Rooting a Samsung Galaxy S23 is not a straightforward process and involves some technical steps. Here is a general outline of the process:
Unlock the bootloader of your device: The bootloader is a piece of software that controls the boot process of your device. To root your device, you will need to unlock the bootloader first.
Install a custom recovery: A custom recovery is a third-party recovery environment that allows you to install custom software on your device. The most popular custom recoveries for Android devices are TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project) and ClockworkMod.
Flash SuperSU: SuperSU is a root management app that allows you to grant or deny root permissions to other apps. You can download the latest version of SuperSU from the official website and flash it using a custom recovery.
Root your device: Once you have unlocked the bootloader and installed a custom recovery, you can use it to flash a root package and root your device.
Please note that rooting your device can potentially void your warranty and may cause issues with your device if not done correctly. It is also important to backup your data before attempting to root your device.