I have rooted my phone. Now what is Next?

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I have rooted my phone. Now what is Next?

Many people root their devices for the sake of doing it without knowing what are the real output can be done by rooting. Actually rooting means taking the control over your device and making all the aspects control by yourself. You can amend anything as you wish after you rooted your phone. Some are asking what could be done after rooting the phone. They have no idea about rooting. I need to ask them what cannot be done after rooting the Android device, Therefore we intend to show you what can be done after rooting procedure has been completed. Below we have listed some important rooting apps which do not use frequently.  Some apps need to be get paid but It is worth getting them though we have to pay some amount.

Root file explorers

This will allow you to see your all folders on your device, such as valuable data which is normally hidden or protected.

  • Mount /system RO/RW
  • Root Explorer
  • ES File Explorer

Moving and removing Apps

This means you can move or remove your valuable data, apps or whatever from system apps to data to system. You may do this with a risk attached. Make sure you have enough space on your partitions.

  • Titanium Backup – This will help you to Back up all of your apps and data. Also this allows you to uninstall or freeze system applications, also gives updates into your ROM in order to save space, move apps to SD card, and many more.
  • apps2rom – This will do the same as what the pro version of titanium backup does for you. That means it will let you to move your apps to the system partition.
  • Bloatfreezer – This will help you to Freeze or remove system applications.
  • Link2SD – Move (system) applications to a second partition in SD card, liberating loads of free space in  partition.

This has some issues and also advantages and you better see whether you have enough space in your SD card. Ideally the SD card should be more than 16GB.


You know by now Some devices have Wi-Fi tethering out-of-the-box, example for that is like the Samsung Galaxy S, Therefore this is not such a big deal on them unless otherwise the carrier charges for the feature.

  • Android Wi-Fi Tether
  • Wireless Tether

Screen shots & Screen recording

Rooting is needed for screenshots before 4.0-Ice Cream Sandwich devices. And also Most of the pre – lollipop version screen recorders also require rooting.

  • ShootMe
  • Dropcap2


  • Titanium Backup – This convinces that Back up all of your apps and data for reduce the Risk levels of you. Also allows you to uninstall system apps, integrate updates into your ROM to save space, and many more.
  • Clockwork-mod Recovery – This usually requires root to install via ROM Manager and also this Allows you to backup the whole device, including your ROM, whereas flash new ROMs and other advanced activities.

There are also so many apps that will make a full nandroid backup for your device.

Application/ Network Control

  • AdFree – This feature removes ads by changing the hosts file. (so both ads in apps and in browser)
  • Adaway – This will also blocks in-app adds.
  • Droid Wall – Firewall application. Got an app that’s using up all your data when you’re not even using it? Block it with this!
  • Orbot – Tor app
  • Cache Mate – This will Clear cache of all apps.
  • Droid VNC Server – This will Connect to your phone via VNC.
  • LBE Privacy Guard – This will selectively remove permissions from app
  • Button Savior – Helps to add on screen button to compensate a failure of a physical button.
  • ClockSync – to automatically sync the device’s time with few predefined atomic clocks.

Xposed Framework

The Xposed framework allows apps with more developed functionality to be installed.

  • gravitybox – This is an app that allows many system tweaks.
  • xhangouts – This is an Improved version of google hangouts.
  • xwhatsapp – This is a Mod for the popular whats-app messenger.
  • Xprivacy – This is a Finegrained app control.

CPU Control

  • SetCPU – This will Control the processor speed of the phone, and this can also setup profiles. It allows your device under clocking based on conditions, For an example, under clock to MHz when screen is turned off. It immensely increases battery life without putting any obstacles to performance (In-fact when you’re using these apps / the phone) or could improve the performance via overclocking.
  • Overclock Widget – This is so much Similar to SetCPU but functional ability is less. 

Enable swap file / partition

  • ROEHSOFT RAM-EXPANDER (SWAP) – This Uses SD card for more RAM helping you to do more stuff from your device.

Advanced and Miscellaneous

  • ROM Manager – Facilitates installing new ROMs with ClockworkMod Recovery, and allows you to back up your entire device (ROM + apps + data) and other advanced tasks.
  • Quick Boot – This Allows you to reboot into recovery or the bootloader / Download Mode.
  • Lag fixes – Various tweaks and file system changes to speed up your phone or prevent issues with your phone pausing / freezing temporarily. These are particularly useful on some Samsung phones that use an RFS file system. An Ext4 lagfix like Voodoo is recommended, but there are also Ext2 lagfixes like RyanZA’s One Click Lag Fix which also allows you to change advanced memory, Wi-Fi, and disk scheduling options.
  • TRIM – Some older kernels do not have TRIM.
  • StickMount – Automatically mount USB flash drives, keyboards, mouse via USB OTG cable.
  • busybox – Makes terminal emulators feel more like linux.
  • Sideloading apps. Most carriers/phones allow this option but AT&T does not.


AlThough rooting is not required for flashing new ROMs, many apps ask for you to root your device so that the work you do is more easier.

CyanogenMod is a very famous Rom that majority of the people put on their devices. It is easy to install it using the ROM Manager application. First you have to do is, install the Clockwork recovery. After that run a backup before you will flash any Roms.

Make sure to check out “From Where can I able to seek stock or custom ROMs for my device” or the XDA forums that will work for the other custom Roms. We know Most devices have a specific or more accurate “Android Development” sub-forum which is the place they are posting about the ROMs. 

You had better always do a nandroid backup before you install any Rom or mod for your device. It will reduce the risk you will have to take. Furthermore You may also need to clear all the data and cache memory from your device before installing or upgrading a ROM.

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