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I rooted my smartphone Huawei Honor Bee five days ago, after a successful root, I uninstalled some unnecessary system apps. then I unrooted it successfully.

Question: If I attempt to root the smartphone again & again, is there any problem arising?

Thanks in advance.

  • Is there any problem arise rooting my phone again No, there's no problem.. You may do it. – Gokul NC Oct 15 '17 at 14:08
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No, there is no danger in you case with a Spreadtrum device, unless you have an issue in the following situations:

  • Warranty: In some countries/regions warranty will be void because they don't want you to bother their after sales. maybe this is the only reason. But if you have a full flashable factory firmware you will avoid this case.

  • Bootloader: Google/ODMs/OEMs/Carriers locks it because they simply don't want you to alter their configurations.

  • Bricking: If you don't know exactly how to deal with root. rooting a device maybe dangerous and may lead to soft brick it, unless you have again a full flashable factory firmware. personally i never encountered a hard brick case while rooting MTK/Spreadtrum devices.

  • Grant access to Adaware/Malware:- rooting is dangerous for newbies, it will let malicious apps to install unwanted Lock screens, unwanted software, view ads everywhere, etc...)

Why rooting a device is needed?

  • You are bored from factory OS and want to try a custom OS if available.
  • You a modder and want to tweak factory OS by removing bloatware or alter some system apps.
  • If you are a developer, in some cases you should have root (controlling a serial device for example).
  • @vsal : you're welcome, if you feel this is the right reply, don't forget to accept it. – M. Abdelhafid Oct 16 '17 at 14:10

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