Guide to Replace Kingroot with SuperSU

A detailed step by step guide to replacing KingRoot with SuperSU on any Android Device. Rooting is one of those things that makes Android unique. Android, by itself, is one of the most [if not THE] customizable mobile operating systems out there. Because of its open-source nature, every manufacturer who decides to use it change it in a way they like and also include various options for customization as well. Apart from this, you can root your device to take complete control of your device. Rooting enables the end user to make changes to the system partition files thus opening the gates for endless customization.

Replace KingRoot With SuperSU

In recent times, KingRoot has become one of the most famous rooting solutions for ANdroid devices. The main reason is its simplicity. All you have to do it that you have to download the KingRoot app and initiate the rooting process. The app will automatically detect the phone and download the necessary files needed to root and then root the device as well. Pretty simple right? The issue comes after the installation. The KingRoot install itself as a system app and makes itself the permission manager which most users do not like. So if you are one of those users who has installed the KingRoot and is looking forward to replacing KingRoot with SuperSU, we have got you covered.

Necessary Downloads

You need to download the below files which we will make use of in the upcoming tutorial:

  1. Terminal Emulator App: Click below to download the same from Google Play Store: Download
  2. Replace_Kinguser_with_SuperSU Zip FileClick below to download: Download

Steps To Replace KingRoot With SuperSU

  1. Make sure you have installed the Terminal Emulator App.
  2. Extract the contents of the .zip file and keep the ‘mrw’ folder in the INTERNAL STORAGE of your device.
  3. Open the Terminal Emulator App and type su and tap enter. You will be prompted to grant root permissions. Grant them.
  4. Now execute the below command in Terminal Emulator App:
    sh /sdcard/mrw/root.sh
  5. Once you run the above command, the script will start running. If you see any error during the process, simply ignore them.

After the process completes, the SuperSU app will be automatically opened. If it does not, don’t worry, open it manually and you should be good to go!

By far, this is the most successful way to replace KingRoot with SuperSU on any rooted Android device.

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