Here is our suggestion of the “Essential apps for rooted android devices” that should considered , install these application after rooting android smartphone or any android device
Most android users may have done this “rooting process”. In simple terms this process allows users to gain privilege control of the Android sub-system. Rooting a device is not that difficult. There are a number of sources on the web that will help you out. However, rooting a device would mean negating the warranty. Utmost care is required. After rooting, you should definitely try these apps.
As name suggests the apps confirm device was rooted or not properly. It checks for admin access. In case you do not have root access you have to go through rooting process again 🙁
Download: Root Checker
Clockwork recovery is very essential tool for all rooted devices. This apps enable you to access your device’s recovery mode. In recovery mode you can install customized ROM and take backup as single image, install apps directly into system, If you are rooting for first time then go through the instructions and tips using CWM. It isn’t easy to use. You need to download ROM Manager to install CWM.
Download: Rom Manager
- Titanium Backup Pro
One of the best backup tool present for android. This apps require root access for installing. It lets you backup all of yours apps along with data cool isn’t it. It even lets you backup of system apps. One of dazzling feature of Titanium Backup Pro is that you can uninstall any app from your system. So all unnecessary apps you can remove from your system. Titanium Backup Pro available at Google Play Store for at ₹ 329. Free version is also available at play store.
Download: Titanium Backup Pro
Titanium Backup * root free version
If you want to personalize your system then sTweak is the solution. The app is powerful tool allows you to reconfigure your Android kernel, so use this app with extreme caution. You can perform various tweaks like changing clock speed of your processor, enhance your audio output, enable dual booting and so on.
STweaks have one drawback. It is supported by limited kernels so one should go through list of supported kernels.