[Direct Link] Download SuperSU 2.56

Here we will be sharing Direct links to Download SuperSU 2.56.You can flash this SuperSu Zip file via recovery in supported devices to get root access on android

Good News!!!Now Chainfire has released latest SuperSu v2.65 which comes with Auto patch.Now you can easily root Marshmallow devices by just Flashing the latest SuperSu.Download and Installation Guide >Download SuperSU v2.65 Marshmallow Root package & SuperSu v2.78 beta is available for Android N developer preview

What is SuperSU ->If you have an android phone and you know about root then you must know about SuperSu.This is developed by chain fire team.This is a must needed tool for rooted android phones.It should be installed on rooted phones to perform any other root related tweaks.

SuperSU is the Superuser access management tool.SuperSU requires a rooted device.SuperSU allows for advanced management of Superuser access rights for all the apps on your device that need root.

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Latest Update->There is now latest release of SuperSU is available for download.It is dubbed as SuperSU 2.56.This one avoids mounting your system partition, meaning no modification are made to it.This helps you keep your device ready for OTA updates, which require that no modifications are made to the system partition.We share all direct links below.You can easily Download SuperSU 2.56 from the given links

Download SuperSU 2.56


Want to know how to root marshmallow using SuperSU Follow this guide–>>How to Root Android M Preview in 5mins

Download SuperSU 2.56 (Link)

Download SuperSU 2.56

You have to flash this SuperSU Zip file via TWRP recovery or any other recoveries.

→ Now Follow this guide to Flash the SuperSu to get root access on you android device > How To Flash SuperSU using TWRP Recovery & Root Any Android device


Dibyashree Sharma
Dibyashree Sharma
An NIT Rourkela Graduate in CS, Blogger, Android Geek, and a Tennis Fanatic. I have been writing about Android OS for Last 8 years.

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