An IT technician is tasked with gaining root access to an Android device for a corporate client, in order to remove pre-installed software and install custom security applications. Which of the following should the technician be most aware of before proceeding with this task?
The device will automatically receive Android updates faster once it is rooted.
Rooting the device may void the manufacturer's warranty and expose the device to security risks.
Root access is only available through third-party applications found on the Google Play Store.
Rooting is only possible on older Android versions (4.4 KitKat and below).