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rooted device

A device with restrictions removed to allow access to low-level functions. It often refers to an Android device (see Android rooting) or Apple device (see iPhone jailbreaking).
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Security policies can be enforced, such as preventing jailbroken or rooted devices from accessing the network.
Some rooted devices will be able to move apps to the SD card as well as uninstall pre-installed and system apps.
For people using rooted devices and had been working with a range of transition or animal scales, it is best to put these to 1.
With MaaS360, IT can block access to corporate data from jail-broken and rooted devices, locate lost or stolen devices, disallow unsafe applications and provide advanced capabilities to manage mobile devices accessing corporate data on Office 365.
As with any government agency, FDLE needed an EMM provider with maximum security capabilities, including enforcement of device authentication with PIN or password, enforcement of device wipe after multiple failed PIN/passcode entries and the ability to detect and block jailbroken or rooted devices from the corporate network.
Below are two methods to update the Nexus 7: for non-rooted and rooted devices.