SuperSU is a superuser manager app by developer Chainfire, which manages root permissions on your device once your device is rooted. Chainfire also created a flashable recovery zip file for SuperSU which contains the SuperSU app and the binaries required to get root access. What this means is you can flash the SuperSU zip via a custom recovery and get root access on any Android device. When you root your Smartphone, a small app called SU (Switch User) is kept inside the system and the user is allowed to run it. If you run the file without any other parameter, then it allows super users to have your credentials and normal user. After you have root access, you can remove the carrier bloat, you can update to the latest version of Android, even if it is not officially supported. You can overload your device’s CPU and GPU to get better performance. You can hibernate any app. You can reduce the CPU to get better battery life, and you will be able to improve every part of the software.

 How To Root Your Android Smartphone Using TWRP Recovery

Super SU:- Download

Magisk v14.0:- Download

  • Download the SuperSU.zip / Magisk v14.0.zip file from the above download links and Move the SuperSU.zip / Magisk.zip to Your phone’s internal storage. ” Don’t put the File in any Folder.”
  • Now you have to boot your Smartphone into TWRP recovery mode.
  • Press Power + Volume Down simultaneously As soon as the screen goes blank, release the Volume Down button and press the Volume Up button while still holding down the other buttons. Now TWRP will be opened on your device. 
  • First, make a backup of your all data using TWRP.
  • Now, Select Install and then select the SuperSU.zip or Magisk.zip file. Swipe right to flash the zip file and the installation of SuperSU or Magisk will be completed in a few seconds.
  • Now tap on the Reboot system button that appears at the bottom once the flashing is done. First boot will take some time which is normal and then your Samsung smartphone will reboot to system.
  • Now, you will have a SuperSU or Magisk app in your app drawer and you can open the app to see if you have proper root access.
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