Why is my device status custom?

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Why is my device status custom?

If it says Custom then it means that the device has been changed in some way such as having been rooted or you have installed a custom ROM. The other way to view the status is to boot in to Download mode.

How can I know my device is rooted or not?

Use the Root Checker App

  1. Go to Play Store.
  2. Tap on the search bar.
  3. Type “root checker.”
  4. Tap on the simple result (free) or the root checker pro if you want to pay for the app.
  5. Tap install and then accept to download and install the app.
  6. Go to Settings.
  7. Select Apps.
  8. Locate and open Root Checker.

Why is my device showing rooted?

The message that you’re seeing saying your device is rooted may be related to Developer Options being enabled on your phone. Apps to check the rooting of a mobile device also need to be uninstalled from your mobile device before you can connect a Square Reader.

Can I Unroot my device?

Any Phone that has only been rooted: If all you’ve done is root your phone, and stuck with your phone’s default version of Android, unrooting should (hopefully) be easy. You can unroot your phone using an option in the SuperSU app, which will remove root and replace Android’s stock recovery.

What does official device status mean?

It means you’re running official firmware, not a custom ROM. Rukbat and Fulani Filot like this.

How do I get root access on my device?

In most versions of Android, that goes like this: Head to Settings, tap Security, scroll down to Unknown Sources and toggle the switch to the on position. Now you can install KingoRoot. Then run the app, tap One Click Root, and cross your fingers. If all goes well, your device should be rooted within about 60 seconds.

Why does my phone status says official?

Official means your phone is still using your official default OS from the manufacturer without any modification/tinkering.

What is device status official?

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