Galaxy S5 Marshmallow Update Gets Root using TWRP recovery, Xposed Framework and SuperSU Apps

Some folks who have just upgraded their Galaxy S5 to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has achieved root on it.  Many advanced users were forcefully removed their root access on their own devices just to get the Marshmallow update.  The root method involves using a Xposed framework and the Super SU apps. The rooting process is just like installing an apps from Playstore to which where users will just simply download and then install the both apps one at a time.

So if you wanna give it try  to root your Galaxy S5 running in Marshmallow update you can check at these pages to where you can find the said  Xposed Framework and SuperSU App.
  • Twrp-3.0.2-0-klte.img.tarhere
  • SuperSu Apps - here
  • Xposed Framework Apps- here

The TWRP can be flash via Odin3_v3_10.7 (here), and shall be loaded at the AP button. Whilst the Xposed Framework and SuperSU App apps were packed in "APK" file like the ones at Google Playstore. Both files can be manually installed within the  phone.

Furthermore,  just keep in mind that there some risky part involved on rooting the phone.  Rotting will voids the warranty of the device, it may no longer get official support from Samsung anymore.

So if you want to achieved root, just make sure that you knew what you're doing before attempting to modify your precious Galaxy S5. So that's all, just let me know it you have successfully achieved root on your own Galaxy S5 using the mentioned applications above.