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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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In this section, we revisit the work of checking rooted device mentioned in [14] and 92 rooting check applications we have collected from Google Play Store, as well as proposing some improvements and directions to enhance the effectiveness of this work.
It means that users with rooted devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop will need to reinstall the stock ROM in order to receive the future software updates.
Clockwork recovery is a very essential tool for all rooted devices as this app enables you to access your device's recovery mode.
A rooted device will lose root access soon after installing the official firmware, which makes it imperative to re-root the device after installing any official update.
* A rooted device capable of USB hosting via USB On-The-Go
In addition, the device will no more belong to rooted device after installing the firmware.
You can recover the warranty by installing any official firmware update on the rooted device.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 should now be a rooted device. This can be verified with the SuperSU by downloading any app from the Google Play Store.
2) The aforementioned custom firmware is not an official version therefore you should have a rooted device.
You do not need to perform the method on a rooted device.