The root permission is comparable to the user of the mobile system administrator. That is, some features and functions that are not available to the average user can be accessed through the root permissions. With this, the user can delete apps that come standard with the phone, still modify the battery consumption or improve device processing. But the manufacturers often block the root permissions to increase the safety of the product and ensure that no essential feature is impaired, which may impede the normal operation of the smartphone. In addition, the root permissions isolate certain critical applications and services within the system, preventing malware from accessing these sites and make data theft a concern.
If your smartphone does not have root permissions, it is recommended that the user does not attempt to allow access, as this is a violation of the device operating system, which voids the device’s warranty.