Replace Kingroot With SuperSU On Android Smartphone: Complete Guide

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I probably need not tell you the advantages of rooting your Android smartphone over and over. There are many to mention, but if you want me to summarize it in a single sentence, I would say – “Rooting your smartphone will enable you to unleash its real potential.” So there you go. However, assuming that you have already rooted your device using Kingroot and now want to replace Kingroot with SuperSU on your Android smartphone, I’m going to detail you exactly about the same.

replace kingroot with supersuIt is observed that most users who had actually rooted their Android smartphones using Kingroot were actually not much satisfied. Kingroot seems to have failed in delivering all the needed permissions that you get after you root your smartphone. SuperSU, on the other hand, is one of the famous and most trusted tools to root an Android smartphone. So there’s no big surprise that you wanted to replace Kingroot with SuperSU. You’re not alone in this.

Methods To Replace Kingroot With SuperSU

There actually is more than one method to replace Kingroot with SuperSU.

The first method I’m going to share with you now is the easiest and needs no technical knowledge or PC. Yes, you could replace Kingroot with SuperSU without PC (or laptop).

But, there is a higher probability that this method might not work. There’s no harm in giving it a try, right?

We claim no responsibility if your device enters into bootloop during the process ! Procedd at your own risk.

M1: Replace Kingroot With SuperSU Without PC

As I have already mentioned, this method to replace Kingroot with SuperSU might probably not work with your device, as it fails usually with a lot of devices. But this is the easiest method and it takes not more than 2-3 minutes of your time. So, better give it a try before you directly try replacing Kingroot with SuperSU using the second method.

Follow the below steps to replace Kingroot on your Android smartphone.

Note: This method might not work as expected !

Step-1: Open “Play Store” on your smartphone.

Step-2: Install “SuperSU“.

Step-3: Grant SuperUser permissions to SuperSU.

Step-4: Uninstall Kingroot.

Step-5: Update SuperSU binary.

Step-6: Reboot the device and you’re done !

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M2: Replace Kingroot With SuperSU With Script

100% working method

This method is the most trusted one to replace Kingroot with SuperSU. But you would need to do a few things to successfully replace Kingroot using this method.

A little time consuming it is but not complicated. Even as a beginner, you could do just fine by focusing on what you’re doing.

So, in order to replace Kingroot with SuperSU using PC, you’ll have to download the below files.

  1. Download Terminal Emulator For Android.
  2. Download Replace_Kinguser_with_SuperSU-v2.4.zip file.

Note: If you’re on pc, you need to have winrar to proceed !

I am assuming that you’re on PC and have WinRar installed.

Step-1: Now that you have downloaded the files, extract the .zip file. To extract the file, “Right-Click” on the .zip file and click on “Extract Here“.

You will see a folder by name “mrw“. Copy the folder to your device’s internal storage. Make sure you put it in the root and not any sub-directories.

Step-2: As you have the “Terminal Emulator For Android” app already installed, open it and enter the following command.

Command To Be Entered: Su

You would be asked to grant the permissions. Grant the permissions to remove Kingroot from your device. After granting the permissions, enter the below command.

Command To Be Entered: sh/sdcard/mrw/root.sh

Note: You might see some errors, ignore them !

Once you’ve entered the above command, SuperSU will automatically be launched. If it doesn’t, open it manually.

After launching the SuperSU, you now have to reboot your device. On successful rebooting, you will find SuperSU installed by replacing Kingroot on your Android smartphone.

Note: You might probably need to update SuperSU after rebooting the device.

Round Up

So there you go, two methods to replace Kingroot with SuperSU. I would recommend you to go with the second method. It is not difficult but needs a little more attention to detail and few files to download. However, if the first method worked for you, consider yourself lucky, as it usually fails. If you face any problems, please comment below and we will try to solve your problem at out knowledge.

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