Rooting devices for phone farming
This is where phone farming can become very complicated for the less technologically inclined, and I only recommend that a phone farmer goes down the route of rooting devices if they plan on having a larger scale farm in the future. Also, this does not have to be as complicated as it seems, and with the use of two simple methods we are going to discuss about rooting your devices I am going to try, and make this as simple as possible for you.
If you plan to have over 30 different devices then rooting your phone farm could be a good decision as it can help you to manage your farm more easily, and through the use of Kingo Root this can be done very quickly. Kingo root in itself is an APK file that can be sideloaded to your Android device after enabling app permissions for side loading apps. This basically just allows you to install apps from outside of the google play store. Think of it like your downloading a program for windows, and installing it.
Overall this is the best way to go about rooting your phones, with the Devices section of the Kingo Root website it can make finding rootable devices a walk in the park. You can check out all of your options for Kingo Root devices HERE
Lastly you have Towelroot which is another one click rooting APK file that allows you to root devices in a matter of seconds. The majority of my experience lays in working with Kingo Root but in the situation, that Kingo Root is not supported by some of the devices you have then finding an alternative can be your last option.
There’s a variety of different reasons to root your phone farm ranging from the removal of unwanted devices or allowing remote access, and while this may not be every person’s cup of tea I will leave it up to you for decided wether you think it is really necessary overall with the fact that you can still have various amounts of options for each task you might like to accomplish without even having to root your device. Such as Quicksupport versus VNC for rooted phones.