Root Toolkit for Android™

Root Toolkit for Android™


Root Toolkit for Android™


I wrote this little root utility for myself to help consolidate and automate some root functions that are available in various other apps, but nowhere all together.

Note: this utility does NOT root your Android™ device--it assumes that your device is already rooted.


If you have problems or issues with the app, please contact me via [email protected] with as much detail as you can provide.


FEATURES:


* display current root and device state/status


* reboot options (normal, recovery, bootloader)


* power off device


* remount rootfs (/) and/or /system in read-write or read-only mode; note: remount behavior changed in Android™ 4.2 and higher that causes remount effect to not be usable by apps other than the one that initiated the remount


* save (protect) / restore root function; for 4.2 and earlier devices with ext2/3/4 /system partitons; for 4.3 devices, I've implemented Pau Oliva's 4.3+ keeproot.sh functionality; saving root for 5.0+ has not yet been
determined


* freeze (disable) or thaw (enable) an application (use caution when freezing a system app!); see Settings menu to enable display of system apps


* display system (getprop) property values


* calculate an MD5 or SHA1 checksum on any file (navigate to selected file, long-press filename, select desired action)


* options for selected Nexus devices:

-- flash a stock recovery
-- flash various custom recoveries
-- make recovery "stick" (keep stock recovery from overwriting your custom recovery)
-- identify currently installed recovery


* bootloader lock, unlock, status (select Nexus devices: Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2nd gen 2013), Nexus 10)


* small (


Warning / disclaimer: the author of this app is not responsible for any loss or damage caused by or related to its use.

If you are not comfortable with or knowledgeable about the proper use and functionality of this app, please discontinue its use and uninstall.




If you have any questions or issues, please contact me at [email protected]


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PERMISSIONS:

INTERNET - for downloading recoveries from the internet

WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - this is for the downloaded recoveries and work files used to identify which recovery is currently installed

ACCESS_SUPERUSER permission to support interaction with SuperSU (this permission is now deprecated)



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Android™ is a trademark of Google, Inc.

Recent changes:
[version 3.9 - 29-November-2014]:

- support making backups of small size (
- tweaks to Preferences/Settings menu items (disable inaccessible or non-relevant items)

- fun stuff: supported ability/option to change colors of main page icons

- several cosmetic changes, code cleanup
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About Root Toolkit for Android™
Root Toolkit for Android™


I wrote this little root utility for myself to help consolidate and automate some root functions that are available in various other apps, but nowhere all together.

Note: this utility does NOT root your Android™ device--it assumes that your device is already rooted.


If you have problems or issues with the app, please contact me via [email protected] with as much detail as you can provide.


FEATURES:


* display current root and device state/status


* reboot options (normal, recovery, bootloader)


* power off device


* remount rootfs (/) and/or /system in read-write or read-only mode; note: remount behavior changed in Android™ 4.2 and higher that causes remount effect to not be usable by apps other than the one that initiated the remount


* save (protect) / restore root function; for 4.2 and earlier devices with ext2/3/4 /system partitons; for 4.3 devices, I've implemented Pau Oliva's 4.3+ keeproot.sh functionality; saving root for 5.0+ has not yet been
determined


* freeze (disable) or thaw (enable) an application (use caution when freezing a system app!); see Settings menu to enable display of system apps


* display system (getprop) property values


* calculate an MD5 or SHA1 checksum on any file (navigate to selected file, long-press filename, select desired action)


* options for selected Nexus devices:

-- flash a stock recovery
-- flash various custom recoveries
-- make recovery "stick" (keep stock recovery from overwriting your custom recovery)
-- identify currently installed recovery


* bootloader lock, unlock, status (select Nexus devices: Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2nd gen 2013), Nexus 10)


* small (


Warning / disclaimer: the author of this app is not responsible for any loss or damage caused by or related to its use.

If you are not comfortable with or knowledgeable about the proper use and functionality of this app, please discontinue its use and uninstall.




If you have any questions or issues, please contact me at [email protected].


~~~~~~


PERMISSIONS:

INTERNET - for downloading recoveries from the internet

WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - this is for the downloaded recoveries and work files used to identify which recovery is currently installed

ACCESS_SUPERUSER permission to support interaction with SuperSU (this permission is now deprecated)



--------------------------------------
Android™ is a trademark of Google, Inc.


Recent changes:
[version 3.9 - 29-November-2014]:

- support making backups of small size (
- tweaks to Preferences/Settings menu items (disable inaccessible or non-relevant items)

- fun stuff: supported ability/option to change colors of main page icons

- several cosmetic changes, code cleanup

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A Google User
4 days ago
Loved it
A Google User
4 days ago
30 33
A Google User
5 days ago
Great app
A Google User
6 days ago
Not recognize as rooted phone I checked to ensure that my phone is rooted by using Terminal Emulator. It returned a # prompt when I entered $ su at the command line. This tells me that my Kyocera 5170 running 4.0.4 is rooted. However, when I have your app check my root status it states that it is not rooted. Why is that?
A Google User
Dec 13, 2014
Confused Will this help me give a root permission to activate a app