When people root there Android they were wondering what to do now.So i will show you some essential things to do after root.
THINGS TO DO:
A custom ROM is a fully standalone version of the OS, including the kernel (which makes everything run), apps, services, etc - everything you need to operate the device, except it's customized by someone in some way.
So what does the "customized" part mean? Since Android is open source, developers are free to take stock ROMs, modify them, strip them of garbage, optimize them, add things, and pretty much do whatever their imagination and skills allow.
- More features are available Since customized ROM's are usually developed by Application Developers they usually bring out functions that they would have liked in the Stock ROM. These functions more often than not are features that advantage the common populace of customers. You might discover them useful as well.
- Accessibility of extra apps On android operating system mobile phones in particular there are programs that are not always available based on your company, the phone itself or limitations of the stock ROM. By running a customized ROM you open availability to the wide range of applications available for your OS.
- Upgrade till you can't upgrade no mo' One of the main benefits of a customized ROM is the ability to update to more recent versions of Android operating system. Unfortunately providers and mobile phone manufacturers will keep from enhancing firmware on mobile phones for various reasons, but customized ROM's tend to be a lot less heavy and with special remodeling by devoted developers, can force your phone to the verge of its abilities. By enhancing on the performance of the ROM customized developers can take more recent versions of the OS and blend their capabilities into a delicious form to take in new life into your aging mobile phone.
- More Customizations Hence the name "custom ROM." The customizations range from changing the look and feel of the phone with custom themes to more developer specific tweaks that aren't typically accessible with the stock ROM like overclocking the processor. There are some applications that also allow you to make use of features that your provider or the stock ROM doesn't help because of various constraints.
- Community Support While there's no formal support, most custom ROM sources have a community of people that offer help to the uninitiated. It's best though to do proper research before asking questions because some of the more "enlightened" members tend to be critical of questions that have enough wealth of information floating around in forums.
- You Can Brick Your Phone If you don't take enough care in what you are doing you can give your phone as useful as a paperweight. The techie term is "brick" your phone. There's a lot or reading that needs to be done to successfully load a custom ROM and if you miss some small but critical detail you may find yourself back at the mobile shop.
- You Void Your Warranty It should be obvious that if you change out the operating system of your phone you smashed through the confines of any valid warranty agreement. Typically you install a custom ROM at your own risk and you will have to accept the consequences of your actions. Now one else will
- Support Isn't Available From The Provider It may be pointless to try to get support from the provider when you have a custom ROM depending on the issue you have simply because the user interface on the phone itself may be completely changed and the support techs may have no clue of how or simply will not help you. You really won't have anyone to point a finger to if things go wrong.
- Phone Features May Not Always Work Depending on your model phone, it may be more difficult for developers to reverse engineer all the drivers that get several little features to work on the phone or they may even find it's not worth the while figuring it out. For example, my phone's trackball would light when a notification is pending when I used the stock ROM. I couldn't get this feature back when I loaded a custom ROM.
For as long as there have been PCs, there have been people overclocking them. It started off as a means to get more performance out of a computer than it was capable of straight off of the shelf. PC gamers have been overclocking their CPUs, RAM, and video cards since the beginning, always striving for a few more frames per second. Over the years, overclocking has even become a competition in itself.
What is overclocking? For anyone who might be unfamiliar with the term, “overclocking” refers to forcing a processor to run faster than its manufacturer’s specifications suggest. For instance, if you had a computer with a 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 processor, you could potentially overclock it to run at 3.5GHz instead, yielding significant increases in performance.
ADVANTAGES OF OVERCLOCKING:
1.Perfomance-OCing gives perfomance and thats what most people go after when they oc.
2.Cost-saving-Some people who have extensive knowledge about OCing do it to save money.For eg-Some people claim that they can get clock speeds upto 1GHz
when they oc.SGS has a clock speed of 1GHz(but when they overclock,they get better speeds :P I just put this one in so that people can have better knowledge)
DISADVANTAGES OF OVERCLOCKING:
1.Excess heat production-OCing produces more heat,nothing to be added
2.Lifespan decreases-By overclocking to extreme levels,you are actually killing your phone.Because of the excess heat generated,some interior parts may get damages.
3.Damage to GPU-Because of the heat generated(i think)
4.Excess Battery consumption-Because of the intense heat generated and the unusual number of charge cycles,battery consumption becomes high.As you might already know,Ace's battery is really suckish.With OC,its going to be even worse.
5.Permanent effects-If you were having weird effects when you OCed for a long time,you are not going to feel much better when you right-clock again
6.Instability-Stability levels of various phones vary :P Some get OC speeds near 1GHz while others are having trouble getting over 900MHz
7.FCs,Reboots and other errors-You have a chance of getting constant reboots and FCs when you OC,it depends.Some have even complainde of their touchscreen having complains when they switch to OC kernel.
A custom recovery is a third-party recovery environment. Flashing this recovery environment onto your device replaces the default, stock recovery environment with a third-party, customized recovery environment. This is a bit like flashing a custom ROM like CyanogenMod — but, instead of replacing your device’s Android operating system, it replaces the recovery environment.
A custom recovery environment will do the same things as the stock Android recovery. However, it will also have additional features. Custom recoveries often have the ability to create and restore device backups. Custom recoveries allow you to install custom ROMs. ClockworkMod even offers a “ROM Manager” app that allows you to access many of these features from a running Android system — this app requires a custom recovery installed to function.
Installing linux will take your device to next level.Your device will react like PC and you know what linux is its a beast.