SuperSU is the superuser access management tool for managing the root access prompts by the Android Operating system when a root directory or file is attempted to modify by the user. The SuperSu app needs the device to be rooted, and it pops notifications on the device to grant or deny permissions to the apps. It is a plain and simple app that manages all the advanced operations on an Android device.
Chainfire, the famous developer of the SuperSU has released the 2.0 update to the SuperSU binaries. It’s been exactly a month from today to the previous update which was the V1.97 update and the changelog this time is huge. This update fixed many issues in CWM/TWRP binary updater, binary detection issues on Jellybean or older devices and many more.
The Update is still suffering from a couple of issues in the latest AOSP build which may be solved in the next update. You can view the changelog of the SuperSU V2.0 from the XDA link provided below.
Changelog → Visit Page.
So if you want the latest SuperSU on your device, then download the flashable SuperSU zip file from the download link provided below and flash it via a custom recovery.
SuperSU V2.00 → download link.
If you’re not sure on how to flash the zip file from a custom recovery, follow our definitive guide on same from the link below.
Flash Zip files through Recovery → Visit Page.