If you own a LG G3, and someone said that you should consider rooting, the very first thing you should do is learning more about it. A very first question you should ask is: „what benefits will that bring“? Indeed, what are the benefits of rooting your LG G3?
Many people think rooting can´t bring you much good. After all, most manufacturers allow you to get apps from other sources than their stores. Of course, that is not limitless. There are still some apps you won´t be able to download, either because your carrier is not allowing it, or it hacks into your Android system, or for any other reason. When you root an LG G3, you may install blocked apps; get the latest version of the Android and much more.
Tasker is an app that automates all functions of your phone. If your LG G3 is rooted, it may do even more. Rooted device may benefit when it comes to the battery life and increased speed. As before, many apps that help you in those actions will work on an unrooted phone, but when your LG G3 is rooted it can get to a whole new level.
We are all aware that ads are a necessary evil, but sometimes they are just too annoying and disturbing. In those moments, it will be much easier to block them from appearing when your device is rooted. Increasing memory and faster processors are giving us a chance to keep more data on a LG G3 than we could ever. Of course, this makes things even worse if we lose those data for some reason. If you want to backup data, it will be very hard to do, but with an app like Titanium Backup, that can´t work on unrooted devices, backup becomes simple and automated.
You may also flash a custom kernel. If you are a beginner, it is good to know that kernel helps your apps to communicate with hardware, and if you customize the kernel, you may get a battery that will last longer and charge faster, better performances and much more. In a same way and for similar reasons you may change your ROM and adapt it to your needs.
When we summarize all, the basic reason for rooting your LG G3 should be a need to truly own your device. Most carriers and manufacturers want to keep some control over it, but we believe that if you decide to buy something and you pay for it, you should be able to do with it whatever you want to. Be careful, since rooting is not harmless, but if you know what are you doing and if you use it with some common sense, this could be a perfect solution for you.
So, what are you waiting for?!