To root a smartphone or tablet with Android is to gain access to the depths of the system, is now not too difficult, thanks to numerous tools such as CF-Auto-Root. Whether the root process, however, has actually works, can be only a test, or the execution of an app to find out the root access is required.
With a rooted Android device, applications can be run and change system parameters, which would not be possible without access to the innermost system. Although so is also the danger associated that apps take advantage of the root access and get full access to the system files, in principle, this risk can be curbed but with root app such as SuperSU.
But before it ever comes to the allocation of rights, the rooting must first be carried out. Whether this has worked, can be find with a simple test:
- If you want to check with a root app if you have access to the root directories with the Android device, an administrator rights such as SuperSU should be installed.
- Then the corresponding app can be installed and tested if it works. If this is not the case, hit the root probably attempt fails.
- More certainty create root test apps such as Root Checker indicating immediately whether apps can gain system access.
- They can also be checked with the denial of the root privileges if the administrator rights to work properly.
Download Root Checker from Google Playstore