hello friends today Iam going to share with you the best apps for rooted android. SuperSU is the Superuser access management tool of the future ; !!! SuperSU requires a rooted device !!! SuperSU allows for advanced management of Superuser access rights for all the apps on your device that need root. SuperSU has been built from the ground up to counter a number of problems with other Superuser access management tools. Features include: – Superuser access prompt – Superuser access logging – Superuser access notifications – Per-app notification configuration – Temporary unroot – Deep process detection (no more unknowns) – Works in recovery (no more segfaulting) – Works when Android isn’t properly booted – Works with non-standard shell locations – Always runs in ghost mode – Wake on prompt – Convert to /system app – Complete unroot – Backup script to survive CyanogenMod nightlies – Icon selectable from 5 options + invisible – Theme selectable from 4 options – Launch from dialer: *#*#1234#*#* or *#*#7873778#*#* (*#*#SUPERSU#*#*) NOTE: Not all phones take both codes. On some phones you need to use single *# instead of double *#*# The Pro version additionally offers: – OTA survival mode (no guarantees) – Full color-coded command content logging (input/output/error) – Per-app logging configuration – Per-app user override – Grant/deny root to an app for a set amount of time – PIN protection – Per-app PIN protection – Adjust auto-deny countdown SUPERUSER This is meant to replace Superuser (if installed), you use either one or the other. You cannot combine them. Statements that this breaks Superuser are therefore completely nonsensical
lets you choose from hundreds of custom load animations to install to your rooted device. A boot animation is the loading animation that is played when your device starts up. Root access is required and your device must be compatible to install custom boot animations.
Boot Animations Features:
Hundreds of beautiful boot animations for superusers
Install boot animations from your SD card.
Convert an animated GIF to a boot animation.
High-quality boot animation previews.
Auto install a new boot animation each time your device starts up.
Modify boot animations (custom dimensions, background color, frame rate).
Compatible with the CyanogenMod Theme Engine. ** PLEASE NOTE: SAMSUNG IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH BOOT ANIMATIONS Frequently Asked Questions:
Is my device supported? A: Your device must be rooted to install a boot animation. Some manufacturers, like Samsung, use a different boot animation format (QMG) which is not compatible with this app. You do not need root access if you are running a ROM with the CyanogenMod theme engine.
The boot animation doesn’t play. How can I fix this? A: Some Android devices use different install locations. You should find your current boot animation location and change it in the app’s preferences. How do I restore my original boot animation? A: The app will backup boot animations by default. If you want to restore your original boot animation, click on the “Backups” menu item, select your animation, and click “Restore”. Before installing a boot animation you should backup your ROM in recovery. Quick Reboot *** This app requires root access to work *** If you do not have a rooted device can’t be used. If you do not know what “root” is, please do some research about. Please do not leave a bad feedback because it’s not an app’s fault. Advanced reboot options are not available in your ROM? Bored from being forced to use ADB or terminal to enter advanced modes? Forget everything! This application gives you access to all the advanced reboot options in one single place, you don’t need to type commands in terminal or do anything else. Also provides a widget for your home screen, reboot has never been faster. Starting from the 1.4 update, shortcuts are available!
Head over your launcher’s actions/shortcuts menu. Additional features: – LG Smart Bulletin support (G3, G4, G5, V10 and G Flex 2) – Shortcuts to run specific actions – Two themes to choose independently for app interface and widget, light and dark – Show and hide reboot options individually Options: – Normal reboot – Enter safe mode – Fast reboot (UI/apps) – Reboot to recovery – Reboot to bootloader* – Power off – Restart SystemUI *fastboot mode for supported devices, download mode for Samsung ***Warning*** Fastboot mode (reboot to bootloader): its behavior cannot be handled by this app who only provides a way to enter it. The device may not allow the user to exit it without ADB, for example in case of non-removable battery or unavailable reset by long pressing the power/lock key. In case you are stuck in fastboot mode, grab a computer and do the following: 1- Install ADB and fastboot from https://goo.gl/abtKRv 2- Make sure you have installed the proper USB drivers for your device and connect it to the computer 3- In a terminal window, type fastboot reboot and press enter Alternately, let the battery discharge until auto power off. Safe mode: Android will temporarily disable all the user apps including Quick Reboot. To exit it, reboot or power off your device with the built-in power menu accessible by long pressing the power/lock key. CF.lumen adapts the colors on your Android device based on the position of the sun, or your custom configuration.
NOTE: Android 5.0 is now required. Versions up to v3.16 that support 4.4 KitKat are still available from the XDA thread (see far below). Performance drop since v3.60? Turn on performance mode. When using the default settings, your display will get a warmer tint (lower color temperature) when the sun is down, vastly reducing strain on the eyes. Blue light makes your brain want to stay awake, and a lower color temperatures reduces the amount of blue displayed; using this in the evening reduces your brain’s effort to keep you awake at night. During sleeping hours by default a red filter is used. Red strains your eyes the least, and retains your night vision. Light sensor The light sensor can be used to automagically adjust the color: switch to the sleep filter in full dark, or to the day filter (usually none) under bright lights. Because light sensor quality varies wildly between devices, a calibration option is provided to experiment with. Color filters Several filters are provided. Those named after a color (red, green, blue, …) do not limit the display to those colors, but convert the displayed image to grayscale first, then display that image in levels of the selected color. This preserves details that would otherwise be lost. Grayscale, invert colors, temperature adjustment and custom R/G/B adjustment filters are also provided.
Colorblindness The master color filter setting also has an option for colorblindness enhancement, with settings for protanopia/anomaly, deuteranopia/anomaly and tritanopia/anomaly. These options in theory enhance clarity and color detail. No claims are made to the effectiveness of these filters. These filters were thought up by Google engineers, CF.lumen just includes them. Pro version Upgrading to CF.lumen Pro will support my developments, remove all nags, unlock the option to start at device boot (make sure you test your configuration first), and unlocks notification options. It also enables Tasker integration. In Pro mode, the notification adds convenient buttons to quickly disable the current filter or switch to sleep mode, and you can switch the notification to when enabled mode, which shows the notification only when a color filter is active. In non-Pro mode, the notification only asks you to upgrade to Pro. It may seem that notification is just there to annoy you, but it actually prevents Android from randomly killing the background service taking care of all the work. Getting rid of it without getting the service killed can be done by going to Settings -> Apps -> CF.lumen and unticking Show notifications. Having Chainfire3D Pro (ancient) installed will enable Pro. Performance When no color filter is active, there should not be any noticeable performance impact. When a filter is active, impact depends on device and what you are doing. On some devices we have tested there was no performance impact at all, on others it was slightly noticeable. It also depends on the driver in use.
Future Keep in mind that Android’s rendering system changes over time. You should be aware that this app may simply stop working on future Android versions without the possibility of a fix. Scary permissions By far most permissions are used only for Google Maps to set your location, and Google Play to provide for In-App Purchases. I cannot make any claims as to what information the Google components do or do not send to Google servers, but no information is sent to me or anyone else (than Google). DiskDigger can undelete and recover lost photos and images from your memory card or internal memory. No rooting necessary!* Whether you accidentally deleted a photo, or even reformatted your memory card, DiskDigger’s powerful data recovery features can find your lost pictures and let you restore them. You can upload your recovered files directly to Google Drive, Dropbox, or send them via email. The app also allows you to save the files to a different local folder on your device. * If your device is not rooted, the app will perform a “limited” scan for your deleted photos by searching your cache and thumbnails. * If your device is rooted, the app will search all of your device’s memory for any trace of photos, as well as videos!
DriveDroid allows you to boot your PC from ISO/IMG files stored on your phone. This is ideal for trying Linux distributions or always having a rescue-system on the go… without the need to burn different CDs or USB pendrives. DriveDroid also includes a convenient download menu where you can download USB-images of a number of operating systems from your phone (like Mint, Ubuntu, Fedora, OpenSUSE and Arch Linux). Around 35 different systems are available at this moment. You can also create blank USB-images which allows you to have a blank USB-drive. From your PC you can store files onto the USB-drive, but also use tools on your PC to write images to the drive. Notes • This application uses features of the kernel that may or may not be available/stable on your phone. Tests have shown most phones work without problems, but please keep in mind yours might not (yet) work out-of-the-box. • Most kernels support emulating USB drives, some support emulating CD-rom drives and kernels with the right patches support both. • Most Linux-related ISOs can be booted from USB drives, but some ISOs can only be booted from CD-rom drives or require some kind of conversion.