This is an universal truth that KingRoot is too easy to Root your Android phone but proportionally it’s not so secure, not complicate with all apps and even you can’t use some Rooted apps. Then I was starting to find a solution to enjoy full advantage of Root. Thankfully, I got a best program, SuperSu which gives me complete administrative power over the various my android phone.
What is SuperSu
SuperSu was created by world-famous Android developer Chainfire. It currently holds an average rating of 4.5 stars out of 5 on the Google Play Store with a total of 250,738 reviews. It’s also been downloaded between 10 million to 50 million times. SuperSu is complicate with almost all apps, in android. KingRoot may cause some issues, while giving Root permission to apps but SuperSu works completely fine. So in some cases, SuperSu is better than KingRoot. SuperSu install a superuser manager app to manages root permissions on your device once it’s rooted. By Super user you can control which other apps on your phone get root permissions.
How to Replace KingRoot with SuperSu
This is the one of the best, and safer way to Rplace KingRoot with SuperSu. If you decided to switch kingroot with SuperSu then follow below instructions –
1. First of all install Terminal Emulator app on your Android phone.
2. After that extract the Replace_Kinguser_with_SuperSU-v2.4.zip file ( via ZArchiver ) and transfer the Extracted folder MRW to outer most directory in the internal storage and external storage both.
3. Open Terminal Emulator application and type the command SU and hit the enter button.
4. It will ask you to Root permission. After granting root permission you will have to type one single line of code –
5. Now, it will start running a script and you have to wait for some while, make sure that internet connection is enable on your phone.
6. When it’s done, go to your launcher screen where you can see that SuperSu app has been installed automatically. It will ask you to update SuperSu binary, click on continue button and select normal mode.
Managing Root Permissions With the SuperSU
When you reboot your phone, you can see the new SuperSU icon in your app drawer has come. SuperSU controls which other apps on your phone get root permissions. Whenever an app wants to request root permissions, it has to ask your SuperSU app, which will show you a request prompt to grant or deny. To manage root permissions, open SuperSU application on your phone. You’ll see a list of apps that have been granted or denied superuser access. You can tap on an app to change its permissions.
To make sure Root is working properly or not, you can download the Root Checker app and verify your rooted status. Alternatively, download a rooted application you’ve been wanting to try, and see if it asks you for superuser permissions then your phone have rooted with SuperSu. For example, if we open and try to add an app like Greenify (a handy battery-saving app for rooted phones). We’ll see this popup, asking for root access. If you click Grant and you get a success message, you have successfully achieved root on your phone.