Have you ever tried to root your phone? NO!? Then you are definitely not allowing your phone to live up to its potential. Did you know that an Android smartphone, when rooted, is 10 times more powerful than the same device when unrooted? It might sound too good to be true but it actually is. Rooting gives you access to an abundance of options to improve the device. After rooting you can get options to tinker with the settings, make changes to the interface, optimize the battery, install custom ROMs, delete bloatware, and much more.
Rooting is something that you must do if you want your device to live up to the big bucks it cost when you purchased it. Today, in this post, we are going to show you how you can easily download SuperSU Zip and root your Android device using TWRP.
SuperSU happens to be a free utility which can be used to keep track of all the root granted apps on your smartphone. Basically, SuperSU gives you total control over your smartphone. Thanks to Chainfire, the real superstar behind this root utility phenomenon called SuperSU. Since SuperSU requires a rooted device, we will be showing you how to root your device.
- Download latest SuperSU – download
- Download latest SuperSU Beta (supported for Android O) – download
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How to install SuperSU zip using TWRP Recovery
- Download the latest SuperSU Zip file by going to the link mentioned above.
- Now, move the file to the root of the internal memory of your device.
- Turn off your phone and boot it into TWRP Recovery mode by pressing “Volume Down + Power” buttons simultaneously.
- Once the device is booted into TWRP Recovery, take the backup of the current ROM by tapping on the ‘Backup’ button and then selecting the partitions like system, data, and boot.
- Once the backup is complete, flash the SuperSU zip on the device by tapping the ‘install’ menu, then browsing and selecting the zip file. Swipe to confirm the flash.
- Done! You have successfully rooted the device. Now, reboot the phone.