DescriptionWelcome to Root Checker by Jared Burrows
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Root Checker is a small tool to check if your phone has root access after your first attempt at rooting your phone. This application displays verbose information that is needed in order to check if your phone is truthfully has root access.
Disclaimer: THIS APPLICATION DOES NOT ROOT YOUR PHONE.
Root Checker checks for root on your phone and has the following features:
✔ Detects if your phone has Root access
✔ Displays the following content:
✓ Device and Android Version along with the API Level
✓ Displays SuperUser Version
✓ Displays BusyBox and Su Versions
✓ User and Group Id
✓ SuperUser Location
✓ Su and Sudo Location
✓ Environment Variables
✔ Displays Phone's Build Information
Root Checker was made for users to easily check for root user access(uid = 0) on their phones! This will notify users of the information(listed above). This is a simple application that checks for root access by accessing the "su" binary that is installed on a user's phone. Also, the application, "SuperUser" must be installed and working properly as well in order for the process to work.
When running the application, the user will be prompted with SuperUser asking for root access on their device and the information showing root access will be displayed.
What is Root?
✔ Root is the equivalent to Windows user with Administrative rights. A user with the user id of 0 can edit any files and can create any changes.
Explanation of permissions requested:
✔ Internet - Ads
✔ SuperUser - Test for su