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[Latest] Download Official SuperSu v2.82 (SuperSu Zip and APK)

Written by Hassan Abbas

The latest Official SuperSU Zip v2.82 Flashable file and APK are now added (2019 Version). We have shared direct links to download SuperSU Zip ( v2.82). The Super Su v2.82 is now the newest official build of Chainfire’s SuperSu.Below we are going to share the direct download links of Latest SuperSU v2.82. Download Latest SuperSu v2.82.

In the previous versions of SuperSu v2.79 and v2.80, many people reported that they were facing issues like Root failure and play store not working which is now working fine in this version v2.82. There are two supersu files available the first one is APK which can be installed directly other one is SuperSu Zip flashable one which you can flash on your device with the help of TWRP recovery or any other recovery.

Some Of The Best Features of SuperSU

Here are some of the well-known features of supersu

  • Superuser access prompt
  • Convert to /system app
  • Complete unroot
  • Backup script to survive CyanogenMod nightlies
  • It also has per-app notification configuration
  • allows users to temporary unroot the device
  • works in recovery
  • always runs in ghost mode
  • wakes on prompt
  • allows users to permanent unroot the device

SuperSu APK

The Super SU app for Android is now re-added in the play store. It is totally free but there is a SuperSU PRO which is a paid app. As the name suggests the Pro version has a lot more features compared to the free app. Below we are sharing some of the features of the SuperSu app.

  • OTA survival mode (no guarantees)
  • Full color-coded command content logging (input/output/error)
  • Grant/deny root to an app for a set amount of time
  • Per-app logging configuration
  • Per-app user override
  • General PIN protection and Per-app PIN protection
  • Adjust auto-deny countdown

Changelog of SuperSu v2.82 SR1

The latest SuperSU v2.82 SR1  is now added. We have shared direct links to download SuperSU v2.79 SR1. The SuperSu v2.79 is now the newest official build of Chainfire’s SuperSu.Below we are going to share the direct download links of Latest SuperSU v2.79 SR1

Download SuperSu v2.82 (Latest SuperSu Zip + APK)

SuperSu vs. Magisk: 

Most of the Android users these days seem to prefer Magisk over SupersSu. The main reason is that Magisk uses the systemless method which allows the user to enjoy apps like Netflix, Pokémon Go, Google Pay, and others without having to sacrifice root access. It has a built-in module repository which is growing day by day. The cherry on top of the cake is that it has an open-source nature and receives frequent updates – some of the things every Android fan appreciates. SuperSu has many users these days and it still gets the job done. Magisk is taking all the right steps in making sure it eclipses the feats of SuperSu soon.

What is Rooting An Android Device Mean?

Rooting is the process of gaining full admin control of the Android device. You can use the device to its full potential,‘Rooting’ means giving yourself special privilege or “root permissions” on your phone. It’s similar to running plus grams as administrators in Windows.

After rooting your device you can install different MODs, kernel, ROMs on your device. You can install the latest Android updates (like the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow) On old devices by installing third party ROMs like CyanogenMod 13. You can overclock the CPU and GPU of your device to get the best performance. Also, you can hibernate any app you want. You can underclock the CPU to get a better battery life.

Android Rooting Process

Rooting may seem very difficult but it is not. In the earlier days, users were afraid to root their device as there were not many guides available and the process was very hard, but now things have changed. Nowadays, rooting is very simple and can be achieved in a few minutes. First, you have to unlock the bootloader, after which you can install TWRP recovery. After installing TWRP you can root the device by flashing supersu or magisk root file.

While rooting you have to be very careful and process with great caution, anything wrongs you may get your device bricked. If you want to root your device without a PC or Laptop using one click root tools, then you can follow our guide linked below.

If you are new to TWRP recovery and rooting then here we first share some facts about Android rooting.

How To Install SuperSU Zip using Custom Recovery and Root Any Android

If you don’t know how to flash supersu root file on Android using recoveries like TWRP and CWM, then follow the link below. We have a dedicated guide for that

Steps to Uninstall SuperSU Zip on Android Device:

It is very easy to remove the SuperSu from your smartphone completely.

  • First Open the  “SuperSU” app > Go to the “Settings” tab.
  • Now, Scroll down and find the “Cleanup” option.
  • To uninstall SuperSU click on “Full Unroot”.
  • A Prompt window will appear to confirm it
  • Tap “Continue”. Done!!!

Now Reboot your smartphone and the SuperSU should be gone.

Steps To Switch from SuperSU to Magisk and Pass SafetyNet


1. Before getting started, make sure you have TWRP recovery installed on your device.

2.  Copy/move the downloaded files ZIP files to the device

3.  Boot the device into TWRP. The different device has different booting methods.

4. Tap on the Install button, then browse to and tap the unSU ZIP file then Swipe the white arrows to the right to confirm

5. Tap the Home button > Tap the Install button again > Browse and tap the Magisk ZIP file > Swipe the white arrows to the right again

6. Tap the Reboot System button once it installs. You’re Done!


Hope this article was helpful to you. In case you have any doubts, leave them in the comments section. We’ll be glad to help you out.

Also Read: Guide on Download TWRP Recovery & Lineage OS 16 ROM Axon 10 Pro

About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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