Is your Android Device indeed Rooted?

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If you’ve researched a lot about your Android device, you’ve probably read about the rooting procedure. Rooting is the superuser as long as when you root your Android, you’re simply adding a standard Linux function that was initially removed.

A small file called su is placed in the system and gives permissions so that another user can run it. It stands for Switch User, and if you run the file without any other parameters, then it easily switches your permissions from a normal user to that of the superuser. This practically means that you get complete control over your device; to be more precise, you have the chance to remove things that you don’t want on your device, you can access functions on your phone or tablet that you couldn’t reach before and enjoy amazing features that you only dreamed of before.

Many times users experience issues when it comes to gaining root access and it’s no shame to be one of them. For some users the process can seems extremely easy, while others find the procedure very complicated and need guidance. Today I am not here to show you how to root your specific handset – there are other guides for that on AndroidFlagship such as How to Achieve Root on AT&T Galaxy S7 Edge, How to Root your AT&T Galaxy S7, How to Root LG G5 with Android Root Pro, How to Root Galaxy S7 Edge G935F with CF-Auto-Root, How to Root your New Samsung Galaxy S7 G930F and many more, but I want to tell you more about a special app that can correctly verify whether or not root access is completely functioning on your smartphone or tablet.

With Root Checker things will be easier than ever. All you need is a single tap and you will immediately find out whether your device is indeed rooted or not. At the same time, I can assure you that that’s not the time to be talking about any errors.

I am telling you that as long as the Root Checker app follows a very simple procedure in order to determine whether you are rooted or not. It simply asks you for superuser permission or root access which practically means that if you are able to grant that permission you are obviously a superuser, so there is no doubt that Android your device is rooted.

So, the application provides a very simple user interface that easily notifies you if you have properly setup root (superuser) access, so you should give it a try with no hesitation!

Simply download the application from the link provided here provided and open it.

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Mike Blass