[FREE] Get Root Checker Pro | What is Root Checker?


[FREE] Get Root Checker Pro | What is Root Checker?


Configure and function with Root Checker to verify proper root (superuser or su) access! Free, fast, easy to use on over 50 million Android devices, Root Checker shows the user whether or not root (superuser) access is installed and working properly.

This application provides a simple method for checking root (administrator, superuser, or su) access for your computer even the newest Android user. The application provides a very simple user interface that can easily notify the user if root (superuser) access is properly set up or not.

Root Checker is a simple application that allows you to monitor if the root of your device is just a few seconds away. It is easy to find out just like pressing a button.


It is the only thing Root Checker does that to check if you have Superuser privileges. So the root checker doesn't support you or anything like that to root your system. Root Checker just tells you about the status of your unit, nothing more.

It's a simple, very lightweight application. Even if its implementation is very limited, it is definitely very useful. For the time being, it's particularly interesting that you root your system and don't know 100% that you did it right. Root Checker will inform you in just a few seconds.

This application will test the system for root (superuser) access using a very easy, fast, and reliable method for over 50 million Android devices that have been successful. The SU binary is the most popular binary for granting and controlling root (superuser) access on Android devices. Root Checker can verify that the su binary is located on the computer in a common standard position. Furthermore, Root Checker will verify that the su binary functions properly in granting access to root (superuser).

Many times users have trouble downloading, configuring, and obtaining root access or uninstalling and removing root access along the road. The method may seem complicated to some users while the process may seem straightforward to others. Regardless of the technical skill set of the user, Root Checker can check quickly and accurately whether or not root access works at 100%. Certain words such as gaining access to the superuser or gaining access to the administrator often know the process of verifying root access. Root Checker covers all these terms as they relate to one core function so that commands can be executed with root access through the su binary.


If the Superuser control applications (SuperSU, Superuser, etc.) are enabled and function properly, they can prompt the user to accept or deny Root Checker's root access request. By accepting the request, Root Checker will allow root access to be checked and verified. Denying the request would result in no root access being recorded by the Root Checker.

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