Rooting an Android device is easy in most cases. If you will to Install custom ROMs, kernels, other patches or addons to your Android device, rooting is what you will need. A bootloader is a boot initializing component which is generally locked by the device manufacturer to avoid any messing around with the OS. Custom Recovery which is based on the device’s stock recovery with additional features.
Owning a Nexus device gives a sense of privilege because all latest updates of Android come to it first. The Nexus 5 is the thing of sensation in the world of Android, not only because it is a new phone but also because it comes with the latest version of the OS, Android 4.4 KitKat, as an exclusive treat.
Google published the Android 4.4 factory images for all Nexus 7 and Nexus 4 devices. Although an OTA update is currently being pushed out to Nexus 7 WiFi models. Don’t wait for OTA update you can go ahead and flash them onto your device to get Android 4.4. Here i tell a guide to flash android 4.4 on nexus 4.
Google recently announced the latest version of android 4.4 , Kitkat . While there a lot of time left for android 4.4 to arrive . Today Android is the most popular and domination operating system on cell phones and tablets. But its not only phones that can run android . How about installing android 4.3 from your desktop computer ?
Now that the bootloader on your Nexus 5 is unlocked, you are probably thinking about whether or not you should flash a custom recovery and root. If you decide that root is for you, we’ve put together a set of instructions for you to root your device in the old school, manual way. Its just like automated method just have to watch how it does.
Whenever we get a new Nexus device, our mind thinks two things immediately. The first is to unbox the device. Once we are finished there, we immediately go and unlock the bootloader. Why? Well, because unlocking the bootloader of a phone setting and making it all personal, we like to unlock the bootloader so that we don’t worry about it.