As you know Motorola recently upgraded the DROID RAZR MAXX, DROID RAZR, and DROID 4 (international versions as well) to Ice Cream Sandwich, but one thing that we weren’t aware of until today is that Motorola has installed a root checker. In the image of the DROID RAZR (above) you can see a “qe 1/1″, which means the device is currently rooted. If you see a “qe 0/0″, it means it was never rooted, and if you see a “qe 0/1″, it means it was rooted at one time, but not now.
What Motorola will do with this information is unknown, but I guess it’s possible that you could be denied a replacement phone if you’re in need. It would have to depend on the Verizon rep booting into recovery though, and my guess is that most of the reps will never do it. It could also be something that Motorola will use for their own information when examining returns. Either way, it’s better that you know about it now than later. More images after the break.