When you're sending texts, emails, and other messages from your smartphone all day, it's frustrating to get slowed down by typos and inaccurate autocorrects.Save yourself time, frustration, and embarrassment by customizing your autocorrect dictionary and managing settings.
Don't click on links or open attachments from unknown senders and be sure your device is updated with the latest security patches.
If you've upgraded to Android Marshmallow, you can access a built-in file manager. Find out when Android 6.0 is coming to your device.) Previously, you had to download a third-party app in order to manage your device's files.
Now you can dig into your files by going into the storage and USB section of your device's settings.
One of the benefits of rooting is that you can update your OS and access new features without going through your carrier. Known as bloatware, these pre-installed apps supplied by your carrier or sometimes the manufacturer of your device, often can't be removed without rooting your device.
Other benefits include the ability to remove built-in apps, access features blocked by your carrier, and much, much more. (See above.) If you don't want to root, there are other ways to deal with bloatware: you can uninstall updates to these apps to save storage space, and you can also prevent these apps from automatically updating.