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Curious to see if anyone else has lost root after the latest supersu update? Rebooting did not change anything. I'm unable to use any root apps (xposed, root explorer, etc).
Any ideas?
Thx!

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Curious to see if anyone else has lost root after the latest supersu update? Rebooting did not change anything. I'm unable to use any root apps (xposed, root explorer, etc).
Any ideas?
Thx!

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You should tell is if you are using a root exploit (and which one), what android version you are on, and whether or not you are BL-Unlocked.

I can tell you that my unlocked devices had no issues updating SuperSU, and root apps still work fine.

(I'm guessing you are locked since your signature says "Status 0")....but please confirm.
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You should tell is if you are using a root exploit (and which one), what android version you are on, and whether or not you are BL-Unlocked.

I can tell you that my unlocked devices had no issues updating SuperSU, and root apps still work fine.

(I'm guessing you are locked since your signature says "Status 0")....but please confirm.
sorry. correct locked. on 4.4.2 with root exploits.
but I got it back after installing other superuser apps.

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Previous Device: Motorola Razr M (XT907)
ROM: AOSP KitKat 4.4
Recovery: TWRP 2.6.3.0

Previous Device: Motorola Razr MAXX (XT912)
ROM: Stock JB 4.1.2
Recovery: Safestrap

Previous Device: Samsung Droid Charge (SCH i510)
ROM: Tweaked Lite 1.0
Kernel: Stock FP8
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sorry. correct locked. on 4.4.2 with root exploits.
but I got it back after installing other superuser apps.

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Oh, great! So problem solved, or are you seeking a solution to work with the most recent SuperSU?
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I would rather use supersu, but so long as super user from click clockworkmod works, its all the sane for me.
Thx for the reply though.
I had to uninstall supersu, install super user, attempt to install it, reboot, make sure have root access via root explorer, install xposed, install adaway, soft reboot.

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Primary Device: Motorola Moto X (XT1060)
Status: 0
Xposed with Gravity Box


Previous Device: Motorola Razr M (XT907)
ROM: AOSP KitKat 4.4
Recovery: TWRP 2.6.3.0

Previous Device: Motorola Razr MAXX (XT912)
ROM: Stock JB 4.1.2
Recovery: Safestrap

Previous Device: Samsung Droid Charge (SCH i510)
ROM: Tweaked Lite 1.0
Kernel: Stock FP8
RFS
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