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[Q] How to Delete su-binary ? (lost root)

29th August 2014, 05:18 AM |#1  
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I root my phone using vroot and got a chinese kinguser, the problem is that I used a method to replace the kinguser and push
a new su-binary and busybox i think and after reboot the kinguser is gone and no supersu was replaced, I have tried installing a new
Supersu kinguser supersu but nothing works just got a message that D su-binary must be updated. Also tried flashing zips for rooting in stock
Recovery and tried many methods for unrooting but nothing works. I just want a suggestion how to delete the su in /system/xbin. TIA
 
 
29th August 2014, 12:37 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by Benamin0318

I root my phone using vroot and got a chinese kinguser, the problem is that I used a method to replace the kinguser and push
a new su-binary and busybox i think and after reboot the kinguser is gone and no supersu was replaced, I have tried installing a new
Supersu kinguser supersu but nothing works just got a message that D su-binary must be updated. Also tried flashing zips for rooting in stock
Recovery and tried many methods for unrooting but nothing works. I just want a suggestion how to delete the su in /system/xbin. TIA

you dont need to push superSU just install and update the SU binary and uninstall the king user
19th January 2015, 03:34 AM |#3  
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Ive tried that constantly and it fails to update the su binaries. Almost like I'm stuck with KingUser. Not that I mind since it seems to work, but it would be nice to be able to switch to superSU if I wanted.
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