ROM Toolbox combines all the great root apps all tied up into one monster app with a beautiful and user-friendly interface. It also adds many more unseen features!
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ROM Toolbox is capable of doing everything that ROM Manager does. In fact, ROM Toolbox actually operates by piggybacking off of ROM Manager’s code (you need the Manager in order to use Management functions in the Toolbox).
The App Manager part of ROM Toolbox is pretty neat as well. It lists all the apps on your phone, divided by system, user, running, and on SD card. The Toolbox can do just about everything that Titanium Backup can do (and a little more).
A root browser is extremely useful, especially for serious modifications. By default, part of the Android file system is inaccessible by the user. There’s a reason for this. It’s sort of like editing /system32 on Windows. However, that restriction is just annoying if you want to get into /system and you know what you’re doing.
Scripter and Terminal Emulator
This feature is more useful for developers and people who really know what they’re doing. Scripter and Terminal Emulator are two ways of executing changes to the Android system via scripts of specialized code. Scripter comes with scripts for the CPU information, mounting and unmounting /system, and rebooting the phone.
Average users might not get much out of this, but it is helpful. There are even options to create new scripts from scratch or download them from the internet. We found stuff for recovery safe mode, disabling the boot animation, hot reboots, wiping battery stats, and such.
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ROM Toolbox is, generally speaking, a highly useful app which can replace multiple apps on your phone. There are quite a few tools in the toolbox. Something in there is bound to help you with rooting and maintaining a custom Android build. We found it very helpful.
If nothing else, download it for the Auto Memory Manager. That’s one of the absolute best hacks on Android and should not be missed.