If you tried to root your Android device and don’t know whether it is rooted or not. Then my friend you need to read this article until the end to find out whether your Android is rooted or not.
There are several ways that you can opt to find out if your Android is rooted or not. But keep in mind that not all methods are reliable, only a few numbers of ways are good and reliable that you can easily follow.
In today’s guide, we have listed the best way that you can try right away to check if your phone is rooted or not.
How To Tell If an Android Phone Is Rooted Or Not
As we all know, rooting an Android phone is not a simple task, especially if you’re doing this for the first time. If you’ve already rooted your phone, then you know you did it. It’s not such a thing you do by accident.
There are many people out there who want to root their device (Android smartphone or Tablet) for the purpose of installing new apps and to update their phone to the latest OS. But there are times when people follow the guide that they find online to root the device but, in the end, they end up confused about whether their device rooted successfully or not and to find whether the phone is rooted or not, the method is quite simple and straight forward. But there are still many people struggling to find out.
So, for all those, struggling to find out about their phone’s root status (whether it is rooted or not). Below you can find a guide of simple that you can follow to check your phone or even tablet is rooted or not. I am pretty sure, with this guide you will definitely find a solution that will get the job done for you.
3 Ways To Check If Android Is Rooted Or Not
Method 1: SU App
If you have already rooted your Android device, you’ll see a Superuser icon. Superuser is the app that manages your root access; the apps get installed while rooting the smartphone.
Search the name of this app on the app drawer. If it’s installed on the device, it is very likely that it is rooted. Of course, the SU app may simply be installed and not have been used to root the device. In that case, it should tell you as much.
Method 2: Root Check App
If the SU app could not be found on the device, install Root Check. It is a free app for Android which, as the name suggests, checks whether the Android device is root or not. Download the app from the Google Play Store and run it.
[appbox googleplay com.jrummyapps.rootchecker]
The first tab, or the Root tab, will tell you if the device is root or not.
There are other ways to check if an Android phone is rooted or not. The above methods are reliable and do not “hide” the root status of a phone or are confused with the app mentioned above. There are many other apps available on the Google Play Store that can check the root status of a device. You can take your choice if you want to.
Method 3: Check from PC
If you want to know about the root status of your Android phone from your PC, you can do so via the command prompt (Cmd). The process works, but it is necessary to have the ADB tools installed and the drivers for the Android device installed on the PC are also required. Also, you require to enable USB debugging on the device.
- Connect the Android phone to the PC. Make sure it’s turned on. Make sure USB debugging is enabled.
- Open the command prompt with administrator rights and run the following command.
adb shell su
The command will display you the root status of the device that you have connected to the computer. The following screen shows that the device is not rooted.
Among these three methods, you can check the status of your device’s root with complete certainty.
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And as always, be careful. Using root permissions is a great way to mess up your phone’s software if you don’t pay attention or do something without knowing what will happen.
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