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Magisk – SuperSU alternative with more functions

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Root refers to the technology that allows user to obtain the Superuser permissions for Android operating system. Root enables user to bypass all kinds of limitations made by the phone’s manufacturers, to uninstall the numerous, useless apps that are pre-installed on the phone, and to run some applications that require superuser privileges.

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[v2.82] SuperSU – Completely manage your Android root permissions

SuperSU (AKA: 超级授权管理) is a professional and very popular Superuser access permissions management edge tool for Android devices that have been rooted. It was originally developed by Chainfire (full name: Jorrit Chainfire Jongma), later purchased by Coding Code Mobile Technology (CCMT) from China in 2015. Although it has stopped development and mysteriously disappeared from the Internet, it has reached the point where it can root Android 5.0/6.0/7.0 perfectly and easily without modifying the Android kernel.

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