And I can't uninstall it from Appilcation Manager, just "Force Stop" or "Turn Off"
I am very stuck unfortunately ):
Interesting. I've never seen that before. And I really just saw it because mine is doing the same thing.....
Try flashing via ODIN
Or is that the one you did?
I just uninstalled my updates and flashed this. Worked for me.
Not saying it's going to work, should really. It's the lastest.
Whole lotta WTF. I'm now running into the same issue with the Note2_lte_e250_R7. 2 ROM I flashed.
Everything I have tried is not getting root to stick. I will kick it's a$$.
Trying a couple more things. I'll let you know when I succeed.
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May have found something....
Superuser installation issues after installing over SuperSU
It seems SuperSU is writing a file that is confusing Superuser installation on stock builds. If you want to install Superuser over SuperSU, you will need to manually remove the /system/etc/.has_su_daemon file.
I have the /system/etc/.has_su_daemon file.l I'm creating a CWM zip to remove it.
Hopefully that's the solution.
And it wasn't ..... I created a flashable zip that deleted them and it didn't work.
But I did kick it's a$$.
Like I said earlier I running the 【ROM】【March 01】【4.3】Note2_lte_e250_R7. 2 . It's a N7105 port for the ATT.
So I knew there was something called a Multitool in the N7105 threads from Dr Ketan.
I flashed that in TWRP, it's an aroma install type flash, so I only choose Root and install Busybox.
Like all of our other flash installs it looked like it completed successfully.
Every flash or ODIN I've done or most today, I've gotten into adb shell and did
ls -l /system/xbin/su. never saw the file.
After flashing root and busybox I finally saw
shell@t0lte:/ $ ls -l /system/xbin/su
-rwxr-xr-x root root 100452 2008-08-01 05:00 su
Woo Hoo !
Got into phone, ran supersu, still said no binary.
Not sure why I did this really buy I typed su while in adb shell, Supersu window popped up on my phone, I clicked accept and all root stuff is working.
I have no clue why this worked. But it did, for me anyways. Hopefully it'll work for you, Luigi.
Thanks for all the info!
So, let me get this straight:
I don't need the ROM you're running on my phone. What I should do is find the Multitool, flash it via recovery, and root and Busybox. Then, connect my phone to my computer to run adb (which I don't really know how to do, so I'll have to look that up), type in su, and then from there everything should work as normal.
Also, an extra piece of information I forgot to mention earlier that you might find useful: SuperSU does NOT start at all; it just immediately closes when I click the icon, and then the Knox warning comes up. Did this happen for you?
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