How to Flash SuperSU using TWRP recovery and Root any Android device [v2.82 SR5]

If you have an Android device that is bootloader unlockable and have a custom recovery for itself, then congratulations! Your device is eligible for the world’s easiest method to get root access.

SuperSU is a superuser manager app by developer Chainfire, which manages root permissions on your device once it’s rooted. And thankfully, Chainfire has also created a recovery flashable zip file for SuperSU which contains the SuperSU app and the binaries required to get root access. What this means is you can flash the SuperSU zip via a custom recovery and get root access on any Android device.

Grab the latest SuperSU file from the link below and follow the instructions on how to flash it using TWRP recovery.

Download SuperSU v2.82 SR5 (.zip)

How to Flash SuperSU zip via TWRP Recovery

  1. Download and transfer the SuperSU zip file from the download link above to your device’s storage.
  2. Boot your device into TWRP recovery.
  3. Tap on Install and select the SuperSU zip file that you transferred to your device in Step 1.
  4. After selecting the .zip file, do Swipe to Confirm Flash on the bottom of screen to begin the flashing process.
  5. Once SuperSU is flashed, you’ll get Reboot System option, select it.

Congratulations! Your device should be rooted now. Look for the SuperSU app in app drawer.

To verify root access, you can download this Root Checker app from Play Store.

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  • Phineas

    How to I flash it with the other one? (not TWRP)

  • abhi nayak

    my mobile not root successful
    How root my mib.
    Samsung galaxy grand quattro gt i8522

    • John

      u must unlock the bootloader first

      • Amitesh

        You can’t flash TWRP file without unlocking the bootloader other website has assumed that you have unlocked bootloader flashed TWRP and downloaded the from the link to yoiu SD card

  • Bhanuka

    it’s not work for galaxy s3,s4,s5,s6

  • Bhanuka

    it’s work with TWRP recovery. without TWRP recovery not root.

  • Ken

    ty……have tried everything to root ZTE Zmax and this was the eaisest and worked well TY

  • JOhan

    Unable to root Gigabyte tm105 tried every possible way but failed everytime.

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  • Rjvimal

    thanks a lot!!! working GREAT!!!

  • Rajendra

    I flashed it and installed SuperSU in recovery mode but it is not shown in the system and its not rooted. I have tried installing many times but it is of no use.

    • vasu

      Did you mount the external card, if not first mount the card then you will see the zip file

  • Danny

    I do not get an install option in recovery mode. LG G3 6.0 Verizon.

    • Cygan

      Its most likely called different when you dont have TWRP

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  • int1422

    This one work for me. SM-N910C
    Thank you my friend.

  • dear,
    once (fastboot flash recovery twrp.img) see the problem (failed) (remot: server not allowed) how to solve this problems please help.

  • So, Ive almost gotten to the end, to flash the SuperSU zip, but everytime I try to enter recovery, I get the dead Andi with “No Command”. Any thoughts? Thanks.

    Moto X Pure edition

    • CK

      You are now on stock recovery. Flash TWRP first.

  • Zeltyc

    HELP! I did everything, the supersu zip file is in /storage/emulated/0 but when I enter recovery mode I just CANT FIND ANY ZIP FILE!!! 😭 I tried to put it at different places like in /storage/android/data (this is the only location my recovery mode is leting me access!) I am usin a Moto E2 (LTE) with android 6.0 Marshmallow.

  • rishabh

    hey thats nt work on my galaxy j7 …. supersu has failed what should i do??

  • nishant

    Any tool to install twrp recovery in OPPO f1

  • nishant

    Plsss help me … For installing twrp recovery in OPPO f1

  • i uh failed some how with the supersu part and now im stuck 🙁 please help

  • gabriel

    Buen trabajo, instalado y funcionando, gracias.

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  • Rudy

    I have followed the instructions and when I try to boot it I get a failed message. It says it can not verify whole-file signature. What do I do now?

  • Thanks for this. I’m just getting into rooting, and wondering your opinion on TWRP verses Titanium backup pro. My main purposes for rooting are not to flash custom ROMS, but rather to be able to create complete back ups including system and app settings, and all internal data and links to data on the external sd card. Will I have to use both TWRP manager and Titanium or just one of them to achieve this?

    I also hope to synchronize everything between two identical devices. Perhaps you can suggest a good complete synchronisation software beyond one of these two backup apps if that would be more suited for that part.

  • Works well on Android 7.1 Nougat device. Thanks. 😀

  • adnan

    Not working.. i have super su and it is stopped on the yu logo… by the way i m using yu yunique

  • Mark

    I followed the instructions and got to the part where i reboot into TWRP mode and install the supersu zip and it just says “install failed”

  • This worked For me. Thanks

  • Thank you. It’s working.

  • 1Ton

    Very well written easy to follow instructions. Thanks for writing this. I now have SuperSU installed on my Samsung Galaxy and have root access. Once again, thank you.

  • Rene

    This has been so easy and informative as I followed through these guidelines and managed to install a superUS, which enabled my phone to have root access. Thanks for these guidelines.

  • yogesh

    How to root lenovo k3 note please say something

  • Warner

    I did try but it didn’t work. My phone is Huawei Mate 9

    • skeltonh

      Same here. Huawei changed something in an update to keep device encrypted.

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