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How to Know Your Android Device is Rooted or Not

If you want to know whether your Android device is rooted or not, then this guide is for you.

In this post, we will see the simple ways to find out this information. The process is too simple and it can be done quickly. Let’s get started.

Find Your Android Device is Rooted or Not

1

Install and open “Root Check” app. Now, you can see your device’s root status.

If your device is rooted, you can see this:

Android device is rooted

If your device is non-rooted one, then you can see this:

Android device is not rooted
2

Install and open "Terminal Emulator for Android" app.

Type the following command

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Press enter.

If your device is not rooted, you can see the error message.

If your device is rooted, you can see the screen like this:

Terminal Emulator app
3

If you have Mobileuncle Tools on your handset, then you don’t need any other app to make sure your device’s root status.

Open the Mobileuncle Tools app. While the app is opening on your device, you can see the root status of the device.

Mobileuncle tools showing device's root status

Unfortunately, this app is not available in the Play Store. You have to get it from the other trusted sources.​


Final Thoughts

Every method I’ve discussed here can give the rooting status. So try it out the method you prefer and get the rooting status of your device.

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