Mar 24, 2018
MD5 Hash of the app
MD5 Hash of the cert
Android 4.1.x and up
Jun 07, 2018
The description of Root Checker
If you are looking forward to checking whether your Android device is rooted or not, ‘Root Checker’ is the best app for you. Install it to verify your root or SuperUser (SU)’s configuration. Root Checker is completely free for you to use. It is very speedy and easy app. Root checker is used on more than ten million Android devices. If your SuperUser is not appropriately installed or correctly working, the Root Checker detects it right away.
No matter if you are using it first time, RootChecker gives you the simple methods to check your device and access root, administrator, or SuperUser (SU). If you have not set up your root or SU access properly, it will certainly notify it. Root Checker is a user interface app. It uses a very stable and reliable method which has been experienced on ten million Android devices before, and then tests your devices for root or SuperUser access. The methods of testing are too nippy and rapid. It has being admired from every user of it so far.
The most frequent binary that is used on Android devices is SU binary which controls root (SuperUser) access. RootChecker checks and confirms if the SuperUser binary is positioned in its standard place or not on the devices. Besides, it checks and verifies the proper functioning of the root access.
If you are a new user, you may find some troubles along the path of installing, and if you are a regular user, you may do it quite easily because of your experience and will not find any complexities. Nevertheless, how skilled or untrained you are, Root checker is always there for your help. It verifies if the SuperUser access is working 100 percent in a correct and rapid way.
There are some different terms for the process of confirming SuperUser access. These are ‘Gaining Administrator Access’ and ‘Gaining SuperUser Access’, for instance. As these terms are some other names of the same functioning, so Root Checker covers them all. Rootchecker is also able to run commands via SuperUser Binary with root access.
After you have installed the SuperUser management applications, such as SuperSU or SuperUser, etc., and start working with them, RootChecker, with the help of these applications, will ask you to reject or accept the root access request. If you accept the request, RootChecker will start verifying and approving your root access. While, on the other hand, if you reject the request, RootChecker will not root any access.
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