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Default Top root apps for S4??

Been a while since I've gotten into the root game. I'm back into an S4! So what do you guys think are the best apps I should download?? And what do they do?

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Each app is different as are people's tastes in apps. You will have to decide what you need/want. Best app/ROM threads are not really allowed on XDA. You are required to research and find what you should use.

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Been a while since I've gotten into the root game. I'm back into an S4! So what do you guys think are the best apps I should download?? And what do they do?

Thanks in advance!!

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Like what was mentioned, be careful not to ask questions with "best mods/tools/apps/elephants/bananas for the <insert phone model here>". Mods won't like it.

However, these two forums should be able to help you:
1. General
2. App Dev

... and Google of course. Good luck.
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Oh okay. Thanks alot guys for the positive feedback. I'll take a look.

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If you have to ask this question why did you root in the first place? I ask that in all seriousness. You're risking bricking your device by rooting if you mess something up, why would you take that risk if you're not sure what root does.
 
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pguillory -

The question you should ask is "Do I need root and what would I use it for?"

My easy first answer:

Titanium Backup.
ES File Explorer

(BTW, there really is very little risk bricking it if you use the easy method. Search forum for the thread.)
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