Sony Xperia Case Study
Sony Xperia E1 is a entry-level smartphone with 4-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen and 3MP primary camera. It also packs Android Jelly Bean operating system coupled with Qualcomm MSM8210 dual core processor, dual SIM, 512MB RAM, 2GB internal memory expandable up to 32GB, and contains 1700mAH battery.
Before getting to know the process involved in rooting, let’s know about rooting.
What is Rooting?
Rooting in simple terms is equivalent to the process of Jailbreaking. A rooted phone lets you install unapproved apps, deleted in-built/ unwanted bloatware, replace firmware, update Operating System, overclock (or underclock) the processor, customize anything and everything as per your wish.
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Take a backup of your phone. Once the rooting process is complete, you won’t find any data in your Xperia E1 and everything will be wiped out. So make sure you backup everything before you proceed further. Backup your contacts list, text messages, photos, videos, and everything else you need to.
2. The next step involves unlocking the bootloader of your Sony Xperia, else you will not be able to root its system. This is an easy process and will not take much effort. Click here to read the step by step guide to unlock the bootloader.
3. Next, enable the USB debugging option on your phone. Go to Settings >>> Developer options >>> USB debugging. This will allow you to connect your phone with the computer and you are ready to start the root operation.
4. Last but not the least. Your phone battery should at-least have 80% charge left.
Root Xperia E1 in just one click using dr.fone toolkit dr.fone toolkit is a multi-functionality toolkit. It not only does the rooting process but several tasks such as Data recovery, data backup & restore, system recovery, Screen recorder, SIM unlock service, rooting etc for both Android and iOS devices. It offers simple and secure rooting experience in just one click.
Let’s see the steps involved in rooting process
Step 1: Download and launch the dr.fone toolkit on your computer. Select “ROOT” …show more content…
After few minutes, your device will be successfully rooted.
Advantages and disadvantages of rooting
Let’s see the cons and pros of doing the rooting process in Android phone.
You can remove various bloatware (unwanted apps) that came in-built with your device
After rooting, you can customise your device easily
You can cleanup the phone internal storage. You will gain option to transfer any application from your internal memory to SD card after rooting their phone.
You can install custom ROMs. These custom ROMs completely change the way how you use your phone. It even helps you to install the new Android versions before everyone else.
You will gain privilege to block the annoying ads that are present in your downloaded apps. This allows you to browse/ play games without any disturbance on your android device
You can also get the new Android features like slow motion video, NFC payments etc before they are released.
Warranty for your phone will be void (no more valid)
Your android device will be susceptible to malware and virus
Rooting involves the risk of "bricking" your phone. To put it in simple terms a "bricked" phone is no better than carrying a brick in your