If you're looking to truly clean up your curvy new S6, or the flatter Samsung Galaxy S6, you might want to consider rooting it. Rooting, aka the process of gaining administrative rights on your device, can allow you to truly remove some bloatware from the device --instead of just disabling it. It'll free up memory - both of the RAM and storage variety - and that's just the beginning. If a custom recovery exists for your device, you can even flash newer versions of Android, remove Touch Wiz entirely, and more.
Regardless of where you intend to end up in the rooting world, gaining root access and getting that Superuser icon in your app drawer is the first step. Let's get started, shall we?
Root your android phone has nothing to do with damaging or hacking into the system it simply opens up the operating system to be used on a wider choice of apps.
Follow these steps on the video and you will be done in a few minutes!