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30th January 2013, 06:08 PM   |  #3081  
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I tried dirty flash and didn't work
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You mean you still have no root access after dirty flashing the ROM? That method worked for me though. Maybe changing the kernel helps. I was on motley but switched to M-kernel during the flash and now I get root back. Worth a try.
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30th January 2013, 06:36 PM   |  #3082  
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You mean you still have no root access after dirty flashing the ROM? That method worked for me though. Maybe changing the kernel helps. I was on motley but switched to M-kernel during the flash and now I get root back. Worth a try.

Yeah I tried to dirty flash the ROM, but I still do not have root access. I will try a different kernel.

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30th January 2013, 06:48 PM   |  #3083  
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Need more detail to help. What ROM, what recovery, etc, etc.....

stock 4.2.1 rooted with stock kernel (provided in the multi rom thread OP)
TWRP recovery with multi rom installed....
30th January 2013, 08:31 PM   |  #3084  
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You mean you still have no root access after dirty flashing the ROM? That method worked for me though. Maybe changing the kernel helps. I was on motley but switched to M-kernel during the flash and now I get root back. Worth a try.

Installed m-kernel a31 and finally got root back. Guess I will try m-kernel for a few days see how I like it. I know already that I like trickstermod more than system tuner. Thanks.

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30th January 2013, 08:52 PM   |  #3085  
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Installed m-kernel a31 and finally got root back. Guess I will try m-kernel for a few days see how I like it. I know already that I like trickstermod more than system tuner. Thanks.

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Glad to hear. I'm using tricksters too, lemme know if you find a settings that suits bests for m-kernel. I'm experiencing some lag with my browser every now and then and that's driving me nuts.

Wait, you also use trickstermod? I was messing with it too before I lost root access. Could it be that this bastard is the reason why we both lost root access?
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30th January 2013, 09:45 PM   |  #3086  
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I lost root tonight as well, seemed to happen after I updated superSU. I know there was a problem with dumpstate appearing in superSU yesterday, hence the update. Maybe Chainfire needs to look at it again.
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For all who suddenly lost root!!

DON'T reinstall anything! It's not necessary!

It's a problem with the new SuperSU version:

Just untick "Respect CM root settings" in the SuperSU settings section! Voila, all back to normal again!

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30th January 2013, 10:14 PM   |  #3088  
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For all who suddenly lost root!!

DON'T reinstall anything! It's not necessary!

It's a problem with the new SuperSU version:

Just untick "Respect CM root settings" in the SuperSU settings section! Voila, all back to normal again!

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This is a true statement. Happened to me also. Just about to run wugs tool and figured I would look at SU. Sure enough a simple reinstall of SU and boom, got root. Nexus is such a killer gadget. Almost unbrickable and fun toy.
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30th January 2013, 10:30 PM   |  #3089  
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Thanks guys, i was about to reinstall everything. Tried re-rooting with Nexus toolkit and still couldn't get it rooted. That's what I love about XDA, help is always at hand.
30th January 2013, 10:44 PM   |  #3090  
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Just untick "Respect CM root settings" in the SuperSU settings section! Voila, all back to normal again!

Why don't I see that in SuperSU settings section? Does SuperSU has to be pro version? I swear I did look into that settings section but didn't find anything useful that's why I went ahead and reflash the entire ROM.

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