Historically, rooting Android devices has been rather simple. Customers gain root access to the file system of the system through rooting. This enables customers to customize their devices beyond what is typically possible with an unaltered version of Android. Here, we’ll show you how to root your Android phone using the SuperSU application.

Requirements

Before we begin, there are a few prerequisites:

  • You’ll want to enable boot loader unlocking.
  • A tailored restoration must be implemented in your system.
  • You’ll want to download the most recent version of SuperSU. Ensure that you download the flashable ZIP file.

    Unlocking your phone’s bootloader is device-specific. We will not discuss these points in detail here.

Android Rooting

To begin, locate the SuperSU file that you just downloaded in the root directory of your phone’s storage. This can be accomplished by either directly downloading the file from your mobile browser or by connecting your Android phone to a computer and transferring it over.

Then, boot your phone into recovery mode by pressing the key combination on your phone. Now, using your customized restoration’s setup menu, select the SuperSU file from previously.

Root Android Phone Recovery Select File

Once you’ve selected the SuperSU flashable ZIP file, you’ll want to confirm that you truly want to flash it to your machine.

Root Android Phone Recovery Confirm Flash

After a few moments, you’ll receive confirmation that the file was successfully flashed to your machine. You can then reset your system by selecting Reboot from the primary menu of the TWRP recovery.

Root Android Phone Recovery Reboot

Your system should now be properly rooted. Hopefully, everything went smoothly. To ensure this is the case, you’ll want to run a quick test to determine whether your system has been successfully rooted. You should now be able to view the SuperSU app in the menu on your phone.

Root Android Phone Supersu Visible

To verify that your rooting procedure was successful, download the Root Checker program.

Root Android Phone Supersu Root Checker Icon

When you execute the application, you should see a SuperSU prompt requesting you to allow the application Superuser permissions.

Permit the program to run as a Superuser. On the app’s primary display panel, you should see that your machine is rooted.

Root Android Phone Supersu Root Checker

If none of these events occur and there is no evidence that your system has been granted Superuser permissions, you may need to return and attempt the rooting procedure.

If it does indicate that you have root access, you’re golden! You can now obtain root applications to your heart’s content. When you run a root app for the first time, you’re frequently prompted to allow the app in question Superuser access.

Simply allow the app Superuser access and you will be able to use all of its features.

Some Remarks about the SuperSU App

If you do not respond to the urgent in a timely manner, you will be unable to utilize all of the app’s features. If this was not intended, just open the SuperSU app, choose the app to which you wish to grant superSU access, and then click Grant within the “Access” section of the resulting pop-up.

Root Android Phone Supersu Change Permissions

You can do this with any root app that is currently running on your system. There are three entry options: Prompt, Grant, and Deny.

Finally,

Rooting is advantageous because it grants you complete access to your file system, allowing you to customize your system and install software in ways that are not possible with an unrooted system. If you simply want to remove bloatware off your phone, you may do so without rooting it.

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