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Question [Q] Official CyanogenMod and root

Hey all,

Just installed the Official Cyanogenmod on my N1 and lo and behold, root has run away.

ROM here: cyanogenmod(dot)org/hardware/oppo-n1/#images

I installed the TWRP Recovery and tried to let it install Root and it appears that it sort of does with the SuperSU app, but other root checkers and Titanium fail hard on this.

Anybody got any ideas on how to root Cyanogenmod? (Just sounds weird to say that)

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I had to flash SuperSU in recovery. I encountered the same issue. TWRP didn't root, even though it said that it did. Updating SuperSU within android didn't help. So I flashed it manually.

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When you say flashed it manually. Was that through fastboot? ADB? or from the recovery.

Also, are we talking about UPDATE-SuperSU-v1.86.zip from download.chainfire(dot)eu/supersu

I tried that through recovery and still get /system/xbin/su command missing in Titanium.

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When you say flashed it manually. Was that through fastboot? ADB? or from the recovery.

Also, are we talking about UPDATE-SuperSU-v1.86.zip from download.chainfire(dot)eu/supersu

I tried that through recovery and still get /system/xbin/su command missing in Titanium.

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Ok good News, what I mentioned above through recovery works just fine.

Issues:
  • Remove all previous instances of it from OS (from inside the SuperSU app, select Switch superuser app or Unroot)
  • WIPE DALVIK CACHE!!!

Hope this helps others.
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