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You could try this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2598203

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Default done.

Hi guys sorry for the delay in update. I ended up using VM ware and it allowed to operate as windows on OS X. I installed TWRP, went into the file manager in TWRP and removed the superSU, i then flashed superSU and rebooted. Once back to the tablet i went and restored services to superSU and went into the play store. And finally the playstore gave me the option the update the superSU. And then the rest was all normal installation of superSU. Hope this thread helps anybody dealing with these issues.
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Glad you got it working.

This post in the CF-Autoroot thread might be helpful as well.

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there is a easy way to fix it!
download supersu 2.02 and install ta da and it works
2.01 does not work with n5110 well if you flash cf auto root
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Wink hmmmm.....

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there is a easy way to fix it!
download supersu 2.02 and install ta da and it works
2.01 does not work with n5110 well if you flash cf auto root
Tada..your a genius. Oh wait i believe i stated it didnt have that option it was disabled. Yes i decided scarcasm would be fitting due to the fact it says ALL OVER xda to please read before you post.

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Tada..your a genius. Oh wait i believe i stated it didnt have that option it was disabled. Yes i decided scarcasm would be fitting due to the fact it says ALL OVER xda to please read before you post.

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I read all the post and didnt found something
YOU DONT NEED TO DELETE SUPERSU 2.0.1
Install 2.02 apk and go to supersu, then to settings and push to /system
This is the easiest way. the one you found: go to recovery delete that and this. download supersu 2.0.2 apk and install it not the recovery zip i mean the APK! i didnt say the flashable supersu zip.

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I am wondering what flashing tool to use with OS X. Odin is for windows. I know of heimdall but that requires ALOT to flash anything. Wondering if there is another odin like tool for OS X
That's a bit of a dilemma.

Unfortunately Samsung does not support using fastboot and bootloader mode (they call it download mode) so that standard SDK tool Google provides for Windows, Linux and MAC OS X isn't applicable. Your best bet would be to find a Windows PC that you can use to flash the recovery with Odin since that is the most common and best documented method.

Edit: NVM, somehow I responded to an old post of yours.

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