SuperSU is a permission manager root for Android devices. If you have access root On your smartphone or tablet, it is a virtually mandatory app. Since the arrival of Android 5.0 Lollipop, SuperSU and the apps that use it have been having some problems, verse 2.35 is enough to solve that.
The new version is already available on the Play Store, and should arrive Amazon Appstore soon. Although the app does not have many visual elements, version 2.35 has brought some changes, as the clearer theme, but still without the Material Design option. You can also choose the app icon for the launcher directly in the settings. SuperSU's problems with the new Android were due to the new SELinux security policies, which caused the app not to boot at startup; Now all of this has been resolved, and the usage experience should be clean and smooth.
You can install it directly from the Play Store and let the app update the binaries (via TWRP), or flash directly from the ZIP, which can be downloaded via this link. For more information, just take a look at the Chainfire website.
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