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[Q] Unable to root my OPO! [SOLVED]

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20th August 2014, 04:14 PM   |  #11  
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Also when your phone boots up, give it a good 1-2 minute before you check if you have root.
Download the SuperSU from the link I provided in the previous post.

Use https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...krim.rootcheck to check. A pop up will appear asking if you want to grant or deny access, grant it.
22nd August 2014, 10:19 AM   |  #12  
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ok so I found the solution to my problem after flashing supersu using all available recoveries several times!

I unchecked the option "Respect CM root settings" in the SuperSU app and it worked!

btw I can't find a root access setting in the Developers Options. can you guys see it?!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by suffix642

ok so I found the solution to my problem after flashing supersu using all available recoveries several times!

I unchecked the option "Respect CM root settings" in the SuperSU app and it worked!

btw I can't find a root access setting in the Developers Options. can you guys see it?!

Depending what ROM you're using, its missing built-in Superuser. Just use SuperSU
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