Changed boot password successfully
Work perfectly CM12.1 on S4 :)
Had to factory reset I wanted to just change my encryption password, but this app did not cooperate. Probably not compatible with Android 6.0 marshmallow. However, there is NO excuse for changing my encryption password to something I did not specify, which resulted in a factory reset.
This app locked me out of my phone, and now I have to boot into recovery to wipe and reset. I think this phone successfully changed my encryption password yesterday, but it threw an error (can't remember what exactly, I wasn't able to resolve it). When I rebooted my phone this morning, the encryption screen popped up and asked me to type in my PIN. The problem was, I didn't need to type in a PIN, I needed to type in a PASSWORD. Since I only had a number pad available to me to type with, and no way to switch to a keyboard, I was now completely locked out of my phone with no way to log in. Ugh.
Cannot get superuser Does not work, crashes, i am rooted and have granted access.. Stock rom, other root apps work, nexus 7 6.0
Works great for CM12, not CM13 (yet) Doesn't work with CM13, but you can change the password manually: # vdc cryptfs changepw password current_password new_password
* CM13 support (thanks @xmikos)
* Android M support
* Better CyanogenMod detection
* Support for CyanogenMod 12 without SuperSU
(Thanks to Peter C)
* Experimental Lollipop support. Requires SuperSU
* Limit to Android <= 4.4
* Support CyanogenMod builtin Superuser app
* Added explicit ACCESS_SUPERUSER permission
Manage SUPERUSER ACCESS and uninstall BLOATWARE for rooted Android devices.
Get the validity Alroot super user easily with this application which supports the bulk of devices