Working with a rooted Android smartphone or the tablet.
What is supersu?
Guide to use the supersu app.
- · First of all, we advise you to prepare a list of the installed apps of your Android smartphone or tablet. These apps should also have the intention to have the root access permission to operate further. We recommend that, the list should be short, you need to have a few apps in this list. Try to include the apps that you only use frequently. Do not enter all the apps in this list.
- · Navigate to the settings bar of your Android smartphone or the tablet. In the settings, you better be to enable the “re-authentication” option. This is made for a special purpose. Re-installing and upgrading apps have a process to go through. Then the supersu app will again prompt the window. This will ask for the granting or denying process regarding the app. By enabling this option, you have to do it only once. When the apps are re-installing or upgrading, the supersu app will not ask for the root permission again.
- · The next task is about the revoking the permissions. Tap any app you desire from the app collection of your Android smartphone or the tablet. Then you can do the changing process of the supersu app prompt from grant to deny. This process will confirm the following process. The app will ensure you that, you will get the prompt, when you just launch the same selected app again.
- · The Android user will also have the ability to Disabling the root also. Users will get the opportunity to disable the power of the superuser app in your Android smartphone or the tablet. In this process, you have to click on the settings of the supersu app. Scroll down and then find the option named default access. Then you have to tap the option of change to. Then you can change the prompting text from grant to deny or deny from the grant.