Onda V820w dual OS tablet PC comes with several bloatware on its Android platform. Luckily, Windows 10 does not have this issue. Anyway, it is possible to remove these pre-installed bloatware. But root access is required. No worry, you still can have them disable without root access. Basically, the end result is the same – inactive except these applications still take some disk space because they are not uninstalled. All Onda V820w bloatware can be installed and disabled without root access except Onda Launcher. If you really want to remove / disable it, please follow this guide to do so.
How to root Onda V820w tablet? Yes, I root most of my Android devices. Same apply to my latest dual OS tablet – Onda V820w (Windows 10 + Android 4.4.4). Thankfully, rooting Onda V820w is not hard and simple as ABC. And the rooting method is quite generic and maybe it will work on other Onda tablets with Android too like V919, V989, V891, V116w, oBook 10 and 11. Who know? Just try it to find out.
How to root Redmi 2? Yes, I always root my Android devices. Same apply to Xiaomi Redmi 2 that I have. Luckily, rooting Xiaomi devices is as simple as ABC. Even a person without much technical knowledge can do so too. This native root method is based on Redmi 2 ROM. There is several root files for official China and Global ROM. And it is based on ROM version too. Currently, China ROM version – V184.108.40.206.KHJCNBL, V220.127.116.11.KHJCNCB, V18.104.22.168.KHJCNCD and V22.214.171.124.KHJCNCD are supported. And Global ROM – V126.96.36.199.KHJMIBL, V188.8.131.52.KHJMIBL, V184.108.40.206.KHJMICB, V220.127.116.11.KHJMICD, V18.104.22.168.KHJMICD and V22.214.171.124.KHJMICF. By the way, rooting Xiaomi device does not void warranty. Therefore, feel free to root Redmi 2. Worst case, you need to reinstall everything with Fastboot…
Root access is a must have for Android devices. That’s what I always say. Xiaomi Android device has root access natively actually. However, it is disabled on stable ROM (enabled on beta ROM). Same apply to Xiaomi Redmi 1S. Just load the Security application, then go to Permission. You will find out that Root permission tab is grey out. Luckily, we can re-enable the root access back on stable ROM. And it is very easy to do so.
Want to root the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean? Yes, I just rooted Google Nexus 7 using Chainfire SuperSU with CWM. It should work on Nexus 4 and 10 stock ROM since they are pretty much the same. Can it? Just try it to find out.