SU Checker

SU Checker


This application checks your smartphone for superuser functionality.

"If you’ve ever attempted to root a device prone to difficulties or requiring a trial-and-error type exploit (the Motorola Droid X or T-Mobile MyTouch 3G Slide, for example) then you know how easily it can go wrong. Sometimes the operation fails and you end up with the superuser app installed but without actual root file system access. A quick search for ”lost root” on our forums yields an astonishing 274,000 results. Almost all the visible results link to posts where forum members believe they have lost root access, usually due to updating a ROM or accepting an over-the-air update.

XDA Member android_owl has created an app to help out in these all-too-common situations. SU Checker searches for and identifies Superuser binaries on your device in a flash. It can help check for root if you suspect you may have lost permissions. This great little diagnostic tool and time saver can be found in the release thread or on the Android Market here. Give it a try the next time and let the developer know what you think!
" - xda-developers.com 13/02/2012

Recent changes:
+ app redesign
+ replaced own su.utils-library with RootTools
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Free
75
3.8
User ratings
960
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
631 kb
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About SU Checker
This application checks your smartphone for superuser functionality.

"If you’ve ever attempted to root a device prone to difficulties or requiring a trial-and-error type exploit (the Motorola Droid X or T-Mobile MyTouch 3G Slide, for example) then you know how easily it can go wrong. Sometimes the operation fails and you end up with the superuser app installed but without actual root file system access. A quick search for ”lost root” on our forums yields an astonishing 274,000 results. Almost all the visible results link to posts where forum members believe they have lost root access, usually due to updating a ROM or accepting an over-the-air update.

XDA Member android_owl has created an app to help out in these all-too-common situations. SU Checker searches for and identifies Superuser binaries on your device in a flash. It can help check for root if you suspect you may have lost permissions. This great little diagnostic tool and time saver can be found in the release thread or on the Android Market here. Give it a try the next time and let the developer know what you think!
" - xda-developers.com 13/02/2012

Recent changes:
+ app redesign
+ replaced own su.utils-library with RootTools
Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 18, 2015
Su The is not working how do the game is not working
A Google User
May 9, 2015
TinKo 5star
A Google User
Mar 28, 2015
WTF This apps one big pile of s*#\
A Google User
Mar 20, 2015
ok
A Google User
Feb 9, 2015
I love it!! And the android is cute