The most popular rooting tool for Android, Superuser has recently got a facelift and the version number has been revised too v3.1. The latest update brings security, stability and latest tweaks with it.
Superuser is one of the most widely used tool to root Android device, whether you have just started to use Superuser to modify your ROM or to just tweaking with some apps that are installed on your phone, In all the cases, Superuser is one which can gives you ample options and control to do whatever you would like to do with your Android device.
While after rooting a device, it gives ample option to control and manage all the apps and programs that are running but in the meanwhile it also gives a wide open door for those malicious apps to do what they are actually want to do.
The Superuser can act as a gatekeeper which can be used to control apps how they connect hence it allows which apps to give access to root account, it also grant/reject permission to access more information that any app is looking to get by tapping a button.
What’s New in Superuser V3.1?
The new update adds extra features, tweaks to some already present ones; however some features among them may never be used. The update includes “Fix FC when entering preferences on pre-HC devices, Improve binary updater, and Add button to action bar on tablets to access info page”.
From the first look, you won’t be able to figure out the difference between the old and new Superuser version but as we always say, as times goes on there is always a room for stability, improvement, security and performance.
One can download the Superuser app by visiting Google Play Store or from this link.
“After using the latest Superuser app, do let us know what changes did you noticed and what are the changes that are required to be made in its next update.”