Android Root apps
Root applications are special utilities that help Android users to get Superuser (SU) rights. It means that you can get the highest privileges of your device and change system files. You can also launch apps that you couldn’t run without Root. SU rights extend capabilities of your mobile system and let you execute additional functions.
The list includes applications for rooting such as Framaroot and Baidu Root. They work on Android devices and don’t require PC connection for rooting operation. However, they don’t guarantee the output result. Some mobile phones are not allowed for rooting via these applications. Besides, you should be very careful because your mobile system can be insecure after rooting. Many developers don’t recommend using high privilege mode because it raises security risks and vulnerability of Android operating system. Don’t root devices that store an important data and information.
There are also programs that help you to manage and control SU rights for rooted devices. You can assign the Root access for a certain application and check the status of your system to verify Root on your device. But these apps are not allowed you to get high privileges. They only can manage SU rights and verify Root status.