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Hi, i have gt i9300 4.3 with root and recovery, version is: I9300XXUGMK6, i have i little doubt:
Afer i have do root with CF-Auto-Root than i have flash philz_touch_5.00.5 recovery but now in recovery after i click reboot system now then i read:
Root access possibly lost. Fix?
No
No
Yes. Fix root(/system/xbin/su)
No

Why it ask me to fix root?
I always click No, if i click yes What happens?
 
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Hi, i have gt i9300 4.3 with root and recovery, version is: I9300XXUGMK6, i have i little doubt:
Afer i have do root with CF-Auto-Root than i have flash philz_touch_5.00.5 recovery but now in recovery after i click reboot system now then i read:
Root access possibly lost. Fix?
No
No
Yes. Fix root(/system/xbin/su)
No

Why it ask me to fix root?
I always click No, if i click yes What happens?
maybe the su binary in your system isnt recognized by the recovery. if you are using a bulit-in superuser, then clicking "yes" might cause problems……but I always click yes and nothing happens.
 
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Hi, i have gt i9300 4.3 with root and recovery, version is: I9300XXUGMK6, i have i little doubt:
Afer i have do root with CF-Auto-Root than i have flash philz_touch_5.00.5 recovery but now in recovery after i click reboot system now then i read:
Root access possibly lost. Fix?
No
No
Yes. Fix root(/system/xbin/su)
No

Why it ask me to fix root?
I always click No, if i click yes What happens?
Two reasons:
- your recovery version in OLD, flash the newest 6.12.8 (can be flashed as zip in current recovery), and see if the issue continues:
http://goo.im/devs/philz_touch/CWM_A..._Edition/i9300
- If you're using SuperSU, enter the app: it should suggest a restart to update Binary (enable it using CWM mode), if it doesn't help,
then try to reflash newest CF-Auto root: http://download.chainfire.eu/229/CF-...xx-gti9300.zip
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Two reasons:
- your recovery version in OLD, flash the newest 6.12.8 (can be flashed as zip in current recovery), and see if the issue continues:
http://goo.im/devs/philz_touch/CWM_A..._Edition/i9300
- If you're using SuperSU, enter the app: it should suggest a restart to update Binary (enable it using CWM mode), if it doesn't help,
then try to reflash newest CF-Auto root: http://download.chainfire.eu/229/CF-...xx-gti9300.zip
I have update recovery and now i have solved thank you......
 
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If you do click "Yes" it will simply flash SuperSU.zip . It is just like when you use CF-Root with Odin, but simpler. This wy you can always be sure that when you boot your ROM you don't have root access.
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