In recent times Android has emerged as the major platform for mobile OS. Though Android devices run perfectly out of box, but people are always interested in rooting their Android device(s). Rooting in layman’s term means giving full access to the core system files of Android, mostly like giving access of a Superuser. Rooting is kind of “sudo” command when compared to Linux OS or you can think of it as giving administrative rights to any program in Windows.
After rooting your Android device, you can expect endless possibilities. After rooting your device, you can edit system files, change core theme, add very useful functionality and core features, just to name a few. We are doing a comprehensive guide to root your new, beloved, budget friendly, Motorola Moto E.