We have little time with Marshmallow but the root is already giving its first steps. So far some methods had been achieved but there was a problem: affected devices tracking partition that means that misuse could result in complications or even in turning our Android into a paperweight.
Chainfire, well-known figure in the world of home development, has delivered a new method that does not compromise the system partition. He says that is still in beta and it is that it is very likely that there are still a few bugs. You have to give him time but their development seems the more viable to a method of root clean, similar to other versions of Android.
For an easy to install and remove root
This new type of root would mean that if we restore the phone, we would lose these permissions. It may seem trivial but if you ever have tried to undo this step will know that on some terminals it is quite tedious. On the other hand it would reduce the risk that an incompatible kernel facility to become an automatic brick.
The installation is simple and all you need is return to Flash the stock ROM our terminal and then flashing two files: an image of home and SuperSU in TWRP. Chainfire on XDA, explains they are not yet all available functions of SuperSU.
I repeat, it’s a method that still is under development and now Chainfire continues looking for people who help you test your system and go polishing it with future updates. If you have a Marshmallow, my advice is that at the moment you wait a little, this developer, safe knowing that soon we have a stable version that does not give problems.