How to Enable Root Access on CM12, CM13 & CM14 | CyanogenMod and Lineage OS ROM. Get root access on your device without flashing zips & using any software. This is the easiest method to get root on your device. You can simply go to settings and enable Root access and enjoy using Root requiring apps!
How to Enable Root Access on CM12, CM13 and CM14 | CyanogenMod and Lineage OS ROM
CyanogenMod and Lineage OS has in-built root since CyanogenMod 12 (The Lollipop Version) but that is disabled by default. The user needs to enable root access on their phones manually as per their need. Get root access on your device without flashing zips and using any software
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.
To enable Developer Options on an Android phone or Tablet, do the following:
# STEP 1:-
Go to Settings➤About phone and then Tap Seven times on the Build number.
# 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.