» The Best Apps for Rooted Android Devices
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Chances are, you have rooted your Android device to flash custom firmwares, kernels and other mods. However, doing it can be a little taxing due to the fact that you have to do it through the custom recovery. Thankfully, Flashfire is here to your rescue. You can flash ZIP files, firmwares and even OTA updatesfrom manufacturers, right from the app. Other than flashing, the app even lets you wipe data like system data, 3rd party apps, dalvik cache etc. along with the ability to backup & restore partitions.
Undeleter Recover Files & Data
You must have come across a time when you’ve accidentally deleted important files. Well, we have all been there and it’s pretty frustrating. While there are apps that let you recover deleted photos on non-rooted devices, if you are looking to recover all types of deleted files, Undeleter is the app to install for rooted Android devices. The app lets you recover files like images, videos, audios, ebooks, documents and archives. That’s not all, the app even lets you recover data like calls logs, SMS, WhatsApp & Viber messages. Along with various data recovery, Undeleter also brings the ability to shred deleted files, so that they cannot be recovered.
ViPER4Android FX Android is a sound system for a global drive, it is mainly used for a variety of audio rendering audio effects, including Replay Gain, EQ, feedback pulse processing, a field surrounded by digital reverb, dynamic systems and limits slicer.No floating-point arithmetic models (such as the use PXA920 CPU machines) does not support the pulse feedback process and Axon + headphone surround effect.
Greenify is the one of the highly popular apps for rooted devices, thanks to itsbattery optimization features. The app lets you hibernate apps that drain your battery as well as resources, while making sure they offer full functionality when running in the foreground, like iOS apps. The app works similar to the Doze mode, introduced in Android 6.0 but it lets you manually select apps you want to hibernate. While the app can be used on non-rooted devices, it brings “Forget” functionality on rooted devices, which is nothing but Greenify automatically hibernating apps silently. The app does not offer a ton of options but once you start using it, you will feel the difference in your device’s battery and performance.
Titanium Backup ★ root
Chances are, you already know about the infamous Titanium Backup app but if you don’t, you are missing out on something amazing. The app is known for its backup abilities, as it lets you backup almost everything on your device, including the system & third party apps and external data but there’s so much more to it. The free version of the app lets you create full backups along with other features like batch background backups, batch apps uninstaller, ability to move apps and their data to SD card, remove orphan data and more. That’s just the tip of the iceberg, as the Pro version of the app brings advanced features like multiple backups, background backup restore, app freezer, encryption, sync backups to cloud storage services, bloatware meter, ability to convert third party app to system app and way more.
No Watermark for Xposed
This Xposed module disables the watermarking code in Android, used to display version information on screen for unreleased and test ROMs.Root and Xposed are required in order to use No Watermark – after installation, enable the module in the Xposed configuration application and reboot.
This is probably the best app for Android. I have used this app and several of its plug-ins for years on multiple phones and other android devices. If you want to automate your phone for almost anything, you must install this app. As a developer myself, I can truly appreciate the work the developers put into this app. You don’t need to root your phone for this app to be awesome, but a rooted phone gives you more options. Great job developers, you hit it out of the park with this one.
ROM Toolbox Lite
I like to show off my boot animations to my friends and day I’m special. All in all, great app!
This app is for the geeks out there who love to tweak under the hood options to gain better performance, battery life or just for the heck of it. The Device Control app for rooted Android devices might seem like a simple offering on the outset but it’s so much more when you dig deep. The app brings you detailed information around the hardware and software of your device, including info on CPU, GPU, Sensors, performance etc. Along with these details, the app packs in tools like app manager, where you can uninstall any third party or system app and you can check the various permissions the apps are taking. Then, there are tools like flasher, bootup restoratiom, build.prop editor, thermal driver and wireless file manager.
Low storage is something every Android owner faces, considering there are a ton of apps to download, plus the devices now shoot 4K videos. Well, SD Maid is arguably the best app to manage the internal storage of an Android device. The app works on non-rooted devices but it brings some advanced capabilities for rooted devices. The app removes superfluous files with its SystemCleaner option and files belonging to uninstalled apps on your device with the CorpseFinder feature. It even detects duplicate files and lets you uninstall multiple apps at once.
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