Wednesday, 22 June 2011

What is root? and upgrade for android user(froyo 2,2 and gingerbread 2.3)

Hi there. Its time for gadget. Few days back I found this blog that tell me about android update from 2.1 to froyo and to gingerbread. You know that I am a very curious girl..huhu..then, I spent the whole day searching in the net (ya~~don't want my hunny bunny get cracked..T.T).. but..I still don't have the gut to update it..Maybe are a few simple explanation for noobs like me..huahuahua..^-^

Why Root your Android Phone/Tablet?

Rooting AndroidThe main reason people root their Android device for freedom and control, when you root your Android phone or tablet you gain full control over your system and can tweak it to your liking.
Improved Performance: You can speed up your Android device by relocating your phones cache thus allowing you to save phone memory and have a faster phone. There are applications available in the Android Market that will allow you to overclock your device to make it go as fast as you dare.
Alter System Files: You can replace many parts of the “Android Core” which include the ability to add new themes, edit the core apps (maps, calendar, clock, etc), change the recovery & boot images, add linux binaries.
More Application Choics: You will be able to install apps that are only compatible with rooted phones, some of these apps include an app that will allow you to take a screenshot on your phone, overclock your device and tether apps.
Install applications to your SD CARD: One of the most talked-about feature (or disadvantage) of any Android device is the limitation where you can install applications only in the phone’s internal memory and not the SD card. While Google may reason that SD cards are slower in general and cannot run apps as effectively as internal memory, fact of the matter is that most Android devices do not come with massive internal storage spaces, and hence greatly limit the number of applications that can be installed at a time. With rooted devices, you can use Apps2SD, which will copy ALL your applications to a ext2/3/4 formatted SD card an will also store future builds in card. Freedom to choose!
Latest Android OS (Operating System): With many carriers holding back the updates to the latest Android operating system, rooting your device will give you the option to install any current and future OS’s by installing custom-tailored ROMs.
WI-FI and Bluetooth Tethering: After having rooted your device, you can also use WiFi or Bluetooth tether to share your cellular data connection with your laptop or PC. The application works with ad hoc connections and will get you up and running online on your laptop in no time. Similarly, tethering can also be achieved over a Bluetooth connection.

*make sure that z4root that u install is the latest version**and use universal one*

Lastly nak share full explanation dari blog KA macam mana nak root,xrecovery and install rom..tekan SINI..Have a nice day u olls~hak3


apik pehe said...

cik bulan pakai android ek?

cik bulan said...