After coming to high Android Security patches with Marshmallow and Nougat Android OS Rooting is become a hassle for such people who want to Root own Android Device. It is true, they all certain problem indicates that How strong Android Security to break down. That all has right but certainly is possible, “Root Android 6.0.1”. If you are searching the way for “Root Android 6.0.1” then this is a right place for you, We have a few tricks that about to work Root Android 6.0.1 and help you. Just Look below and read further mission. How to Root Android 6.0.1, Root Android Marshmallow Step-by-Step

Root Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow:

The all certain process will have been worked via TWRP Recovery Mode, TWRP Recovery should 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 can’t possible “Root Android 6.0.1”. 

Read How to DO it – Install TWRP Recovery 

1# First thing You need do is download latest SuperSu.Zip and keep in your Android storage.

Download Latest SuperSu.Zip – Here

2# Once get it done, boot Your Android Device on TWRP Recovery Mode by using Volume up and Power Key but After switching off Android Device. 

Note – Don’t Forget to take backup in TWRP, It will help to Recover data.  

3# Once in TWRP Recovery mode go to the Install and select your Zip file from storage you kept. 

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

5# After Installed Reboot your Android Device. 

6# Once Android phone will be Switch on, Open Play Store and download Root Checker and Install.

7# Now Verify Root in Root Checker and ensure everything is Fine. 

“Root has been installed on Your Android Device and Ready to use. The Process is “Root Android 6.0.1” not solve with KingoRoot application that occurs it failed. If you are Android 5.0.1 user then you don’t need any SuperSu, KingoRoot works fine and capable of Root Android Lolipop.”  

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