Tagged: CyanogenMod ROM
May 2, 2016 at 12:12 PM #3265GuestModerator
Here we are presenting How to Enable Root on CM13/CyaongenMod 13 Marshmallow ROM on an android devices. CyanogenMod has in-built root since CyanogenMod 12 (The Lollipop Vesrion) but that is disabled by default. The user need to enable root access on their phones manually as per their need.
The CyanogenMod ROM comes has an inbuilt Super User manager since CyanogenMod 12 (The Lollipop Vesrion) which lets you enable or disable root access as per your need or selectively allow root access for either Apps only or ADB only or Apps/ADB both. You cannot see these settings unless you enable the Developer Options on your CyanogenMod ROM. You need not to worry because this process is really very simple and it will be like cake walk for you.
Why do I need to Enable ROOT settings on CM13/CyanogenMod 13 Marshmallow ROM:
I don’t know if you really know or not, CyanogenMod is the first most popular custom ROM for android devices which comes with no bloatware (un-necessary applications). Also the CyanogenMod ROM has many in-built added features unlike stock Android ROMs (AOSP ROMs). With the ROOT access on your Android phone you can further change some more settings on your phone, for example: You can tweak build.prop settings, you can customize your boot animation, you can manually change CPU frequency settings, you can add your own init.d boot scripts etc. There are many more to add on to this list.
Simplifying the above statement, if you are a developer or an advanced user or very keen to learn all these things then yes you should enable the ROOT access. With the ROOT access a user can modify the system settings and this is the potential reason that the ROOT access is disabled by default.
Here comes how to Enable ROOT on a CM13/CyanogenMod 13 Marshmallow ROM:
The ROOT access settings are actually provided under Developer options in CyanogenMod ROMs. Developer options are the same as comes in stock Android Devices. So, you need to Enable the developer option on your android device first.
Enabe Developer Options on Android and then enable ROOT settings:
To enable Developer Options on an Android phone or Tablet, do the following:STEP 1:
Go to Settings. Click on About phone and then Tap Seven times on the Build number.
Here is a link explaining How to Enable Developer Options on Android or CyanogenMod or any other Custom ROMs.STEP 2:
Now to enable ROOT access, open Developer options and then scroll a little bit down on the Developer Options settings and look for the Root access setting, which must be showing Disabled.
Just click on the Root access and set it to Apps and ADB or Apps only or ADB only, as per your need.
Here are some screenshots for the above settings:
Here is a video demonstrating how to enable ROOT on CM13/CyanogenMod 13 Marshmallow ROM:
That’s all. Enjoy the benefits that comes with ROOT on your Android Phone powered by CyanogenMod. Stay tuned for more of such updates and if you like it then just don’t forget to subscribe.
? Google Camera APK | Mod APKOctober 22, 2016 at 10:24 AM #8834Rakesh DhawanMember
Unfortunately I unroot my Cm 13 now I try to root my device that’s not rooted can u help me I am using MMX a310 deviceOctober 22, 2016 at 10:31 AM #8835Rakesh DhawanMember
Hi I am Rakesh I have MMX A310 unfortunately I unroot my device that’s not rooted again now now I want root wat can I do Right now please help me pleaseOctober 27, 2016 at 6:52 PM #8951
The root indication ‘#’ is displaying in the status bar. Is there any way to hide that?March 16, 2017 at 6:05 PM #15113SadamwhossaneMember
I have unlocked developer options on cyanogenmod 13 running android 6.0.1 but i do not see root access at all!!?
please help as i want to root my mobile (Wileyfox Swift).
ThanksMarch 18, 2017 at 9:53 PM #15271GuestModeratorSeptember 24, 2017 at 3:12 PM #25679Arya1911Member
I have CM13 installed in my Lenovo Tab 2 ,but its not showing the option of
‘apps only’ and ‘apps and ADB’ in developer options, root.
How do i access root in my tablet. plz help.
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