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Get Root after Update to Lollipop on T-800 (WIFI)

7th April 2015, 07:29 PM |#1  
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Here is what I had to do to get ROOT on Lollipop.
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You should be good.
Took me a while to get this figured out so just sharing what i found.

If this helped please hit the thanks button.
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7th April 2015, 10:57 PM |#2  
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Here is what I had to do to get ROOT on Lollipop.
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You should be good.
Took me a while to get this figured out so just sharing what i found.

If this helped please hit the thanks button.

I can confirm that this process does work. It's the method I went through when I upgraded my Tab S.
8th April 2015, 06:22 AM |#3  
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Tbh that is a long winded way to achieve something much easier. The Cf-autoroot step was totally unnecessary. It only does what the supersu zip does or twrp does itself.

Just flash TWRP from the first post. It will root your device with the latest binary.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...y-mod-t3066372
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9th April 2015, 03:50 PM |#4  
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Tbh that is a long winded way to achieve something much easier. The Cf-autoroot step was totally unnecessary. It only does what the supersu zip does or twrp does itself.

Just flash TWRP from the first post. It will root your device with the latest binary.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...y-mod-t3066372

Thanks for the update. Are you going to keep up with every new SU updated binaries and update TWRP every time the binaries are update. That would be great if you are willing to do that. I rather rely on the actual TWRP and SuperSU Developers to give me the zips etc. and flash my self as long winded as that may seem but people can choose.
9th April 2015, 04:51 PM |#5  
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Twrp is updated more often than the super su binary, but team win never seem to update the binary, so I'll just update it myself with each release. Not only that, each new twrp release has the same problems as mentioned in my original post.
I'm also looking for a way to get MTP working properly as that is the only issue now.

Regarding cf-autoroot. I don't think people realise there is nothing special about how it roots.
It basically does the same thing that twrp does itself or flashing a super su zip.
Cf-autoroot simply installs a modified stock recovery which runs a script to Install root then flashes back stock recovery.
If someone intends to install a custom recovery anyway then there is no point in running cf-autoroot.
Twrp will do exactly the same thing and so does installing a super su zip.
They all accomplish the same thing using a slightly different method.
The only difference will be that chainfire may keep each cf-autroot updated with the latest binary.
The reason chainfire created it is for people who want to stick with stock recovery instead of custom
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10th April 2015, 05:34 PM |#6  
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[QUOTE=ashyx;60003400]Twrp is updated more often than the super su binary, but team win never seem to update the binary, so I'll just update it myself with each release. Not only that, each new twrp release has the same problems as mentioned in my original post.
I'm also looking for a way to get MTP working properly as that is the only issue n

So i tried the auto root no luck, what mode do i flash twrp in odin?
10th April 2015, 05:39 PM |#7  
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Twrp is updated more often than the super su binary, but team win never seem to update the binary, so I'll just update it myself with each release. Not only that, each new twrp release has the same problems as mentioned in my original post.
I'm also looking for a way to get MTP working properly as that is the only issue n

So i tried the auto root no luck, what mode do i flash twrp in odin?

Mode? Just load it and flash it.
10th April 2015, 06:33 PM |#8  
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Mode? Just load it and flash it.

yeah in AP mode?
im trying to root this
10th April 2015, 06:34 PM |#9  
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yeah in AP mode?
im trying to root this

That's the one.
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That's the one.

cool so i flash twrp and ill have root? been a cpl oif years since ive done this last root was note2
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