Rooting unleashes the true potential of a phone. It can help you tweak tons of material inside your phone. But when you begin the process of rooting, you need to be cautious with the kind of stuff that is happening in the backend as many a time we are not sure that the phone has successfully rooted or not and we begin with the process ahead. Root checker is the app that can help you understand if you have rooted phone correctly or not.
It lets you know if you have if you got the superuser permission. The app has helped over 10 million users to know if their phone has successfully been rooted or not. When rooting a phone, often time a file remains broken or there is some problem in the installation. Root checker helps you understand if there was any problem. Rooting can be dangerous as it may wipe out every information that you have on your phone so one needs to be sure before going ahead in the process.
If you have any application which is working on the superuser permission then you need to be aware that the app will show you if there is anything which has gone wrong. You may be asked to accept or deny a particular permission just to understand that the app is working or not. The app is very small and is only 8.16 MB but helps is available on the play store. You should for sure use the app if you wish to sure of the root done on your phone.
- Checks if the root was done or not
- Makes you understand if the superuser has been activated or not
- It also verifies if the root was done in the right way or not
- Lets you know what permission to accept and deny
- The developer is accessible via email and on other sites
For Android Users:
Download the APK from here.
|Root Checker APK||Details|
|File Size||8.16 MB|
|Last Updated||October 9, 2017|
|Requires Android||Varies with device|