HOW DO YOU ROOT?
so by flashing one of the custom ROMs available. Search for the one that is best for your phone. Overclocking/undervolting: The access to hardware components after rooting makes it possible to overclock or undervolt the Android processor. There are special apps in the Google Play store to handle this task. Performance: Overclocking and kernel tweaks help improve the overal performance of the phone. But this can also severely damage your phone. BaseBand: Post-rooting, you can also update the baseband of the smartphone to improve signal strength. Unlocking additional features: You can also gain access to features such as Wi-Fi and USB tethering. Although operators in India support these features, carriers abroad charge extra for the same. Similarly, if the phone is designed to be NFC-enabled, rooting will unblock the same.
DESPITE ALL THE BENEFITS AND ANDVANTAGES DO REMEMBER THAT IF YOU ROOT THE DEVICE, YOUR WILL VOID THE WARRANTY OF THE SMARTPHONE. THE RISK OF BRICKING IS ALSO ATTACHED WITH ROOTING. THIS MEANS THAT ROOTING CAN MESS UP THE PHONE’S SOFTWARE SO BADLY THAT IT WON’T WORK ANY MORE AND WILL BE AS USELESS AS A BRICK
After good research, rooting an Android smartphone might seem like child’s play. The rooting process differs from one Android smartphone to another. So it is always advisable to read about the handset you are planning to route.
The Internet is flooded with discussions about rooting, but the most popular forum for details on rooting Android smartphones is the XDA forum. Read what people have to say about rooting a handset, the method they used and the issues they encountered afterwards. Proceed only if you are confident.