KingRoot, without a second thought, is one of the most popular one click root app available for Android. Its popular as its efficient and able to root your device in a single click. However, KingRoot doesn’t have a superuser access; it requires two unknown apps- ‘Kinguser’ and ‘KingMaster’ to be installed on your Android devices. In this article, we will teach you how to remove/replace KingUser with SuperSu.
Why SuperSu is being preferred over KingUser?
Both KingRoot and SuperSu can root the device in a single click. KingRoot is capable of rooting devices from Android 2.3 to 5.1. Also, rooting your device using KingRoot is an easy and simple process. You must have Kinguser as a root manager, if you have rooted your device with Kingroot one click root tool. SuperSu is also a root manager similar to Kinguser. Unlike Kingroot, SuperSu permits users with proper root permission. All rooted app gets root access. That’s why, many users want to replace/remove KingUser with SuperSu.
If you want to remove/replace the Kinguser with SuperSu follow the below mentioned guide. The process is mentioned in easy steps.
How to Remove/Replace KingUser with SuperSu
WARING: Any damage that may occur to your Android device while following this tutorial is the user’s responsibility. We will not be responsible for any damage
1: Android device rooted correctly. It doesn’t matter if its rooted by using KingRoot or any other one click application.
2: Your device must have more than 50% of the battery.
3: Working Internet connection.
4: Android Terminal Emulator App.
5: File Explorer App.
Step by Step Guide to Remove/Replace KingUser with SuperSu
Step 1: Download the .zip file of SuperSu.
Step 2: Install the app on your device.
Step 3: Open the Supersu-Me app.
Step 4: The app will ask for root permission. To continue, tap on the ‘Allow’ button.
Step 5: A big blue Android circle icon will appear on the screen.
Step 6: Click on the big blue Android Circle icon to begin the replacing process.
Step 7: In a minute of two it will either remove or replace KingUser with SuperSu.
Step 8: After KingUser is either replaced or removed, SuperSu will launch automatically.
Step 9: Using the root checker application, you can check the status of root access.
Step 10: That’s it. Now, your rooted Android-based device has SuperSu instead of KingUser.