How to Replace Kinguser with SuperSU in Any Android

Kingoroot is the most popular one click root application for windows available so far. Do you want to know How to Replace Kinguser with SuperSU? In this guide, you will learn all about how to remove/replace Kingroot/Kinguser with SuperSU/Superuser app in any Android phone. Here we have managed to share the best way to replace the Kinguser app in your Android device with SuperSU (which is used by most people for managing root permissions). Replace Kinguser with SuperSu.

Also read : How to Enable USB Debugging & Unknown Sources Options in Your Phone

We already shared a tutorial to root any Android phone without PC, although I hope you rooted your device easily following our guide. In our method, I described the process of rooting using Kingroot app. But many users who have rooted their phone using this app are facing some problems. Because instead of SuperSU/Superuser, their phone posses KingUser to allows permissions for making changes in the root of your mobile.

Many people don’t like Kingroot because it’s a kind of unknown app so nobody trust on it. And it’s the main reason behind replacing Kinguser with Superuser. No one wants to give permissions to any unknown app to access their device root access. We shared an awesome Android tutorial to install the same app two times on Android. By this guide, you can run different accounts of the same app like Dual WhatsApp, etc.

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How To Replace Kinguser With SuperSU:

We are sharing a simple full step by step guide to replacing Kingroot with SuperSU in any Android. There are three methods which I am going to show to for replacing Kingroot with Superuser on Android device.

Method 1: Replace Kingroot with SuperSu (Simplest Way)

It’s the easiest and simplest way to replace Kingroot with SuperSU on any rooted Android device. You just have to install the SuperSU app from Play store and uninstall Kingroot from your device. That’s it. Let me explain step by step:

  • Open Play store.
  • Search for SuperSU & Install it.
  • Open it and give permission as a Superuser.
  • Now, uninstall Kingroot app.
  • Update SuperUser Binary and Reboot your phone.
  • Voila!! That’s it.

So, guys, it’s the first and easiest trick to replace Kingroot with SuperSU. But if this one doesn’t work for you, you can try out the second method followed below.

Method 2: Replace KingRoot with SuperUser using Supersu Me Pro App

To get started, make sure that you have rooted your smartphone or tablet and the device has Kinguser app installed in it.

Kinguser App In Android Device

Next, ensure that you have enabled Installation of apps Unknown Sources in your device by following this path: Settings -> Security -> Device Administration -> Unknown Sources.

how to enable unknown sources

1) First of all Download and Install Supersu Me Pro App on your device.

2) Open it, it will ask for Grant permissions, just click on Grant to give SuperUser permissions to this app.

3) Now, this app will show you Big Blue Android, just click on it.

4) It will start replacing Kingroot with SuperSU, it will takes maximum 2-3 minutes. So just wait for a while to complete its process.

5) After completing its process, it will automatically launch SuperSU app on your screen.

That’s it. It is another simplest way of replacing Kingroot with SuperSU. Now, You can Uninstall Supersu Me Pro app from your phone. Enjoy SuperUser instead KingUser on your phone.

Method 3: Replace Kinguser With SuperSU using Terminal Emulator

1) To get started, download “” file to your computer and extract it. Once you extract the .zip package, you will get a folder named “mrw” with four files in it.

2) Now, enable USB debugging mode in your Android device by following this path: Settings -> Developer Options -> USB Debugging. Once enabled, connect your Android smartphone or tablet with the computer and transfer the “mrw” folder to your device’s internal memory.

3) Next, download and install Terminal Emulator for Android from Google Play Store. Once installed, launch the application and enter the following command:


4) Now, a prompt message will show up in your device asking for root permission. Grant it.

5) Next, enter the following command in the Terminal Emulator for Android app:

sh /sdcard/mrw/

6) Now, you will get some error message initially but in the end, the SuperSU app will be launched. If not, launch the SuperSU app installed in your device manually and update SU binary. Once updated, reboot your device.

That’s it. Now you have successfully replaced Kinguser android app with SuperSU application. To confirm whether your Android device still has root permissions, use the Root Checker app from Google Play store.

If you encounter any issues while following this tutorial, do let me know via comments.

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