Rooting allows you to dig deeper into your phone’s system and customize almost everything on your Android device. With root access, you can overcome any restrictions that your manufacturer or carrier may have applied.
With rooting, you can fully leverage Webkey’s capabilities and remotely control your devices by using all touch and key events through a web browser.
However, rooting is best undertaken with caution. Make sure you back up your phone’s software before you install a new Android version. Please beware that this action changes everything about the security of your device. Once rooting is done, you are responsible for the security and integrity of the operating system and every application on it.
If you are confident that you want to root your device, one of the easiest ways to do so is by using an app. They can the job in a couple of minutes. If your phone isn’t compatible with a one-click rooting app, you have to spend some time on Android forums to search for alternative methods. The best place to start is XDA DevelopersForum. Look for a thread about your phone or tablet and you’re likely to find a solution.
You can find detailed step-by-step guides to rooting and a list of the most popular rooting apps below: