It’s simple to install root access on your Android device after you’ve installed TWRP recovery. You may grant root-asking applications system privileges by gaining root access, and then utilize them for more sophisticated customization or productivity.
Xposed is one of the most important apps for root users, besides allowing for software backups and extra data. You acquire superuser access to your device when you root it, as well as the capacity to modify inaccessible system partitions.
The easiest method to gain root is through TWRP recovery. You only need to download and install the SuperSU file from the TWRP recovery on your device; this may also be done with other custom recoveries like CWM, Philz, Carliv, etc.
After rooting your device, you may use SuperSU to manage app root access permissions and restrict and enable app permissions. The SuperSU app allows you to limit and permit app permissions. Because root access is admin access, you don’t want any program to have it, so the SuperSU software is crucial.Let’s see the root process in flash now.
How to Root using TWRP Recovery?
- Download SuperSU file
This SuperSU file incorporates root files that are necessary and is compatible with all Android devices that have their bootloaders unlocked and a custom recovery such as TWRP installed. Supported devices
- All Android devices with a bootloader unlock and custom recovery (TWRP, CWM, Philz, Carliv, Safestrap) were installed.
Don’t try this one on any other device!
NOTE – Before following the steps below, make a backup of your important data on your device, in case something goes wrong. You are solely responsible for your device. We won’t be held liable if anything bad happens to your equipment or its components. Important files should be backed up before proceeding with the procedures outlined here.
- Make sure you have a custom recovery already installed. For help with TWRP recovery, see this. That’s the case for HTC phones; however, the procedure is similar for all devices that use fastboot to install TWRP recovery. Before you can install TWRP recovery, your device’s bootloader must be unlocked.
- Download the SuperSU file on your phone. If you’re using a PC, be sure to download it there as well.
- Disconnect the device from your PC.
- To access TWRP recovery, you must first reboot your device into recovery mode. The alternative method to reboot into recovery mode might differ based on the manufacturer. In general, it’s like this:
- To reach HBOOT mode on an HTC device, turn it off and then press Power + Volume down simultaneously to boot into recovery. Use the option there to reboot into recovery.
- Hold down the Power and Volume buttons for a few seconds to boot into bootloader mode on Motorola phones (you’ll see FASTBOOT AP at the top of the screen), then use the option in recovery to reboot.
- On Samsung phones, press and hold Power + Home + Volume up until you see the Samsung logo appears.
- To turn off your Sony phone, tablet, or laptop, power it down and press Power + Volume down until your device vibrates a little. Release the power button while keeping the volume down button pressed when Android appears in the middle screen.
- To power off your device, press and hold Power+Volume down until you see the LG logo appears on screen. When it appears, only let go of the power button for 2 seconds before pressing and holding it again while continuing to press volume down. When you see your personal recovery image, release both buttons simultaneously.
- For example, it’s similar to what you’ll find on the HTC One M9. Outside of this, Google is your best resource.
- Create a backup if necessary. After that, select the partitions you wish to back up and then execute the Swipe action at the bottom to begin backing up your phone! It would always be very useful in case anything unfortunate happens to your phone. Return to TWRP’s main screen by swiping down from the top left corner.
- Select SuperSU and then touch Install on the main screen of TWRP. After that, use File Explorer to locate and pick the SuperSU file. Simply swipe at the bottom of the following screen to root your phone.
- Tap on Reboot System to restart the device.
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