When you got a smartphone, it new, shiny and neat. You can go online and download whatever app you want. But, what happens when your phone starts to slow down and no longer you can download the apps and themes you wanted. In this case, many people turn to rooting. Even though this is a highly popular process, some users are still skeptical because many things can go wrong. So, if you ever decide to root your phone, here are the things you need to pay attention to, to avoid further problems.

Your phone can become useless

If you aren’t skilled enough, then don’t attempt to root your phone. Otherwise, you can turn it into a brick. With the usage of different codes, your phone software can get very damaged, that you can only throw it away. So, are you ready to take this risk?

You can lose your warranty

Rooting your phone is a legal action, but, if you do it yourself, it can cost you your warranty. For example, you root the phone, and after some time you experience some malfunction in hardware and software. In this case, your warranty won’t be valid, and you won’t be able to cover your costs, nor the damage you have caused. So, when rooting, think about the condition of your phone, for more expensive models, we don’t recommend such action.

Malware can breach the mobile security

PhoneWhen you root the phone, you are changing the entire operating system, but also its security restrictions. In this case, worms, viruses, spyware, and Trojans can infect the rooted Android device, if it’s not protected with the proper antivirus program. They can take over your phone and act behind your back, making you a lot of damage, like collecting the passwords and credit card details.

Smartphone security advice

If you decided to root your phone, then make sure to research it thoroughly and get familiar with the entire procedure because any mistakes can make you lose your device. Also, install a proper antivirus software to protect yourself from intrusion.

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