Root Checker is 100% working and configured with proper root (SU or superuser) access. It is fast, free, easy, and used on more than 10 million Android smartphones. It enables users to see whether root (superuser) is installed and working or not.
Download Root Checker 6.4.5 latest version to verify Root access. The best part of this app is that users can easily know whether the app is working and installed properly. It features intuitive interface so even a new user can easily check the device well as if it is rooted well or not. You can easily ensure that root setup of an app run properly.
You can use SuperSU on your Android device to see if the device can manage the root. With RootChecker APK, you can stay assured that app will automatically check the standard location of SuperSU on your device. Along with finding SuperSU, you can also ensure it is working well for root access.
What is new in Root Checker v6.4.5 (189?)
- Added swipe to refresh in Verify Root
- Added Root Basics Like buttons
- Rankings for “Most Popular”
- Performance improvements and bug fixes
- Welcome Screens for first timers
One tap to verify whether the device passes SafetyNet compatibility test.
And another tap to check battery charging/discharging current and voltage.”Root Checker” tab gives you an easy and quick way to check whether your phone is ‘Rooted’. Optionally it also gives you a detailed information about su and busybox executables.THIS APPLICATION DOES NOT ROOT YOUR DEVICE!!!”SafetyNet” tab verifies the device with SafetyNet compatibility tests. SafetyNet api is a part of Google Play Services Framework. Some apps use this api to check whether the device has been rooted or tampered. If your device is rooted or you have custom rom installed then your device won’t pass this test. There have been some methods to pass this check with rooted devices. You can get more information about how to hide root in relevant threads on XDA Forums.
“Battery Info” shows the battery charging/discharging current and also gives information about battery health, voltage and temperature.
BATTERY’S CURRENT MEASUREMENTS ACCURACY MAY VARY DEPENDING ON DEVICE. SOME DEVICE LACK THE APPROPRIATE HARDWARE SUPPORT!
Root Checker Basics Pro features
-Whether the app has root access
-Whether su is installed
-Location, Version, and Permissions of su executable
-Whether toolbox/busybox is installed
-Location, Version, and Permissions of busybox
SafetyNet Compatibility Test:
-Verifies whether the device passes Safety Net Compatibility Test Suite
-Charging/Discharging measures current(not all devices give accurate readings)
Pros and cons of Root checker Basic
Root checker basic is all that is needed to check if a phone is rooted or not. This is one application to have on the phone, you can know if a phone is rooted or not, and with just a single tap. The cool thing is, the application does not root your phone. The app surely can’t all be good, hence, here are some pros and cons;
- You can know if a phone is rooted or not
- It helps to know if the phone scaled through SafetyNet compatibility test
- It can check if your phone’s battery is charging
- There is also metric to show battery health, the voltage and the temperature.
- There are ads on the app, which might be distracting
Make sure there is a root checker basic on your phone, it is all that is needed to monitor the functionality of basic utility.
If you want to Root your device you can easily find root guides by searching in google.com. And also you can check forums on xda-developers.com
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Added “basic integrity test” to SafetyNet
Added SafetyNet and Battery Info shortcuts for Android 7.1 devices
Share root and build info
FC bug fixes
LG menu key bug workaround
Light and dark theme support
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