Samsung Galaxy J1 was released in February, 2015. This smartphone uses android 4.4.4 (KitKat) with Spreadtrum chipset and CPU of dual core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7. This smartphone has 122g weight and the dimensions is 129 x 68.2 x 8.9 mm. The size is 4.3 inches with 480 x 800 pixels of resolution. Samsung Galaxy J1 has microSD up to 256 GB and 4GB of internal memory and 512 RAM. The main camera is 5MP with LED flash feature. For selfie camera, this smartphone only offers 2 MP.
As mentioned above that this smartphone is powered by a 1.2 GHz dual core processor so that it will seamlessly perform a wide range of tasks. Those tasks includes watching movies, gaming, and surfing in the internet. In addition, with the support for HSPA+, you will be able to experience blazing-fast download and upload speeds. Also, with the enhanced productivity and efficiency which is greater provided by this smartphone, you are able to spend less time waiting and more time doing.
Talk about Samsung Galaxy J1, you may think of rooting this smartphone because you feel annoyed by the default apps in that smartphone. Well, you are able to do that by using Kingroot. Kingroot is one of root apps that allow you to get root access of your android device.
To root your Samsung Galaxy J1 using Kingroot app, you have to follow the instruction below.
- First, you have to download and install Kingroot app on your android same as when you download and install other apps.
- Then, you have to activate USB Debugging by going to Setting, choose Developer Option and then USB Debugging.
- Now, open the Kingroot app.
- Wait for a minute and then there will be J1 and the model number of your smartphone.
- Next, you have to click on Root to begin the process of rooting.
- Wait until the process is done and if the process is complete, you will get a notification that your smartphone is successfully rooted.
Before you root your android device, it is important to know the advantages and disadvantages of rooting your device.
- By rooting your device, you are able to install custom ROMs and it means that you get a new device software-wise.
- You are able to remove pre-installed OEM apps.
- Rooting can ad-block for all apps.
- You will be able to install apps which are incompatible.
- You will have more display options and internal storage.
- Your android will have greater battery life and speed.
- You will be able to make full device backups.
- You are able to brick your device.
- There will not be more warranty.
- You will have root and super user access.
- Rooting can tweak risks.
- You will get update problems.
So, before you decide to root your smartphone, make sure that you know the risk that you will get after rooting process. And if you are okay with the risk, you are able to start rooting your smartphone.