The best part of buying an Android Tablet is you can unleash the full power of your tablet by rooting it. Rooting enables you to change the root access or the privileged control of Android subsystem. It changes the limitations mentioned by the carrier and the administrator level permissions. Due to this you can run some specialized apps which are normally inaccessible to a normal Android user. Though after rooting you disable the manufacturer warranty, thus it should be done carefully with each step performed correctly.
There are lots of apps available on Google Play out of which some are exclusively for rooted smartphones or tablets. Once you have rooted your tablet you would want to access the best of apps available to feel the difference between a rooted and non-rooted tablet. Here are some of the best 5 apps which you should install after rooting the Android Tablet:
This backup will completely take a backup of all your device settings, apps and data. You can change settings and apply a regular backup and store it on the SD card. It is essential if you wish to flash lot of ROMs. There is a pro version of it which is at cost of $7. Through the pro version you can take the backup directly through cloud services to Dropbox or Google Drive.
ROM stands for Read Only Memory, it is changed when you install new version of OS on Android. ROM Manager allows you to take a backup of your existing ROM, flash new ROM and finally install new kernels. At $6 there is a premium version which will do automatic backups and give update notifications. It also allows you to transfer backup as flashable zip files to your computer.
GMD Gesture Control
This app is for people who want more of creative and intuitive gesture based control on their Android tablet. You can use a Lite version before buy the paid app and test if you are happy to install it. You can give gestures to open precious application, Lock the screen, show Menu or control music. You can hide status bar and then enjoy gamin on full screen. This is also available for iPad.
It is a tool for changing CPU settings for various Android smartphones or tablets. This will allow you to set up profiles where you can define the apps to run when tablet is in sleep mode or charging. If you are out of charging station you can set up a profile where minimum apps will run thus saving the battery life. You can precisely set CPU speed and performance enabling to increase battery life and let users overclock the performance of their tablet.
Android has a restricted built-in file manager. With Root Explorer Android users can access each and every single file in Android system. You can easily modify, erase or move the files as you wish. You can even change settings like not allowing the tablet to go in sleep mode or you can add new account on Google Drive SDK.
Author Bio: Bryan Knox is a android tablet reviewer for a online deal store. He writes latest news, specifications and product description about android tablets.