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Root simply means you gain access to the core files of the Android OS on your smartphone. With root access, you can modify or make changes to the core system and make the most of your Android device by personalizing it. Chainfire, a recognized developer in the Android community, brought root to the Android devices with his super user concept. The SuperSU project now has come a long way with support to Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware as well as the latest v 6.0.1. Listed here are the latest SuperSU files that will help in rooting your Android device running on any of the Android OS greater than Android 4.4 KitKat- like the popular Android 5.1.1 Lollipop firmware. Here, you will see how to root Android devices running on Android Nougat, Marshmallow, Lollipop, and KitKat.
A simple way to root any Android devices would be to download latest SuperSU version and flash via TWRP. For that, you will need the TWRP recovery setup and also need to unlock the bootloader on your Android device. This method is applicable to many Android devices from most of the manufacturers like Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony, Xiaomi, Huawei, YU, Motorola, and much more. Alternatively, you can simply install the SuperSU APK file from Google play Store and update the binaries, provided your device is compatible and have unlocked the bootloader as well.
Update: Download latest SuperSU 2.79 to root Android 7.1/7.0 Nougat. Also, new systemless SuperSU version 2.76 now available for download to root Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. This can also be used to root Android 7.0 Nougat on Nexus and other Android devices.
Download Latest SuperSU and CF-AutoRoot
Download new stable SuperSU v2.79 SR3 to root Android 7.1 Nougat
- Flash SuperSU v2.79 SR3 stable For Android Nougat
→ Download | SR3-SuperSU-v2.79-SR3-20170114223742.zip
Download systemless SuperSU v2.79 Stable
- Flash SuperSU v2.79 stable
→ SuperSU v2.79 stable — Download | File: SuperSU-v2.79-201612051815.zip
- For Android devices running KitKat or Lollipop:
SuperSU v2.46 — Download | File: BETA-SuperSU-v2.46.zip
You can also use the latest SuperSU on Android 5.1 Lollipop and Android 4.2.2 KitKat. Alternatively, you can simply install the SuperSU APK from play store and update the binaries if your device is compatible.
How to Root Android Device using SuperSU package on Android 7.1 Nougat / 6.0.1 Marshmallow/ Lollipop/KitKat?
If your device is compatible then simply download the SuperSU APK file from Google play store and update the binaries.
If the binaries fail to update, then you will need to download and install the latest custom recovery from TWRP via this download page. You will also see an installation procedure there or just visit it from this page. First, make sure you setup a custom recovery like TWRP before you proceed and take a full Nandroid backup. Once you backup, flash the SuperSU package from above. For a tutorial on how to flash the SuperSU file via TWRP, head over to this page.
Note: Make sure if your device needs a bootloader unlock. Most of the devices need an unlocked bootloader before flashing TWRP. Once TWRP is setup, then it’s no problem to flash the SuperSU package. you are all set to flash the SuperSU zip file.
If you are using Samsung device, the CF-AutoRoot is the simplest method and doesn’t need bootloader unlocked or even TWRP.
Download CF Auto Root For Samsung Galaxy Devices
CF AutoRoot Samsung Galaxy Devices:
CF AutoRoot Repository → Link | File: CF-Auto-Root-xxxxx.zip
How to Root Samsung Galaxy Devices running on Android 7.1 Nougat Marshmallow/ Lollipop/ KitKat with SFAR and TWRP?
If you own a Samsung Galaxy device and want to root it using the CG AutoRoot method, then download and flash the file using Odin method and put in AP section. We actually have a successful tutorial on how to root Samsung galaxy devices using CFAR. Check out this page.
If you want an alternative way to root a Samsung galaxy devices, then you will first need to setup TWRP recovery and then root your device by flashing the latest SuperSU package via custom TWRP recovery. To know how to root your device with TWRP and SuperSU zip file, head over to this tutorial. For a full tutorial on how to setup TWRP via Odin software, get to this page.
What’s New with SuperSU 2.79 SR3?
SuperSU 2.79 SR3 Changelog:
– Fix erroneously deleting SuperSU’s copy of app_process on 6.0 since 2.79-SR1
– GUI: Fix app_process requirement detection when supersu context used
– Fully eliminate sugote binary, no longer needed due to SELinux handling improvements in earlier versions
– Support /system/xbin/sush as default shell
– Adjust LD_PRELOAD filtering to exclude suhide’s libraries
– ZIP: Motorola: default to systemless mode
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