In this guide, you will learn How to Enable Root Access on CM13 / CyaongenMod 13 ROM on any android devices.CyanogenMod ROMs are pre-rooted ROMs.They come with root, but the root access is not active.You have to manually Enable Root Access on CM13.
CyanogenMod is the most popular and used third-party ROM for any android devices.The CM ROMs are developed by Team CM.CM ROMs come with no bloatware and they have a very close to vanilla android look but with some added tweaks which are very helpful.Nowadays people are rooting their phone to take advantage of the full potential of the phone.
The CyanogenMod ROM comes with an inbuilt Super User manager which let you disable root when not needed or selectively allow root access for either Apps only or ADB only or both.As I mentioned before this thing is disabled by default but you can easily enable this.Don’t worry the process is very simple and easy.
The latest CyanogenMod 13 a.k.a CM 13 also has this feature.Below I am going to provide full step by step guide to safely Enable Root Access on CM13 (CyanogenMod 13)
→ This Guide is only for CyanogenMod 13 ROM
How to Enable Root Access on CM13
Step By Step Guide
- First you have to Enable the developer option on your android device.To do so Go to Settings » About phone » Tap seven times on Build number.
- Now return back to Settings main menu and now you can see Developer options from there.
- Now open Developer options
- Look for Root access setting, and set it Apps and ADB or Apps only orADB only, as per your need.
- Done!!!!! Now your Device which is running android Marshmallow via CM 13 has full root access.
To verify the root status install Root Checker.