Giving root permissions is similar to being an administrator on your mobile phone.
Therefor some features and functions that are not available to the average user can be accessed through root permissions. For example, the user can delete preinstalled apps, adjust battery consumption or improve your devices processing. Manufacturers often prevent root permissions to control their product and ensure that no essential features are impaired. In addition, root permissions isolate certain applications and services within the system, preventing malware from accessing these sites and can also make data theft a concern.
If your smartphone does not have root permissions, it is recommended users do not attempt to allow root access since this is a violation of your device’s operating system, and can void your device’s warranty.