How to tell If my Motorola Droid is unrooted or rooted?

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  1. patlax30

    patlax30 New Member

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    Hello!!
    As you can see, Im very new to this website but I have had my Droid for abour 6 months now...

    Here is my problem:

    My friend rooted my phone for me, and I thought it was cool for a while, but I decided that I wanted to go back to stock. He rooted my phone while it was still in 2.1, and when 2.2 came out, I downloaded it and my phone was still rooted. I then downloaded cynagoenmo6.1 and It was cool for a while. I then reverted back to stock image 2.2, and I cant tell if my phone is rooted or not? Will some one please help me? I will appreciate it greatly!!!
     
  2. spaz33g

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    You can download terminal emulator from the marketplace and type in "su" no quotes and then enter and see if a # shows up

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    Okay, I did and this is what it said:

    su:permission denied



    Okay, but then why is there still a Superuser icon on my phone? And I can still download ROM Manager? I thought you could only download ROM Manager if your phone was rooted..
     
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    oh, and are there susposed to be two $ marks when you open Terminal?
     
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    superuser app can be there and not rooted.

    same with rom manager. its just an app but it wont let u do much of anything
     
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    Yes there is supposed to be $$ when you enter te

    You can still download root apps from the marketplace even if you're not rooted its using them that you can't do.

    I would say you're not rooted.

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    Thanks so much you two ! one more quick question, would another good test be to try and download a ROM from ROM manager and see if it works?
     
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    I wouldn't touch it. If you want to do another test download a screen shot app and try to take a screen shot.

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    I downloaded a screenshot app and I took a screenshot and it said "error fb0". Is that good or bad in my case?

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    Well I've never seen that before but it would appear to me that your not rooted, as for if that's a good thing I guess that's up to you.

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    If you got denied when you typed su in terminal emulator then you're not rooted. If you have an alternate recovery image then you're partly-rooted; and in a sense you're more rooted that simply having root access. If you wish to be truly unrooted you'll need to get rid of that.
     
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    downloading it will do nothing bc its just downloading a file - no special permissions are needed
     
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    Okay well will someone tell me how to unroot my phone?

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    How unrooted do you want to get?
     
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