In my previous article I have explained you about rooting. If you don’t know about rooting then you can go through my previous post “Root Android”. As I said rooting an Android device gives you full access or control over your Android operating system. If you have noticed that by default you will not get rooted phones but your mobile might be rooted by its last owner. You can check whether your device is rooted or not using Root Checker apk. By installing Root Checker apk on your device you can get clear idea about your device’s root status.
Easily verify proper root whether superuser access is configured and working with the help of Root Checker apk. It is totally free to use and well known for its speed. Over 10 million Android devices used this application successfully. Root Checker will verify that the su binary is functioning well or not in allowing root access.
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- On some older Android versions (not on all versions) this application may not work or success rate is too low. So, it is better to install it on Android 4.0 or higher.
- Visit Google app store or Google Play store and search for the Root Checker apk. There you might find both free and paid versions of this application. Choose required version that you can afford and click on install.
- Now, wait until app is downloaded and installed completely.
- Try to notice app icon will appear on app drawer and open it.
- You can clearly see an option “Verify Root” hit on it and wait for a while.
- Finally you can see a message saying “Congratulations, you have root access on your phone”. This will only happen if your device is properly rooted else you will see other side of the coin. If you have seen message “Your device has no root permissions” that means your device is not properly rooted.
Finally if you have checked your device using Root Checker apk and found any one of the above mentioned messages that means you are successful with using this application. In case your device is not rooted and you want to root it now then you can know rooting process via “Root Android”