Rooting your Android phone using KingRoot method is very simple and easy, the process is just clicking a button and your device is rooted, but KingRoot App doesn’t use “SuperSu” App as a Superuser access management tool it uses another App called “Kinguser”, not only this it install another Chinese App called “KingMaster”
Many people don’t feel fine with “Kinguser” and “King Master” installed on their devices as they are unknown Apps for Android users, So if you want to get ride and uninstall/replace “Kinguser” with “SuperSu” App, we will show you how to replace it and get rid of “Kinguser” and related files.
- Rooted Android device with Kinguser App installed.
- Android Terminal Emulator App.
- Es File Explorer App.
- Replacing Kinguser with SuperSU tool ver 2.0, ver 2.4.
- Download the required zip tool, install “Android Terminal Emulator” and “Es File Explorer”.
- Extract “Replace_Kinguser_with_SuperSU-vx.x.zip” to: /sdcrad/ directory.
- Open “Terminal Emulator” and type:
- Give root permission to the emulator by tapping Allow.
- Don’t touch your device and wait.
- Once done, SuperSu App will launch automatically, if not launch it manually.
- Update SU binary by tapping CONTINUE > NORMAL, don’t click TWRP/CWM, wait until it finish, then REBOOT your device.
Rebooting isn’t required for Galaxy Note 4 and other devices which have temporary root (you will lose root access if you reboot your device).
Check your device’s App drawer, you will find that this tool replace Kinguser and related applications with SuperSU.
Download “Root Checker” App to check if your device still have root access or not.
- If you lose root access after running the tool re-root your device using KingRoot tool.
- Make sure you place “mrw” folder into /sdcrad/, if not it will not work.
- su and sh /sdcard/mrw/root.sh must be typed in lowercase.
- You can delete “mrw” folder after using it.
- Check Google Play Store if there is update for SuperSU App to install it.
- This tool should work on any device (HTC, LG, Sony, Samsung, …)