Dangers and Consequences

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Dangers and Consequences

In the firsts days of Android, rooting your phone was a tedious and dangerous process. Nowadays, rooting your phone is as simple as just needing one click in most of the cases. That is all. One simple click. Also, all the rooting process is harmless in most of the cases. If you follow carefully all the instructions, you will not have any problem. And if something goes wrong, your phone is not compatible or anything similar, simply the "root process" will end and a message like "The phone could not be rooted". Your phone will not be bricked in any way, neither will be destroyed.


The main consequence of rooting your phone is that generally you lose your warranty as the phone is considered "modified" by the companies. In the other hand, once rooted you will be able to delete pre-installed apps, take screenshots, do full-backups and install ROMs. We recommend you to check CyanogenMod, one of the most famous ROMs for Android.