Rooting a device allows the users of smartphones, tablets, and other media devices running the Android OS to have control over various Android subsystems. The standard method to fully access a remote device is to use a rooted device. However, a rooted device may not be applicable for everyone or for every business.
If your device's system is Android 7 or above, you can check the following article for an easier remote control experience: How to simplify remote control for your business?
As our team tests our product with Super SU or Magisk, this Guide will use both applications' screenshots.
Please note that any rooting procedure has potential risks, please only use it after fully evaluating the procedure.
If you are using applications such as Super SU, below are the options for you to grant permission:
Option 1: Open Biz Daemon on the device, select Remote Control, and tap GRANT when the authorization window pops up.
If you are using Magisk alike application, please follow the steps below to grant permission:
1. Please open Magisk and tap on the shield icon.
2. After that, please enable Superuser (Root) permission for Biz Daemon.
3. Go back to Biz Daemon > Remote Control > enable Root and the permission will be granted
Reminder: If you do not wish to grant the root permission for Biz Daemon after updating the Magisk or SuperSU app, please disable Reauthenticate after upgrade or uncheck Re-authentication.