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  • Root (category CS1 Deutsch-language sources (de))
    Googles OS?". ZDNet.de (in Deutsch). 2011-05-18. Abgerufen am 2020-02-02.  "Android 4.3: Der Tod der Root-Rechte?". GIGA (in Deutsch). 2013-07-29. Abgerufen
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  • Google Play (category CS1 Deutsch-language sources (de))
    Bezahlfunktion (Update) - Golem.de" (in Deutsch). Abgerufen am 2020-03-01.  "Google Play – Wikipedia". de.wikipedia.org (in Deutsch). Abgerufen am 2020-03-01
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  • List of Android version names (category CS1 Deutsch-language sources (de))
    consistent. Android 4.0 and Android 4.1, for example, have different version names, but Android 5.0, 5.1 and 5.1.1 share the same version name. Starting
    5 KB (546 words) - 19:39, 22 November 2019
  • List of symbols in the notification bar (category CS1 Deutsch-language sources (de))
    Android-Hilfe.de (in Deutsch). Abgerufen am 2018-09-29.  "Unbekanntes Symbol / Zeichen in der Statusleiste! Was bedeutet es?". Android-Hilfe.de (in Deutsch). Abgerufen
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Root
Root, also named Root-Account or Root-Account-Access, in unix-like systems, including Android, means, that a user has full access to the operating system and the resources of it. The synonym term Root is derived from the linux user root, which, in the users- and rights hierarchy of linux, is the top element and therefore has wide system permissions. Root-user are also called Superuser. In Android, the root-access is deactivated by default. Using the...