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Requires :Android 3.0 and up |
Root Essentials Premium
What’s in this version :
- Updated languages: 日本語 (MoeMoePig, Rintan1, Nanasi-), русский (Tomedes.com), עִברִית (Tomedes.com), العربية (Tomedes.com), Italiano (cannibalhlcst_);
- Lollipop support for Samsung (Samsung Pass API);
- Demo mode;
- New actions: Screenshot (root), App Shortcuts, “Toggle quick settings”, “Toggle auto-rotate”, “Switch to last app (Nougat+)”, “Search” and “Assistant”;
- Icon touch panel: option to move to bottom instead of center;
- Bug fixes;
All in one toolbox for your rooted phone, tablet and Android Wear. This set of tools delivers all you need for your rooted handheld. “Do you need more in this all in one root toolbox? Why don’t you tell us!”
Enable Adoptable Storage on any Android device running Marshmallow or later. (Including Galaxy S7 and LG G4).
★App Install Location★
Set the install location where apps will be installed to by default.
Get in control of your apps. View details and uninstall system apps.
Calibrate your battery when it is empty too quickly (e.g. after ROM flash).
Easily edit your build.prop file.
View lots of information about your device.
Edit the DPI (LCD Density) of your device.
Change the Emojis of your device. Requires Android Lollipop or higher.
Flash Custom ROMs, GAPPS and more; Install Recovery & Boot images. Create your own script!
Select a font to install on your device. Over 700 fonts to choose from.
★Freeform Window Mode★
Enable ‘Freeform Window Mode’ on any Android device running Nougat or higher.
Change system language of your device.
★Mount /system RO/RW★
Mount your /system partition rewritable or readonly.
Reboot, quick reboot, reboot recovery, reboot bootloader or just power off.
Explore all the files on your phone. Swipe left or right between panels.
Check whether your device has root access (Rooting requires 3rd party tools).
★Samsung CSC Editor★
Change your Samsung device.
Some features of this app are also available on Android Wear. The wearable device must be rooted for most features and takes advantage of your handheld.
What is root?
Root provides access to all system files under Linux and Android. A required tool is SuperUser (also known as SuperSU). The command su grants elevated access to your files. Many ROMs including AOSP, Cyanogenmod, Paranoid and Miui can be rooted or have ‘administrator rights’ included in the ROM.