(Not) fully unrooted? ? I choose to full unroot my s4 running 5.o.1 to get OTA update. But when I hit the software update button it says "the device has been unauthorized modified....But on the other side I have anyway lost my root! If you have any solution I'm ready to give you my 5 stars
HELP i have one big problem after downloading supersu it ask me to download binary by normal or cwm method i choose cwm method and it ask me to restart i restarted but after that my phone is automatically restarting in 7 to 10 sec plz help meee plzzzz
More Help I have a Lenovo k50-t5 (K3 Note) 5.0 Lolipop, 64bit octa core Mtk6752. it keeps asking for Binary Update. When I try to install it will fail.
Having the "prompt" issue as well... (unable to choose any option in prompt mode - had to change to "Grant" mode to give apps access). LG G3 (D855), Lollipop 5.0, V20h
Root your device If you are getting a message about the binary your device isn't rooted. Go look up how to root whatever phone you have, root it, then supersu will work. Stop giving supersu 1 or 2 stars because you have no idea what your doing.
Im sitting here looking at some of these one and two star reviews lmao. Jeez man, I know its not that simple but grow a brain and read a little, you'll find that its very simple and that this is one of the greatest android utilities that ever was. Hope the new maintainers keep it that way. THX +Chainfire
- Installer adjustments
- Fixed some su.d scripts not running because of logwrapper bug
- Fix native NPE in username resolution
- Fixed several binary update issues
- LD_PRELOAD sanitization
- Improved dumpstate work-around
- Improved killing dead per-uid daemonsu
- Backuptool support for Lollipop, /system/su.d
- CM12 policy adjustments
- supolicy timing adjustment (Motorola Lollipop)
- rootfs remount issue fixed (HTC)
- Remove more competing leftover binaries
- Updated language files
- (C) 2015
Manage SUPERUSER ACCESS and uninstall BLOATWARE for rooted Android devices.