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Re: I wouldn't
said by jjoshua:One big reason that I root my phone is to run Adfree Android. It's able to update your hosts file so that it can neutralize most ads not only when browsing pages, but also in-app ads, too. Considering that some apps can be responsible for up to 75% of the total power draw from a given app, that's very much worth the time.
Why would someone need to root their phone? Is it not already "open" enough? I have one so help me understand why I might want to root my phone?
Isn't it a problem when modifying the phone could impact phone service to the point where you can't make a call when you need to?
Phone service is regulated by the FCC so I can see why an operator who is running custom software would not want you to tinker with the device.
Because, f*ck Sony