How To Root Android - Let's Get To Know About Root Management Applications

How To Root Android one of burning Android related question in the Android community. Actually, you may see this question as one of the regular rooting questions as this is askes everywhere on the internet. Most of Android users hipe to end there rooting attempt after rooting app and there is only a little attention to things that should be crucially done after rooting. Here, we are going to talk about such a thing that needs more attention after rooting your device.


You have to pay more attention to a suitable root Management Application If your Android device has been rooted by now. Technically, you lose the default Android security which is provided by Android and the device manufacturer of your device through bootloader if you have rooted your device using recovery method. Because definitely, you must have unlocked the bootloader of your device to gain root access via the recovery method. The bootloader is the component that protects your device without letting your running unauthorized system updates on your device. An unlocked device is more vulnerable than a regular device. That is why you need a root access management application. Leading rooting solutions such as Magisk and SuperSU provide Root Management Applications itself to manage root access on rooted devices. Most of the time, SuperSU has been recommended by root app developers as root access management tools for their rooting tools.

What Do Root Management Applications Do

Whatever the rooting tool you are using, definitely it installs Su binary on your device to gain root access. After getting root access any app can access your system partion and run as root app itself without notifying since you have granted permission yourself through rooting. The main responsibility of Root Management Applications is making you aware of the app that requires root access and requires your permission to run the app. The available features of a root management app differ from each other although the key purpose is the same. As an example, Magisk Hide can be mentioned which is available in Magisk Manager for Magisk use to hide root access from specific apps. Also, SuperSU and Magisk Manager root management app help users to update the Su binary when needed. Also, specific features in root management apps help users to receive OTA updates without losing root access.


You may understand now, why root access management app is really important after rooting your device. Currently, almost all of Android rooting tools install a root management app itself after rooting. In case, your rooting solution doesn’t include management app, download suitable from form Google Play store or another reliable source