File system rights has little to do with rooting. All that is rooting is not something I can write in this small space but file/folder permissions is not about rooting.
Rooting can help in removing unwanted apps but rooting does not mean these apps will show up in Android Manage Apps control panel. Sometimes you have to change folder permissions, edit arcane files and more to blow away an app.
-> Get to a forum that does rooting all that time like XDA Developer and be careful. That is, if you demand answers they will not answer or flame you. There's a lot to learn and it won't fit in this small text space.
After successfully root (SonyXperiaE3_D2203_android 4.4.4_v18.5.C.0.19) with Kingo Root should be access to all functions available. But this is not so, although Root Checker's report (see http://i.imgur.com/LTLpzxp.png http://i.imgur.com/hKAnNSi.png).
Total Commander or another file manager has not greater rights, Link2SD does not move applications to the sdcard, Uninstall does not delete unnecessary applications, etc. SD Maid as one of the serious-looking programs in the list of root status denies. Obviously there will be some hitch that I don't know.
How to solve it to be ok? Is there still a need something done? I cannot figure in it, please advice experienced users.
Thanks for any response