We always told you, every Android device should be rooted because a rooted Android device such as smartphone and tablet will offer you complete control over your device and give you freedom of uses. You can then can install custom recovery (such as CWM recovery or TWRP recovery) easily, can use apps that require Super User permission, can tweak system file as well as can use hacks that cam improve certain things in your device.
We share several articles with rooting instruction here at Android Jinn. With little instruction how to verify that your device is rooted. But, today we put a complete guide that will help you to check if your device is rooted or not. For this we will use the well known but free app Root Validator. We peaking Root Validator app because it not only check root but also provide necessary information on Super User and Busybox.
How To Verify Root Access with Root Validator
- First and foremost you need to download and install Root Validator from Google Play Store.
- Now open Root Validator app from your app drawer.
- Tap on ‘Do I Have Root’ button.
- Wait few seconds. The app will ask you to grant root access if not done already.
- And that’s it! You will see a screen with result in front of you from where you can determine if your device is rooted or not. If rooted then the root field will be green along with information. Checkout the screenshot given above for a clear view .
So, this is very easy to use instruction to verify if your Android powered smartphone or tablet is rooted or not. Once rooted you can install apps that ask for super user permission such as Titanium Backup.