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How to enable Root permissions in CyanogenMod 13

CyanogenMod, the pioneer of the world of custom ROMs, the most popular and popular operating system based on Android in the world. CyanogenMod untoccasanfor the not very recent devices that the manufacturers have forgotten. It allows you to install the latest version of Android, even when the official version is not compatible with your Android smartphone. Another reason why users like Cyanogen Mod OS, which has a pure Android operating system. CyanogenMod does not include any bloatware, no customization of the user interface, does not involve complexity and nothing that can slow down your Android smartphone. In a nutshell, it gives you a feeling of essentiality of the Android operating system. CyanogenMod is also quite light and does not have a large amount of RAM management.

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One of the new features included in this new version ofCyanogenMod 13 access to diroot permissions. CyanogenMod usually pre-root, it is not necessary to obtain the permissions of rootsultuo Android smartphone after flashing the personalized ROM CyanogenMod. But if you flash CyanogenMod 13 on your device, you won't be able to run all the specific applications that require allaroot access, as the access is disabled by default. Not that this ROM does not have the possibility of access to the already foreseen but, as we have said, deactivated. You can enable root access on CyanogenMod 13 in just a few clicks. If you don't have much clarity how to enable root permissions on the device with CM 13, here is a little guide that will help you to enable root access on your Android device with the CyanogenMod 13 custom ROM.

How to enable Root permissions in CyanogenMod 13

  • Make sure you have correctly installed the CyanogenMod 13.0 custom ROM on your device.
  • Now on the phone, log in to Settings> scroll to the bottom> click to Phone info.
  • In Device Info, click on 7 timesBuild number, in order to activate the Developer options. Once the developer options are activated, the relevant item appears in the Settings.
  • Now back to Settings> scroll down> clickDeveloper options.
  • Now, in Developer Options, scroll down and find the option "Root access".
  • Click on the root option and enable it for the app and ADB.

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<li>Now restart the device.</li>
<li>Install <strong>Root Checker</strong> from the Google Play Store and verify root permissions.</li>
<p>  all. At this point you can start using all the applications that need root permissions on your Android device with the CyanogenMod 13.0 custom ROM.</p>