One of the great things about Android is the ability to tweak and adjust so many different settings. A challenge for anyone looking to dig deep into their system to customize several settings is the plethora of tools needed to do so. XDA Senior Member J.Y.Daddy decided to do something about that and has produced Andromizer, an app that consolidates several tools and access to a litany of settings and tweaks into one location. Especially nice is the clean, logical user interface that make it easy to access the setting you want to adjust.
Andromizer will run on any device running Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean. However, your device does need to be rooted and BusyBox is required in order to run Andromizer. With the app you can adjust things like one-touch settings, the wifi scan interval, LCD density, and a variety of cpu and gpu tweaks to improve performance. Users have access to TWRP manager and Philz Touch Recovery functions like backup, restore and wipe.
If you want to give Andromizer a try, head over to the XDA Developer forum using the source link or head to the Google Play store. Just remember you will be responsible for any harm that comes to your device if you goof something up while tweaking and adjusting your device’s settings.