How to replace KingUser with SuperSU
KingUser and SuperSU are both come in the same category; they are installed in a system/app to manage root access. After you root your Android phone or tablet, you will get the full access to the entire system. As a part of rooting process, your rooting tool will generally install an app to manage root permissions like KingUser and SuperSU. This application plays an important role in managing root access. It provides an interface where you can control which app on your device get root permissions. For further whenever an app requires root permissions, it has to ask SuperSU or the similar tool on your device which pops up permission prompt. This app effectively manages which apps get these root permissions. This tool controls access to this command to gain raised permissions.
KingUser works just like SuperSU, it manages root access on your device at ease and uninstall in-built apps which takes up memory on your device.
Features of KingUser
- Manage root access on the device with new material design
- Uninstall in-built apps which take up memory on your device
- Choose which apps to run at startup
- Smart authorization
However SuperSU by Chainfire is a free app for rooted Android devices just like KingUser which easily and efficiently manage root permissions for all the applications on your Android. It is the best feature-rich alternative for root management tools like KingUser. Unlike other tools which are limited in their features, SuperSU comes bundled with many important features.
Features of SuperSU
- Enhanced Superuser access prompt
- Superuser access notifications
- Superuser access logging
- Always runs on ghost mode
- Notification configuration comes per-app basis
- Deep process detection
- Temporary unroot support
- Works when Android is not properly booted
- Works in recovery
- Wake on prompt
- Works with non-standard shell locations
- Always runs in ghost mode
- Wake on prompt
- Complete unroot
- Backup script to survive CyanogenMod nightlies
- Launch from dialer: *#*#1234#*#* or *#*#7873778#*#* (*#*#SUPERSU#*#*)
Installing a root management tool is pretty simple, but if you are going to replace a certain app with another it takes a few steps to follow. With this piece of writing I am going to show you how to replace KingUser with SuperSU application using Super-Sume application on your Android. For this process you need to have a correctly rooted device.
The Pro version additionally offers
- OTA survival mode (no guarantees)
- Full color-coded command content logging (input/output/error)
- Per-app logging configuration
- Per-app user override
- Grant/deny root to an app for a set amount of time
- PIN protection
- Per-app PIN protection
- Adjust auto-deny countdown
The dialog and bolster string can be found on XDA-Developers
Replacing KingUser with SuperSU guide
Step 1: Download free version or pro version of Super-Sume application on your android.
Step 2: Once it is successfully installed on your device, open it.
Step 3: After you launched to the application, it will ask you for the root permissions. Then tap on “allow” button to continue.
Step 4: Once Super-Sume is fully launched, you will be able to notice the screen with a blue Android button.
Step 5: Then tap on the Blue Android button to start the replacing process. (It will take around 50 seconds to finish the replacing process successfully)
Step 6: SuperSU application will launch automatically as immediately the replacing process is completed.
Step 7: Now you will notice KingUser application is deleted from the application launcher and there you will find SuperSU.
And if you need to check whether SuperSU is functioning correctly or not by using any root checker applications. Also you can remove Super-Sume application from your device once KingUser is replaced with SuperSU.