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SuperSU flashed but "There is no su binary installed"

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22nd October 2014, 12:17 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by wilriker

I did it the following way:

  1. Get the suitable package for your device from http://forum.xda-developers.com/onep...stock-t2826541
  2. Unpack it to a location of your choice
  3. Copy cm-11.0-XNPH38R-bacon-signed-fastboot.zip to update.zip and open update.zip in e.g. 7-zip
  4. Remove everything except system.img and boot.img (it might be you also need cache.img but I am not sure - maybe you have to redo the previous and this step if the flashing below fails)
  5. Bring your phone into fastboot mode
  6. Run
    Code:
    fastboot update update.zip
    from your command line (assuming you have fastboot in your path)
  7. When finished go back into your custom recovery and re-root

I zipped with:
Code:
7z a update.zip android-info.txt boot.img system.img
, using this version: cyngn.com/products/oneplusone/ (I also tried the one on xda). I get this error:
Code:
sending 'system' (774540 KB)...
FAILED (remote: data too large)
finished. total time: 0.607s
Edit: Nevermind. I was able to solve it by doing it manually:

Code:
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot flash system system.img
fastboot reboot
One last question: How to get the Superuser by koush working? When I flash it, I don't get root access. Only SuperSU works.. which is quite sad because using a closed source app for root isn't very secure.
Last edited by Rosteox; 22nd October 2014 at 12:31 PM.
22nd October 2014, 12:29 PM   |  #12  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rosteox

I zipped with:

Code:
7z a update.zip android-info.txt boot.img system.img
, using this version: cyngn.com/products/oneplusone/ (I also tried the one on xda). I get this error:
Code:
sending 'system' (774540 KB)...
FAILED (remote: data too large)
finished. total time: 0.607s

Yeah, I had the same issue. Just get the latest fastboot version then it should work.
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