The’superuser’s privileges management tool known as SuperSU will provide us the ability to handle all of the privileges that are associated with the programs that we have installed and, more generally, will give us complete control over our Android terminal.
One of the choices that SuperSU puts at our disposal is the opportunity to ‘temporarily unroot’ our Android terminal. This is just one example of the many possibilities. Without the need to ‘unroot’ the terminal permanently, we will be able to make use of material that can only be utilized on non-rooted terminals as a result of this straightforward feature, which will allow us to do so.
This free version of SuperSU offers a decent variety of capabilities, but the premium version (which is accessible via the program itself) has even more choices, such as the ability to create password protection or employ survival mode. Those options are available in the paid version of SuperSU.
SuperSU is a very helpful program that aims to replace any other application that we used to handle our superuser rights. It does this by providing a user-friendly interface and a number of the most fascinating features.
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Steps to Install SuperSU Zip using TWRP Recovery
- Download and save the newest SuperSU zip file from above.
- Now Boot TWRP Recovery. (Press and hold Volume Down, Home, and Power). When your smartphone screen turns black, release the Volume down button and press Volume Up while holding the other two buttons. Press the 3 buttons until TWRP Recovery appears.
- Click “Wipe” in the TWRP main menu and “Swipe to Factory Reset” at the bottom.
- Return to TWRP, click “Install,” and pick SuperSU (zip file) from Step 1.
- “Swipe to Confirm Flash” to install the.zip file.
- As a new flashing procedure, this may take time.
- After installing SuperSU, click “Wipe cache/Dalvik” and “Swipe to wipe” at the bottom.
- From TWRP, reset your device.
- Done!!! Rooted. For the Alternate method, you can try installing Superuser using Magisk.
Root Checker from Google Play Store verifies your smartphone’s root rights.