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How to get root access in android ?. While I am trying su or sudo in my samsung galaxy core phone ,I am getting /system/bin/sh :sudo :not found

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  • You have to root your phone. Search (here or on Google) for "How to root <your phone>". – GiantTree Mar 8 '15 at 17:23

You first have to root your device in order to have root access.
I'd suggest you to have a look here.
Do check for supported devices here [as per devices, samsung galaxy core is supported. Do cross-check whether you own the same model or not]

  • I haven't done rooting in my device till now.In that case ,do you mean that none of the applications currently running in my mobile phone ,including anti virus is having root access ? What I mean is that, although I haven't done rooting in my mobile phone, how a privileged application like anti virus is running in my mobile ? Or is it running with limited privileges? – BusyTraveller Mar 8 '15 at 19:10
  • Rooting your device gives YOU administrative rights. Means once you root your device, you can explore your device's system files, tweak them, explore all you installed-apps data, install custom ROMs, etc. All the system files are hidden in UNROOTED device. You do not have permissions to access those files without root. – Ozitrick Mar 8 '15 at 19:23
  • If this helps you understand more about android root. Hope this helps. – Ozitrick Mar 8 '15 at 19:26

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