How To Root Android And Enhance Performance Of Your Android

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Are you completely satisfied with your Android smartphone or do you want to get more from your device? Actually, most of Android smartphone users are dissatisfied with their devices due to various reasons. Some of the users are complaining about bloatware and other users complain about poor customizing ability due to software restictions.In order to have more from your Android device, the rooting process is the most suitable option although it's not offically recommended. Let's get to know how you can change the performance of your Android smartphone after rooting.


How To Root Android


Universally, there are two technical methods to root your Android device. Among them, the one-click rooting method has higher demand previously due to simplicity. But, currently, the usage of the one-click rooting method gradually decreases due to some technical issues. As of now, the custom recovery method is used frequently to root Android smartphones from lower Andriod versions to higher Android versions as it is technically successful.


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How To Enhance Performance After Rooting


Simply, Android rooting allows you to avoid all the software barriers on your Android device and access all software configurations of the system. Technically, your device manufacturer has configured your operating system to the safest level and these configurations fit best to the hardware parts of your device at all the time despite the current functionality of the device. After rooting, you can change the software configurations to fits the current functionality of the device and make it faster in performance. Especially, rooting allows you to tweak the kernel of your devic which works as the key component of the whole Android functionality. Kernel tweaks allows you to customize the stock kernel of your device or install customized kernel on your device. Besides the kernel you can use apps such as Greenify on our device to prevent background apps which eat more battery power and data. However, the latest devices come with sleeping apps and data saver features to avoid such misbehaviours. Even after implementing all the possible tactics, perhaps you may not still be satisfied with your device. If so, you can install a compatible customized ROM on your device to have even better performance.


Final Verdict


Changing the stock kernel software configurations directly affects the relevant hardware part of your device. Therefore, make sure to check the safest level which your hardware can tolerate before changing the kernel settings using kernel manager apps.

How To Root Android With Magisk -Boot Image Patching Method




Currently, Magisk root is considered as one and only genuine rooting method and It is rather popular for its ability to bypass the Google security checks. Generally, Magisk developers advise its users to flash the Magisk Zip file in TWRP recovery to obtain root access. But, if your device does not support custom recovery or you do not want to interrupt the OTA updates flashing a custom recovery, you can use Magisk Boot Image Patching Method and get root access along with other Magisk features. Let's get to know how to root Android using Magisk boot image patching method.

What You Need

In simple, here we are going to apply the Magisk framework on a  copy of the stock boot/recovery image and flash it on the device to gain root access. So, you need to download the stock boot/recovery image that compatible with the device model. You can get the stock boot/recovery image by extracting the OEM factory image or OTA update zips. In case, extracting is not available, download the relevant images from a reliable source. In addition to software requirements, you need to get workable PC and a compatible USB cable for flashing purposes

How To Root Android

  • First, copy the  boot/recovery image to your Android smartphone
  • Install the latest version of Magisk Manager
  • Launch Magisk Manager 
  • Press Install > Install > Select and Patch a File > Select your stock boot/recovery image file 
  • Go to  Advanced Sttings > Check “Recovery Mode” if you are going to patch recovery image
  • Then, the Magisk Manager will patch th image applying Magisk and you can find it in [Internal Storage]/Download/magisk_patched.img
  • Simply, copy the patched image to your PC (Use adb pull /sdcard/Download/magisk_patched.img for ADB)
  • Now, flash the image using fastboot flash boot /path/to/magisk_patched.img command if you patched the boot image

Note: Use fastboot flash recovery /path/to/magisk_patched.img if you pathced the recovery image.

Final Word

Technically, the recovery method is the most simple and recommended method to install Magisk. Boot image patching method is a bit complicated when compared to the recovery method, especially for a newbie. So, read more and learn more before stepping on.