Android Rooted phone… What Does it Mean?
Rooted device testing helps you to test bugs for your rooted phone. Think you have an android phone, but it isn’t yours. You cannot do everything you want to do with your phone. You cannot change the basic software of the phone. Instead, you can just overlay changes on phone’s OS like you can install an additional app but cannot wipe out the apps presented by the manufacturer are of no use to you.
What does Rooting have to do with my Game?
Nowadays, we need root access to hack games involving the monetization at a major level. Using some apps, users can hack games, disable the ads, and do In-app purchases for free! Sounds surprising, right? Nope, not at all. This has been going on for years now. It’s kind of stealing someone’s hard work without their knowledge. That is not fair, Spawn Point doesn’t recommend you to do such illegal activities and also reccomend game developers to perform & include rooted device testing in their game testing procedures.
How can Spawn Point help in Rooted Device Testing?
Our team at Spawn Point specializes in Rooted Device Testing for your games and can help you learn about before the release of the game about the issues of the game that might get affected because of Rooted Apps. This will serve you notice vulnerabilities before the launch of the game and can support you preserve a lot of money.
Looks Interesting? Then you are at the right place for your project. For this purpose, Spawn Point provides 3-Day Free Trial to developers so that, they experience the testing before paying anything and putting your trust particularly.
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Ad-hoc Testing Ad-hoc testing focuses on the look, feel and ease of a game. Whereas, compatibility testing focuses on the display of hardware or software and allows the application to function.
Compliance Testing monitors the efficiency and reliability of the game on the end users devices. It’s one of the primary demands of the First Party app stores.
Rooted device testing helps you to test bugs for your rooted phone. Think you have an android phone, but it isn’t yours. You cannot do everything you want to do with your phone.