Tuesday, 11 February 2014

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Best Apps For Rooted Android Devices (Android Phones & Tablets)

In my last article, I discussed about benefits that you enjoy after rooting your Android phone, tablet, camera or any other Android powered devices. One of the core reason behind rooting Android phone is the ability to install apps that ask root permission. That's why, in this article I will try to list out few best root apps that you can try in a rooted Android device to enjoy additional benefits over non-rooted devices. I will add more apps to the list once I come across any good one.

1. Titanium Backup

Known as a must have Android app on rooted Android devices. Though the name suggest its a backup app but it actually do more than just backup.You can freeze apps and prevent them from running which is particularly good for dealing with system apps that you don’t want to run but still must have in your device to keep warranty. You can also use it to sync your backup over cloud, uninstalling system apps and many more. Play Store Link


2. Link2SD

A very useful apps for those who have limited inbuilt storage in their Android device or who want to install too many big games. This app let you move your installed app to the SD card on your device so you can free up more space in your phone memory. Play Store Link

3. DiskDigger

The app is very good to recover your deleted photos. You can undelete and recover lost photos or images from your memory card or internal memory with the help of this little apps. This free app also comes with an experimental feature where you can retrieve even your deleted videos. Play Store Link

4. LBE Privacy Guard

As the name says it help you to guard your privacy from apps. Every apps that you install in your Android device do comes with certain permission settings and with the help of LBE Privacy Guard you can customize default permission. This app also work like a mini firewall as it can block malicious operation from Malwares and Trojans. Also useful to block unwanted network traffic if you don’t have a unlimited data plan. Play Store Link

5. OTA RootKeeper

Another must have for many root users. As we already know, installing official firmware restore root and as a result you lose your root access and have to root it again. Most of the time, manufacturer fixed existing exploit with new firmware and hence you have to wait days or month to get a new root method. With OTA RootKeeper this task become little easy.  It backup your Root access. Once you have the backup, flash over your Android device OTA updates and restore your root permission through this app. Play Store Link

I will try to update this page with more apps in future. So, bookmark this page and come back often to check what’s new.


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