Great workaround for root goodness I did notice that root was lost after I rebooted my phone (for another reason) ,but after a little tinkering around I found if you go into phone settings then developers options and change the root setting from whatever it's on to a different setting then root is restored ..BTW I'm on galaxy note 2 running cm13 rom ......G2KEA ..pika pika.
Amazing - after chainfire decided to transfer ownership to a relatively unknown company I decided to give this app a try and this works surprisingly well. A small improvement - the su request should be a pop up rather than a full screen prompt.
Works very well as does Android Pay on a rooted phone. UPDATE: Last night after rebooting my phone, I got a message that superuser's binary needed to be updated?? I had then lost root. Everything else seemed fine, but even rebooting didn't restore root and there was no apparently way to "fix" or "update" it. This morning, I reflashed the magisk v6 zip file in TRWP, rebooted back to Recovery and flashed the phh-supersuer-17-magisk.zip file and then rebooted and it was back to normal. Note that the root checker sees root, but not the binaries but root is working just fine.
Great functionality. Terrible interface. It tells me the su binary is out of date. In the app there is no ability to update it. Also, there is no option to uninstall root.
Keeps telling me su binary is out of date but I see no options in app to perform said update. Tried to find a flashable one online, so such luck yet.
Great with Magisk As a long-time SuperSU user, I've been quite pleased with my transition to using this version of Superuser. Bundled with Magisk it has been a perfect option for root access to my device without compromising some of the built in features of the latest and greatest Android versions. I'd highly recommend giving this a try if you're looking into Magisk at all... even if you aren't looking at Magisk!
Support su --bind and su --init (needs update of boot.img)