Simple Tips to Root and Overclock Your Android Phone
| by Angelo Mathews
There’s more than one way you can beef up the overall value of your rooted Android phone. Upgrading to Froyo 2.2 would be the first on that list, since most Indian Android devices don’t have Froyo updates out, just yet. Next up on the ‘Android Beef-up’ list would be USB Tethering and overclocking. But is it really worth going through the trouble of rooting and putting another modded OS and making things difficult for yourself? Going through the ordeal of reading up complicated processes on forums, downloading software, pressing the appropriate buttons during the startup of your device can be annoying at times. But hey, if iPhone users can do it, so can we.
Androot is universal
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Make sure you have your settings in place
Install the Universal Androot app and that will take care of the rooting. It's a one click process, which says root or unroot. Once the rooting is done, an alternate app called SuperUser Access Controller gets installed on the device. After this process is complete, just make sure that you restart your device so that the Superuser Access Request gets activated at startup.
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