8 Android Root tools


Apps2SD moves apps to the SD card with root. It works like most apps-to-SD apps. This one moves the APK, odex, dex, lib, internal data, external data, and more. The app also includes a Busybox installer, app remover, support for adoptable storage, a terminal emulator, and some more useful tools. Moving apps to the SD card isn’t as popular as it once was. However, it still works well for devices with less internal storage. Additionally, the other tools are still quite useful. It’s free with advertising.


Tool Description as in https://www.androidauthority.com/best-root-apps-android-269022/

Image Credit: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.co.pricealert.apps2sd



FlashFire is the most advanced on-device firmware flasher available for rooted Android devices. It can flash full firmware packages from various manufacturers, as well as apply over-the-air (OTA) and ZIP updates – all while maintaining root, and without using a custom recovery. It also offers full device backup and restore functionalities in several formats. Relevant files can be stored on internal storage, SD cards, USB connected storage, or can even be streamed directly to and from your computer using USB or Wi-Fi.


Tool Description as in https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=eu.chainfire.flash

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JRummy root apps

Determine if your device is rooted. Get a detailed report on the root status of your device, including information about the superuser management app, su binary, and device details. Send a detailed email report to any developer or other user on the root status of your device. Check if BusyBox is correctly installed on the device. Get information about any BusyBox utiltity.


Tool Description as in http://rootcheck.jrummyapps.com/

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Magisk manager is a magic mask to alter system systemless-ly. Many developers are coming with magisk pre-installed on their ROM. They are implementing the magisk just because of the amazing features of the Magisk and the way you can use any application without any issues. The default choice of most of the developer is now magisk.


Tool Description as in https://magiskmanager.com/

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Quick Reboot

Quick Boot is an app that is both absurdly simple and absurdly useful. In most versions of Android, the power menu is weak sauce and you can only power down and sometimes you can reboot. Quick Reboot fixes this by allowing you to boot to recovery, and boot to bootloader. It can also go to device-specific things like Download Mode for Samsung devices or fastboot on certain devices.


Tool Description as in https://www.androidauthority.com/best-root-apps-android-269022/

Image Credit: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.antaresone.quickreboot



Rashr is one of the newer root apps with flashing capabilities. It supports a variety of things, including recovery flashes, kernel backup, IMG flashing, logging, and much more. The app contains ads. However, they are optional for developer support. You can actually disable them in the settings if you want. The app is entirely free also with optional donations for development support. It’s also open source. This is probably the best flashing app available right now that still gets regular updates.


Tool Description as in https://www.androidauthority.com/best-root-apps-android-269022/

Image Credit: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.mkrtchyan.recoverytools



Remember that time when your device lost 50% of battery life during the night because a gazillion services from careless apps kept keeping your device awake and you have no way to disable them. You can also disable/enable permanently any service on your device. It’s useful if you have services that tend to auto-restart and keep your device awake, or if you have games sending you never-ending notifications.


Tool Description as in https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.franco.servicely

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Solid Explorer

Now you can protect your files and folders with a password. If your device has a fingerprint sensor you can use it to open encrypted files without a need to provide the password. The same applies for cloud storages, which can now be accessed with the fingerprint as well.


Tool Description as in https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pl.solidexplorer2

Image Credit: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pl.solidexplorer2


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