"Root check" in ICS?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by jimbarr, Aug 30, 2012.

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  1. jimbarr

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    In an article I saw today on Google news, they discuss a new "root check" in the Droid Bionic version of ICS that can reveal if a device is not rooted, rooted, or has been rooted in the past.

    I know that later builds of ICS change the security methods, and I suspect that this is part of what we have encountered here.

    Anyone have any more information about this? Is this even an issue?
     
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    There's already threads about this.. please follow the link ^^^ closing this thread.
     
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