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How to root Android phone via SuperSU

Root Android Phone or rooting Android devices is a process to gain the root access (also known as privileged control) over various Android subsystems. The Android-running devices have an open source operating system, but it’s not completely open. The phone manufacturer companies add some restriction on their phones for safety and security.

Rooting is a process that allows you root access to your device and makes you a superuser. Rooting gives you more power and control just like the Administrator account on PC and Laptop. If you have PC or Laptop, you can create several accounts users and some accounts users have more power than others. There are advantages of rooting and also there is a disadvantage of rooting too.


  • The main reason why users root their Android phones because after rooting they can flash or install custom ROM or Kernel. Which means users can change Operating system versions or install latest and stable new operating system software. Custom ROMs allows yours more customization and increases battery life and phone performance. Custom ROMs are more user-friendly and gets update frequently than the Stock ROM.
  • Users can remove pre-installed (default) apps from their phone after rooting.
  • Rooting allows users to block ads during playing games and running apps.
  • After rooting, users can also install those apps which their phones not supporting. It also allows Android phone users to install those apps who required root access, after rooting.
  • After rooting their Android running device, users get more display options and more internal storage option.
  • After rooting, users can install Greenify app that close useless apps automatically to save battery and increase battery life and also increase devices performance.
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  • Rooting Android phone process can brick the device.
  • rooting void phones warranty.
  • Get root access is an amazing thing. but one wrong setting can cause huge problems.

Here in this article, you will find how to root Android phone via SuperSU. The SuperSU is a root access management tool that allows users root access permission o the directory of the system.


  •  Make sure your device charged up to 60%.
  • Make sure your device bootloader is unlocked.
  • This process will delete all your device data. So, make sure to take a complete backup of your device.
  • Make sure you have installed latest TWRP recovery on your device.
  • Make sure you have installed proper Android phone drivers on your PC or Laptop.
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How to root Android phone via SuperSU

  • Download the latest SuperSU .Zip file from the download section.
  • Now connect your phone and transfer the .Zip file to your device internal storage.
  • Disconnect your phone and reboot it in TWRP recovery mode.
  • Now tap on the install option.
  • Use Volume Up and Down keys for navigation and Power key for confirming an option.
  • Select the SuperSU .zip file and flash it.
  • Now tap on the wipe Cache partition, Dalvik Cache.
  • After that tap on the reboot option.
  • If TWRP recovery asks you install SuperSU again, tap on “Do Not Install”.
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That’s it. Now your Android device is rooted. You will see the SuperSU icon in your app drawer after rebooting. you can also check whether your device is rooted or not via Root Checker.

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