10 Reasons Why Android Phones Should Not Be Rooted


By "rooting" an Android phone, we can overrule software limitations and become the true administrator of device.

Reasons not to root

Warranty Nullified

Device manufacturers usually end the warranty  agreement once you root your Android device.

Boot loop

Boot loops (constantly rebooting) are often seen in rooted devices because of faulty custom ROMs, interrupted software installations.

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Restart and Freezing

It is often seen to abruptly restart and freeze the device while performing even the simplest tasks.

By rooting, device's battery management features will be lost, means apps will be able to use all of the device's resources, which will drain the battery very quickly for no reason.

Battery Problems

Battery Problems

By rooting, we won't receive any security patches updates, which makes device vulnerable to malware attacks and hacking.

No Software Updates

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In rooted, custom ROM is installed, due to that, often see issues in  IMEI information. 

IMEI Issues

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If device has IMEI issues, user will not be able to make phone calls or access the internet using mobile data.

IMEI Issues

Final Thoughts

Avoid rooting your device unless you are technically good enough to handle the problems mentioned