vulnerable and without the ability of your device to recognize and load network
》 Longer Boot-time Process
Your device in this state tends to run slowly and take a longer time to boot and this part really can be really frustrating. In time your devices would begin to create some unnecessary files file and folders which may be impossible to delete and by that eats up your entire storage capacity.
The first time I had to mess with my device and it ended in a boot loop (soft brick), at first I didn’t understand what it meant. I tried switching on my device and it continued to display the boot animation over and over until I got it fixed by an engineer but that really is not a worst case scenario. You don’t want to bump into a hard brick.
》Prone To Attack
Hackers can easily manipulate their way
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All these and more can damage your phone. This issues