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  1. Reasons You Should Root Your Android Device in 2020 1. Custom ROMs Most people root their Android smartphones so they can easily go ahead and install their favorite custom ROMs on them. Custom ROMs offer a lot of advantages like giving users the hope to install and use the latest flavor of Android when the OEM isn’t rolling out an update. Along with that, custom ROMs bring to the table a variety of features & customization options. There are plenty of great custom Android ROMs available such as LineageOS, Paranoid Android, Resurrection Remix, and more — you can choose to your liking. 2. Customize Everything Once you have rooted your Android device, the doors to customization heaven are wide open and you can go ahead with changing each and every aspect of your experience. It may sound crazy but that’s one of the key purposes of rooting and thanks to systemless root tools like Magisk, you get access to a number of modules like Xposed and more. All these modules allow you to completely change the theme, boot animation, fonts, audio experience, and a lot more to suit your needs. Moreover, you can make system-level changes and change almost everything including the navigation buttons, lockscreen, quick setting, notification shade, status bar, launcher and much more. There are several tweaks available for display, media, power saving, and hardware keys. Along with modules, there are also a ton of apps like GMD Gestures (download), Substratum theme engine (download), and Spectrum (download), among many others which let you personalize the OS to the hilt. Talking about Substratum in a little detail, it’s a theming tool that makes it possible for users to apply system-wide themes. It’s found to work flawlessly on Android 8.0 Oreo – with or without root, but if you’ve updated to Android 9 Pie, then rooting and installing Substratum app on your device is your only hope. You can find plenty of great themes, which give you the power to change the look and feel of your device, right here. 3. Be in Control of your Kernel If you didn’t already know, the kernel is the core component of an Android device. The kernel serves as a communication medium between the hardware and software, enabling better system resource management. Each OEM bakes the device with their own default kernel, but you can’t control its working.However, when you root your device, it gives you the power to install a custom kernel like ElementalX (visit) or Franco Kernel (visit) and be able to adjust whatever you want. You can choose to overclock the Gold cores when you’re gaming or possibly rendering videos on your device, underclock them for improved battery life, or recalibrate the vibration motor to your own liking Well, no one wants to jump into the kernel dashboard to tweak the settings when they’re about to kick-off a certain task, so you can set CPU Governors to handle the same. It’s an essential component of the kernel, which measure and regulates the frequency and you’ll be able to set policies to adjust the performance of your device based on the work you’re undertaking. 4. Boost Performance Now that you know how to manage your kernel, well, you can use them to give your old rooted devices a performance boost. Android is regularly criticized for its inconsistent performance and while it’s in better shape now, there’s still scope for improvement. We would like to point out some of the apps, that when used along with custom kernels can provide day-to-day better performance.You can use an app like SetCPU to overclock your device’s CPU for a more snappy performance. Overclocking basically means increasing your processor’s frequency for better performance. While this does boost the performance of an Android device, battery woes are a part of it. There’s also the option of using custom kernels, which bring features and options that might not be officially supported on your device like the ability to control CPU, GPU, screen, battery, sound, RAM and more. You can go ahead and check out apps such as EX Kernel that supports many different kernels and let you tweak advanced options from the app. Also, there are dedicated apps only for rooted devices that speed up the performance. There’s Booster, which speeds up your device by emptying memory (works okay-ish) and GLTools, which offers advanced options for better GPU performance. 5. Explore New Features One of the best things about rooting your device is that you gain access to tons of new features to play with and I absolutely love this part. For instance, both Magisk Module and Xposed framework bring a myriad of modules that bring along features like multi-window, detailed app permissions, native clipboard, better audio performance, YouTube background playback, boot manager and a lot more. If that isn’t enough for you, well, apps like IFTTT and Tasker also bring a lot of awesome features if your device has root access, essentially handing down the ability to automate anything on your smartphone with ease. 6. Access More Apps There’s no scarcity of apps for non-rooted devices. The Google Play Store is flooded with over 2.5 billion apps. But there are certain cool apps that can only be accessed by rooted users. Apart from the apps we have already mentioned, there are many more great apps for rooted Android users such as DriveDroid (download), Substratum (download), DiskDigger (download), Migrate (download) etc. which make the best use of root access to bring you some great functionality and control. Further, Magisk makes it possible for you to install the VIPER4Android (download) app to upgrade the audio experience and it’s a boon for audiophiles like me. You can also swap the styles of emojis you want on your device using EmojiSwitch (download) app. If you’re looking for some of the best Android apps for rooted devices, do check out our list by clicking on the link. 7. Improve Battery Performance Android is fragmented and a lot of users can always be found complaining about the poor battery optimization on their devices. Well, if you are one of those users, you should root your device right away as there are apps & mods that totally refine your Android’s battery performance. Greenify (download) is arguably the best battery optimizer app for rooted devices, which brings cool features like auto-hibernation mode that hibernates the apps that are heavily consuming your battery. Then there’s Naptime (download) that takes Android’s inbuilt Doze feature to the next level. It’s an aggressive implementation for the same and kills battery-hungry apps when your device is idle. The non-root app is pretty decent but you get more features after rooting the device. As we discussed above, you can also choose to underclock your CPU using Franko Kernel for improved screen-on time and longer battery life. This could also help you reduce any considerable lag or jitter to offer a more refined experience. 8. Remove Bloatware Apps & Ads System apps and bloat apps from device makers can cause a problem if your device does not have huge internal storage. Well, rooting brings along the ability to remove any system app or bloatware. There are various apps that remove bloatware, but we quite like 3C Toolbox (download) because of its advanced app managing features. The app enables you to remove system apps, but that’s not all, you can also remove updates to apps, move an app to the SD card along with other advanced options. If you are looking for something a bit simple to remove bloatware from your device, well, you can install NoBloat (download). Ads too can be particularly annoying, especially the full page ads some apps bring to the table – like the ones we see in MIUI often. Root users can install AdAway (APK file), which is the best ad-blocker app on Android. It’s easy to set up and blocks ads in both apps and websites you visit. You also have the ability to whitelist/ blacklist an app or website if you want to be generous and add to their revenue stream. 9. Backup Everything While Android provides a backup feature to non-rooted users, it’s no match against the abilities of popular backup apps like Titanium Backup (download). There are various apps for rooted devices that let you take a complete backup of your device, but this is the best one out there. You can use the backup option available in TWRP to make a complete NANDroid backup, which includes all of your device’s data, quite easily without any additional tools. These tools allow you to backup everything including all the apps, app data, files, settings along with external data which might be part of your SD card. You can then save this backup on your external storage, SD card or even in the cloud to be recovered when needed. So, if you ever lose or brick your Android device, you can easily restore a Titanium or Nandroid backup on the new device and feel like nothing happened. 10. Enable Camera2API With the craze of Google Camera, everyone wants to install the latest GCam on their smartphone. However, there is a bottleneck that stops users from using GCam and that’s the Camera2API support. On older devices especially which were launched with Nougat and Oreo, Camera2API is natively disabled and OEMs have still not shown any interest in enabling the API. In such a scenario, you do not have many options other than rooting your Android device. You can easily root your device and enable Camera2API through the Build Prop or by installing a Magisk Module. We have written an extensive guide on how to enable Camera2API so head over to the linked article and enjoy GCam on your Android device. 11. Access Pixel Features As we all know, Pixel devices are the first in line to get the new features on Android. And it takes months– in some cases, more than a year– for Google to bring those features to all Android devices. For Android enthusiasts like us, that is simply unbearable. So if you want to taste the Pixel-exclusive features on your Android device right away then rooting comes to your help. Most of the Pixel features are not hardwired to the OS and it only needs a couple of changes in the Build Prop to access those features. You just need to rename your device to one of the latest Pixels and bam! There you have it. For instance, Google Assistant 2.0 is available on Pixel devices (as of now, only in the US), but it does not seem that it’s going to arrive on other Android devices anytime sooner. However, with root and Build Prop change, you can taste the Pixel goodies right now. 12. Override System App For me, this is one of the main reasons why I root my Android device. Say, there is an app that offers a sought-after feature — Google Feed on OnePlus launcher — in other countries except for your region. If you want that feature then you can’t install the particular APK from the compatible region because of the same package name. And since it’s a system app, you can’t uninstall the app either without root. But if you have the root privilege, you can simply override the system app with another app having the same package name. This way, you can enjoy the official app with new features and at the same time, having access to seamless updates. How awesome is that? So if you want new features, rooting is essential. Found Enough Reasons to Root Your Android device These should be good enough reasons to root your Android device, don’t you think? Come to think of it, a rooted Android device does have access to way more features and options than a non-rooted one. But rooting doesn’t come without shortcomings. So to get a full picture, you should know the disadvantages of rooting your Android too. Click on the link to read that article and then make an informed choice. Source beebom
  2. 2020 trending anime there is a list Darwin's Game No Guns Life The Disastrous Life of Saiki K: Reawakened Vinland Saga Fire Force My Hero Academia season 4 Blade of the Immortal Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
  3. Winter 2020 Anime: 1. A Certain Scientific Railgun Season 3 It’s been 10 years since Railgun season 2. Now we’ll have something deeper to look forward to in Academy city. 2. Runway de Waratte This is an upcoming Shoujo anime, released in January 2020. Produced by Ezo’la. 3. Quintessential Quintuplets Season 2 Quintessential Quintuplets did well in 2019, and it’s back for another season in 2020 to fill in the blanks. 4. Oshi ga Budoukan Ittekuretara Shinu This is a comedy/music seinen series produced by 8-Bit. Originally adapted from a Manga series. 5. Dorohedoro Horror/Seinen series set for January 2020. Produced by MAPPA. 6. ARP Backstage Pass ARP Backstage Pass is produced by Dynamo Pictures. It’s a music anime series. 7. A3! Season Spring & Summer A3! Season Spring & Summer is produced by P.A Works. Another music anime. 8. 22/7 Produced by A-1 Pictures, 22/7 is an anime about idols who cross dimensions. Released in January 2020. 9. Ahiru no Sora Sports Shounen type of anime like Haikyu. Produced by Deomedea. 10. BanG Dream! 3rd Season BanG Dream! is back again with a 3rd Season. Produced by Sanzigen.
  4. Winter 2020 Anime: 1. Boku no Hero Academia 4th Season This anime is airing right now as of November. But the anime will still be airing throughout 2020. 2. Chihayafuru 3 This is another anime still airing in November 2019. But it’ll be airing in 2020 as well! It’s a Josei anime being handled by Madhouse! 3. Darwin’s Game Mystery/Shounen anime released in 2020 January. Produced by Nexus! 4. Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasuna! Slice of life/comedy produced by Science SARU. Adapted from a Manga. 5. Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia Another anime that’s still airing. But with 21+ episodes this will carry over into 2020. Produced by CloverWorks. 6. Haikyuu!! To the Top S4 Haikyuu’s been a successful sports anime since release. And now it’s back to dominate with a 4th season. Produced by Production I.G. 7. Hatena☆Illusion Supernatural/Romance anime series. Produced by Children’s Playground Entertainment! 8. Heya Camp△ Heya Camp is the new “Yuru Camp” anime by C-Station. Released 2020. 9. Infinite Dendrogram Infinite Dendrogram is adapted from a Light Novel, and produced by NAZ. It’s a fantasy game series with VRMMO. 10. ID:INVADED ID: Invaded is about a story of a detective in a sci-fi world.
  5. Winter 2020 Anime: 1. Housekishou Richard-shi no Nazo Kantei Housekishou Richard-shi no Nazo Kantei is another anime adapted from a light novel. Produced by Shuka! 2. Isekai Quartet 2 A continuation of the Isekai parody series. Produced by Studio PuYUKAI. 3. Ishuzoku Reviewers Ishuzoku Reviewers is gonna be the anime to watch in 2020, as it stirs up controversy. The story is about a main character who visits brothels full of different Monster Girl races. It’s produced by Passione. Released in January 2020! 4. Kabukichou Sherlock Drama/comedy series produced by Production I.G. The same studio behind Psycho Pass! 5. Koisuru Asteroid Comedy/Slice Of Life anime series, produceed by Doga Kobo! Same studio as Umaru Chan. 6. Kuutei Dragons Seinen/Adventure anime series produced by Polygon Pictures! 7. Kyokou Suiri Supernatural/mystery series produced by Brain’s Base. Released in January 2020. 8. Magia Record: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Gaiden Magia Record was delayed in 2018 (original release date). Now it’s set for 2020, and is a side story in the Madoka Magica universe. 9. Mairimashita! Iruma-kun Demon/Shounen series produced by BN Pictures. Set for January 2020. 10. Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi Comedy/Magic anime series produced by Studio Deen. The same studio behind Higurashi.
  6. Winter 2020 Anime: 1. Nanatsu no Taizai: Kamigami no Gekirin The new Seven Deadly Sins is also produced by Studio Deen. With 24 episodes in total (currently episode 6). 2. number24 Upcoming sports anime released in January 2020. Produced by PRA. 3. Oda Shinamon Nobunaga Martial Arts/Slice of life anime with some comedy and historical elements. Produced by Studio Pierrot. Released in January 2020! 4. Pet Seinen/Mystery series produced by Geno Studio. 5. Plunderer Comedy drama with some romance and action. Produced by Geek Toys. Adapted from a Manga. 6. Radiant 2nd Season Radiant is back again for another season. This fantasy adventure series is produced by Lerche. Same studio behind Assassination Classroom. 7. Rebirth Card Game anime, produced by LIDEN FILMS. Same studio as Yamada Kun and Rokudenashi. 8. Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita Comedy/romance produced by Zero-G. Adapted from a digital Manga. 9. Somali to Mori no Kamisama Fantasy slice of life produced by Satelight. 10. Uchi Tama?! Uchi no Tama Shirimasenka? Kawaii slice of life anime produced by MAPPA in partnership with another studio.
  7. Winter 2020 Anime: 1. Healin’ Good♡Precure Classic magical girl series with a new anime in 2020. Produced by Toei Animation! 2. Sekaiichi Hatsukoi: Propose-hen Released in February 2020. Spring/Summer/Fall 2020 Anime (No Official Release Date): 3. Boku no Tonari ni Ankoku Hakaishin ga Imasu Comedy/Josei anime produced by EMT. Release date unknown. 4. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! Comedy drama produced by Silver Link. Same studio as Kokoro Connect. 5. Jashin-chan Dropkick 2nd Season 6. Shironeko Project: Zero Chronicle 7. Houkago Teibou Nisshi 8. Tamayomi 9. Nami yo Kiite Kure 10. Vlad Love
  8. Winter 2020 Anime: 0. Re:Zero Season 2 1. Gal to Kyouryuu 2. Kitsutsuki Tantei-Dokoro 3. IDOLiSH7 2 4. Argonavis from BanG Dream! 5. Major 2nd Second Series 6. Kaiketsu Zorori (2020) 7. Kingdom 3rd Season anime 8. Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III 9. Gibiate 10. Ex-Arm anime 11. Chou Futsuu Toshi Kashiwa Densetsu 12. (ROCKIN’ON Anime Project) 13. Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season 14. Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru Season 3 15. Assault Lily Bouquet
  9. New dreams, new hopes, new experiences, and new anime, wishing you all good things in this new year! Have fun, joy, peace, love, care, luck and success Happy New Years to All.
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