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2 Yep, but I don't have the paid version. And now SuperSu returns an error when trying to update the binary. As I said, no root anymore. Not a big deal, I'm OK, but I would like to have root. Enviado de meu XT1058 usando Tapatalk Just redownloa...
2 No. You would still be rooted you just can't write to system. So things like xposed modules won't work. You may still be able to reboot "recovery" to disable write protection. But that is in confirmed. slapped the sh*t out of my X if you have...
2 I decided I would take my chances and also do the OTA... After checking the OTA SURVIVAL option on SuperSu, I uninstalled Xposed Framework and took the OTA... I ended up with 4.4.2 rooted but I cannot install the Xposed Framework. After I press i...
1 So does the issue appear to only be with using Xposed? Personally I just wanted root so I could run WiFi tether. It seems that way. Since i never needed it, I don't know the steps to enable WiFi tethering. But if one of the steps involve writing...
1 Optional: Install SuperSu paid version and enable the OTA Survival Mode feature. Early reports indicate this will keep root when the new 4.4.2 OTA comes out. I don't recommend upgrading to 4.4.2 at all... The write protection will be enabled ag...