For Android enthusiast or Android device owner with root access should know an app called SuperSU, it’s a superuser access manager app crafted by Chainfire, which allow you to grant or deny root access request for all the apps that need it. Almost all rooted devices have this app installed, this is all because almost every one-click root tools like Auto-CF-Root, Towelroot, IOroot etc., automatically install this app. But there is one problem that is often experienced by its users, sometimes it will show an error message “SuperSU has stopped”.
This problem usually occurs when you want to run the SuperSU, shortly after completing the rooting procedure, we find this issue after reading the feedback from Sprint Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note II users running Android 4.4.2 KitKat. Of course, this problem doesn’t appear on that two devices, it might happen to your device as well.
Some users on xda believe this problem exist in the SuperSU app itself, the app might be corrupted or not properly installed when we use a root tool on our phones.
Get the SuperSU has stopped issue fixed easily
To fix the SuperSU has stopped issue you can read the following trick, this guide based on a thread on xda.
- Download flashable SuperSU from here, it’s packaged in zip format.
- We need to unzip it first, then go to “common” folder from the extracted folder and grab the “Superuser.apk” file.
- Install the apk file, press and hold the Superuser.apk file, select “More” then “Install”.
- Now you should able to run the SuperSU, then head to Settings, scroll down to Clean up section and tap “Reinstall”, it will clean up previous installation.
- After that, visit Google Play Store and instal the new SuperSU.
Hope that it works for you to get the SuperSU has stopped issue fixed. On a Samsung phone, When you got KNOX message, just select YES.