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Originally Posted by auky
It appears that I will have to live with it.
I don't know what or how you did what you did. You won't get many answers without providing specific examples.
I for one have NEVER heard of ANYONE losing root from BusyBox, but everyone I know, including myself, uses BusyBox Pro v. 10.5 currently. Most of the people I know also use SuperSU from Chainfire. Generically saying tha some busybox installation messed with some generic root or SU installation/binary, really does not give anyone much to go on.
You can apply the root exploit again. There is no issue with that, or you can use adb to copy the su binary over, set permissions & ownership & the cp it to the correct directory.
At any rate, there are too many possibilities & possible solutions depending on what you did & how you did it.
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