For the root users, good news is that, root is already available for Android One devices running the Marshmallow update. Root is achieved with the help of a custom kernel and SuperSU from Chainfire.
Having a custom kernel is critical to get root access on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. If you thought simply flashing SuperSU from TWRP would get you root, then you’d be wrong. You need a custom kernel on Marshmallow to set SELinux to permissive first and then you can flash SuperSU from TWRP to get root.
÷ How To Root
•Download ThunderZap 3.5 (.zip)
• Download SuperSU v2.50 (beta, supports Marshmallow)
Grab the ThunderZap custom kernel byvarun.chitre15 from the download link below, flash it using TWRP recovery and then flash the latest SuperSU v2.50 to get root.
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