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You can download SuperSU 2.82 APK / ZIP file (latest stable build) from this page. This release comes with several new features and bug fixes. SuperSU, the root utility, has been recently updated to version 2.82. This release comes as a quick-fix build as users reported multiple issues with previous releases which include 2.80 and 2.81. The main center of these issues were Sony Xperia users who experienced bootloops or no root at all.

Chainfire has addressed other issues but has advised Xperia users to stay with SuperSU version 2.79. This release focuses on other bugs such as no root on older Android versions and more. We expect Chainfire to come up with an even more detailed build soon to fix all the issues. You can download the latest SuperSU ZIP and APK from below. The zip file is the flashable package and APK can be installed on rooted phones.

SuperSU has been the premier addon as it provides root functionality which in turn provides access to hundreds of root apps and more mods. You can use the links given below to download latest SuperSU 2.82 in APK as well as ZIP flashable format. If your phone isn’t rooted, we advise you to download and install the flashable SuperSU 2.82 package through a custom recovery like TWRP.

Download SuperSU 2.82

Download SuperSU 2.82 ZIP + APK

As mentioned before, there are two ways you can download SuperSU 2.82 and both have been linked right below.

The SuperSU app is universal to Android phones and tablets, and isn’t restricted to a certain model.

The ZIP flashable file is mainly useful when you need to install SuperSU or root an Android phone using a custom recovery like TWRP. If you already have root access and only need an interface to run commands or execute root functions, then go for the APK version. SuperSU APK would install the Android app on your Android device.

UPDATE: There is a new successor to SuperSU, called Magisk. It supports all the new Android devices with support for new Android updates, such as Android 10. You can download mods using the built-in Magisk Manager. So if you have a device that was launched in 2017 or later, we would highly suggest to use Magisk instead of SuperSU.

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