Sadly didn't work for Barclays Banking App My G Note2-LTE (N7105) is rooted but otherwise standard Samsung firmware. Sadly hiding su and uninstalling SuperSU (updates, but not the one installed in system) didn't stop the Barclays App from deciding the device was rooted. I'll still give the app four stars because it actually does what its meant to do and works fine.
Works great on 5.1 I have a Z Ultra GPE and was skeptical reading the reviews but decided to give it a shot anyway. Followed the directions to hide the binary first then uninstall root. After doing that I was able to launch the truhub app without any issues. I then restored SuperSU and then the binary and root is all good again. So overall, it worked perfect for me!
First time using this app! Im not faking my reviews cuz i hate faking and bluffing people At first b4 install this app, the reviews has all negative and 1 star rating, but after trying it i fear that after tap restore it says didn't found su binary, but its just effect of hiding su binary, so i just need to restart the app and tap restore again and it works smoothly. If u want this app work just do this 3 steps: 1. Open this app 2. Hide su binary and unninstall su app 3. Test it with app that forbid root users and it will work. To restore root just restore su binary first and re-install su app.
Galaxy Note 2 LTE (N7105) stock rom For Sky Go to work (rooted stock rom): clicked on - hide SU binary then clicked on Uninstall Super user. To restore root after watching Sky Go: click restore SU binary then Click on re-install Super user. A bit of a hassle I know but i blame Sky for that. Great Work Devs!
Seems to hide only one su file (e.g. if I have both /system/bin/su and /system/xbin/su it only hides the first). In addition, restore does not work correctly and different su version is restored. The original I had included a whitelist of allowed callers. The "restored" version allowed anybody in the world to acquire root access! In short, this app has REALLY BAD SECURITY issues.
Will not work with default CyanogenMod 12.1 super user binaries. Install SuperSu from the Playstore and open SuperSU settings and tell it to ignore CM's superuser preferences. Then go into Hide My Root and hide the SuperSU binaries. Works like a charm with HBO Now.
*Changed how it hides/restores root access. Should work more reliably
*Now supports SuperSu and Koush's Superuser app