Samsung Corporation just a few days after the release of its greatest flagships; two great smartphones earlier this month, the Galaxy S6 and the S6 edge, which have been selling like hot cakes. Samsung has done quite a commendable job on cutting down on a bunch of bloatware in its newest TouchWiz vesrion.
Majority of customers are or usually root their new devices in order to disable apps that can’t be normally turned off. However, rooting your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge comes with adverse effects. Just what problem will you experience by doing this? Well rooting your S6 Edge or S6 will disable Samsung Pay, just like KNOX. Rooting your device breaches the devices’ integrity and this is why it is necessary for important and sensitive features like mobile payments to be controlled in circumstances like this that may arise.
Rooting gives the users access to the developers section of the files that make the smartphone work. Through this one is capable to alter or change certain codes. Samsung does not want the credibility of its newest service Samsung Pay breached or interfered with.
Unless if you don’t have plans of using the Samsung Pay, then you can root your gadget. Be careful however that you won’t access this feature up on rooting of either Samsung Galaxy S6 or Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
The rooting of your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge also is deemed to interfere with the Magnetic Source transmission which is the most of all the securest means of performing transactions. This puts Samsung’s Samsung Pay at a better place than its competitors such as Apple Pay which utilize the finger print technology to carry out transactions.
Well that said, always be careful while handling high tech issues such as payment systems. Also avoid system interference through rooting as rooting gives you more power to access the developer files.