How to Fix “Unfortunately SuperSU has Stopped” Issue after Rooting

Today we are going to learn how to fix the error “Unfortunately SuperSU has Stopped” issue on your rooted Android phone. It is most of the time experienced by the users who used the CF-auto root method by the Chainfire XDA. Once you get rooted and launch the SuperSU app you will most likely get this error as shown in the screenshot taken below:

Unfortunately-SuperSU-has-Stopped-Android-Error

The SU binary needs to be updated. Continue?

This error is often experienced on the devices running the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and Android 4.4 KitKat devices such as the Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2, Note 3 and Note 4, Galaxy S4 and S5. However it is a big issue and can be easily solve so there is nothing to be worried about this error. So without further wasting your time, let’s move and learn how to fix the Unfortunately SuperSU has Stopped error after getting root access on your device.

Fix for Unfortunately SuperSU has Stopped

  • First of all download the Superuser.apk from Here.
  • Connect your phone to PC and transfer the apk file.
  • Now using the file explorer install the apk file.
  • Next go to Settings and head over to Clean up menu and tap the Reinstall to clean up the recent installations.
  • Finally head over to Google Play Store and search for SuperSU and install it.
  • Open the SuperSU app and it will automatically prompt to update the binary and will also block the Knox security, which has been creating problems to get root access.
  • That’s it.

Congratulations! You’ve now successfully solved the Unfortunately SuperSU has stopped error. Do let us know and share your experience in the comment section below and how everything went up on the other side. For more Android Tips and Guides keep visiting.

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