Why to Root Samsung Galaxy S2 ?
First of all, have you ever heard of the word ‘Rooting’ ? Secondly, Is your Samsung Galaxy S2 slowing down? Have you overloaded it with too many apps performing too many processes. If so, I would encourage you to consider ways in which to clean up and ultimately speed up your device. Due to excessive load of Apps and Games, your phone ultimately gets handicapped and starts performing poor.
Rooting is a process allowing users of Mobiles, Tablet PCs, and other devices running the Android operating system to attain privileged control (known as “root access”) within Android’s subsystem. I noticed a fairly lengthy lag one day which eventually led to all out freezing. This was pretty annoying considering my phone – at this point – was only six months old I think. I thought to myself how can I remedy this issue? My immediate response was the phone a friend option.
My Pal John is a Tech Whiz and upon explaining in some detail what was wrong he stopped – noticing my glazed eyes I suspect – and said, in layman’s terms “Maybe it would be an idea to Root your Phone”. Now, I’m no Tech Novice but I am no expert either. I discovered after a lengthy amount of research that this task was no easy one.
John told me that rooting my device would increase the speed by over clocking the processors. At this I felt at little lost so wondered how far I would actually get in carrying out the mod. I undertook some fairly serious research as I was told not to undertake rooting my phone lightly, running the risk of completely breaking it.
To begin with I was apprehensive as I learned had to perform the Samsung Galaxy S2 Unlock. After giving myself a minute I was able to follow through and perform the unlock. This was step one, and something I had to do prior to performing the hard reset before the root. Performing the Samsung Galaxy S2 hard reset was, as before, easier than anticipated.
Once I perform both these tasks I began to follow the instructions on rooting my device however, after replaying the warnings from friends in my head I decided to hold off until John came back. I was able to perform two of the steps which is something at least. Anyway John retuned, calling me a chicken of course and proceeded to root my device.
This honestly made a huge difference to the speed of my S2. I would absolutely recommend it if you know what you are doing. If not, find yourself a John and ask for some help. This kind of thing is not worth sacrificing your new phone over. Good luck rooting and let us know how you got on in the comments below.
For more reference, you can view the Rooting Video by zedomax!