Tag Archives: Superuser

CyanogenMod Integrates CWM Superuser Into Settings

Recently, Koush released CWM Superuser to the world. It’s a super user app that allows you to choose what apps get root access, but it has the advantage of being open source and easily built from source without dependencies. This made it the prime candidate for CyanogenMod’s default SU app, so they decided to use it in their new nightlies. However, they… Read more

Koush Releases Beta Of CWM Superuser, Fully Open Source

We already have two root handling apps available, and a third has just arrived. Famed developer Koush has released a beta of his new root app called ClockworkMod Superuser. That’s great, but why do we need another super user app? Here’s Koush’s explanation: Some of you are probably wondering why I’m rewriting Superuser. * Superuser should be open… Read more

Superuser Gets Updated with New Features

The popular app for rooted Android users has recently received an update adding some interesting new features.  If you’re not familiar with Superuser, it’s an app that allows you grant and manage Superuser rights for your phone.  What that means is that when you are rooted, apps that require root need access to root files or features.  When these… Read more