Root Checker (by joeykrim) confirms that your Android device is rooted or not. A rooted Android device lets you do more with apps and games, and if you have recently rooted your phone or tablet but aren’t sure either it is properly rooted or not, then Root Checker app will do the job for you. Just download and install Root Checker app on your Smartphone or tablet and launch it. The app will analyze your device intelligently and will let you know either the rooting process was completed successfully or your device still needs a second rooting.
The current version of Root Checker Android app is v5.2.2 and you can download the APK file of this version at download link provided at bottom of this content. But before downloading the app to your Smartphone or tablet, you might be interested to know some more details about Root Checker v5.2.2.
ROOT CHECKER 5.2.2
Root Checker was last updated on October 20, 2014 (till we were writing this content) and after the last update, Root Checker now provides you these features. Please note that we haven’t listed all features brought by Root Checker v5.2.2. Only major features of this app are listed here.
Support for Latest Android OS: Root Checker 5.2.2 supports almost all devices. It has a great support for the devices with newest version of Android OS. If you have bought a brand new phone with latest version of Android OS installed on it, Root Checker will recognize and support that device too.
Identifies Root Access: Root Checker needs administrator or superuser privileges and when you launch the app with administrative access to your device, the app will start digging deep into your device’s configurations. After a very quick test of your Android Smartphone or tablet’s configuration, the app will tell you either your device is rooted properly or not.
Easy Root Test: Rooting an Android device isn’t an easy task for beginner users. Although this task is a harder job, but if you have managed to root your device by your own, the next issue will be confirming the fact either the device’s rooting process was completed successfully or not. Many Android users are out there who face big troubles to confirm this fact.
But Root Checker has made this task extremely simple for even basic users. Just download and install Root Checker (via APK file or for Google Play) on your Android device and simply launch it to know either you device was rooted properly or not.
Bugs? Here are the fixes: If you have installed Superuser or SuperSU previously, then the apps will prompt you while launching Root Checker either you allow the root access for the app or not. At that time, accept the access request so Root Checker will analyze your device to collect the correct information about your device’s root status.
We discuss enough about Root Checker. Now lets proceed to the free download links of Root Checker v5.2.2. At below provided download links, you can either download the full APK file Root Checker or you can install it from Google Play Store. Choice is yours. Both sources are free. Google Play Store is always a recommended source for downloading and installing apps and games, but if your device’s doesn’t support Google Play Store, then download the APK file to install Root Checker on your device.
Root Checker v5.2.2 Download Links: