I have a AT&T note 3 and have been looking into rooting it...... I have been researching all about it for a few weeks now and I am more confused now than I was 2 weeks ago.
A few questions I have are as follows
-1.....how safe is it to root.... I just want to be able to get my phone back to normal if I want to.... Especially if rooting is not something that I end up liking.
-2.....which method should I use to root? There are a few that I've looked into and they both seem credible to a certain point.... You can just research for a few hours and read countless bad points about almost any rooting method.. i.e. Kingo and odin
-3.....do I need a computer as in a home system? All I have is a note 10.1 2014 edition.... An ipad2....and a Dell laptop. I just don't want to get started and not have the proper required equipment..
4.....i have owned every iPhone up until 6 months ago and I bought the note 3 and it's been the best decision I have ever made considering phones.... I have grown to love every thing about the note 3 and the Android way of life..... By rooting my phone am I going to have to get used to a entire new way of using my phone? I love using Nova for my launcher, will I still have that or is everything different with a rooted device
5.....can I still purchase the same apps using the play store as I do now or am I limited to only buying apps that require a rooted phone..... I think I know the answer but with all the reading I have done I am lost. I think everything stays the same as it does now but I just now have better access to my phones abilities
I have already researched numerous Android and rooting websites..... I am looking for the opinion of my fellow Reds brethren.... Have you rooted your phones, what and how do you use, have you had any negative dealings with your rooted phone?
I am open to all and any advice... Links to other websites are great but I'm sure I've read from that site..... I'm putting more trust in your opinion than I am the opinions of those websites where I don't have trust..... I trust you all, strangers or not I'd rather listen to a reds fan as opposed to a android fan boy