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Should I root?

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1st May 2014, 02:05 AM   |  #11  
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If you don't have your own strong reasons to root, then no, you probably don't need to root.
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Thanks guys, perhaps I should wait untill the new 4.4.3 is released and then root.. since I do not intend to install a custom recovery.


Yes its totally up to you, but remember one thing there is more advantages and positive points for you if you root it.It will modify your apps and power consumption as well.
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