What is Root and How to Root Android Devices?
The process to get administrative user privileges on a android phone or tablet device is called root Android. Android phones and tablets generally comes locked with only standard user access. In this tutorial, we are going to cover how to root android mobile or tablet device.
What is Super User or SU?
Super User is a user in a operating system with administrative privileges. A super user is also known as Power User or Administrator. Android is a Linux based operating system. Super user means the same here. A super user can read, write or delete system files, has low level access to hardwares.
What is Android Rooting?
Rooting enables all the user-installed applications to run administrative privileged commands that are typically unavailable to the devices in their stock configuration. Rooting is required for more advanced and potentially dangerous operations including modifying or deleting system files, removing carrier- or manufacturer-installed applications, and low-level access to the hardware itself. A typical rooting installation also installs the Superuser application, which supervises applications that are granted root or superuser rights.
What is Unroot?
Unrooting an Android device is totally opposite and reverse process of rooting. If have rooted your Android device, have some problem with it and need to visit manufacturer service center, then should unroot your device first. It keeps the warranty. Unrooting option should be available on the application where you rooted it first. So, you can always unroot your device when needed.