Every day Google is working hard to improve Android user experience, In result, Google is rolling out new Android versions every year. After the Android Marshmallow 6.0, the Android 7.0 is about to take place.

Google is trying to improve Android Security with which the Android Rooting is getting difficult. If you want to Root Android 6.0.1 or later version, can read our useful guide step by step. 

How to Root Android 6.0.1, Root Android Marshmallow Step-by-Step

Root Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow: Step-By-Step Guide

All the process will be done via TWRP Recovery Mode, TWRP Recovery must be installed on your Android Device. If you don’t have any idea about installing, You can get further details after reading below article, Without Recovery mode rooting is not possible. 

Read How’ll Do it Install TWRP Recovery

1# The first thing you need to do is download the latest SuperSu.Zip and keep in Android internal storage. SuperSU is the world’s largest Root Management tools provider in all over the world to Root Android 6.0.1 and 7.1.1. It is necessary because no other technique is available to Root Android 6.0.1 and 7.1.

Download Latest SuperSu. Zip – Here

2# Next, Boot up your Android Device on TWRP Recovery Mode by using Volume up and Power Key. You can boot your Android Device in TWRP Recovery mode by using “adb reboot recovery” command on Your Windows, It’s one more alternative. 

3# On TWRP Recovery mode go to the Install Menu and select your Zip file from Internal/External storage where you kept.

4# Now click and Install SuperSu.Zip file to Root Android 6.0.1.

5# Once installing is finished, Reboot your Android Device.

6# Once Android phone is switched on, Open Play Store and download Root Checker and Install on Your Android device. It will detect Root access and inform you.

7# Now Verify Root in Root Checker and ensure everything is Fine.How to Root Android 6.0.1, Root Android Marshmallow Step-by-Step

Hopefully, You have successfully rooted your Android Device. The Process of Rooting Android 6.0.1 doesn’t solve with KingoRoot application. If you are an Android 5.0.1 user then you don’t need any SuperSu. KingoRoot works very well with Android 5.1.1 and capable to Root Android lollipop.

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