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How To Change KingUser To SuperSU

If you was one of those who root their devices by using Kingroot or Vroot method and would like to remove chinese KingUser and KingMaster and related files. You can now replace it easily with SuperSU by following these instructions :

Disclaimer
This method is working on more devices but unfortunately not all

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How To Replace

  • Download Replace_Kinguser_with_SuperSU-v1.8.zip
  • Extract “Replace_Kinguser_with_SuperSU-vx.x.zip” to: /sdcrad/ directory.
  • Open “Terminal Emulator” and type:
    su
  • Enter
  • Give root permission to the emulator by tapping Allow.
  • Type:
    sh /sdcard/mrw/root.sh
  • Enter
  • 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

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.

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