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[Q] installed weak sauce, firewater soff, and hroot and stuck

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habatchaNow, what version of PhilZ are you running? There was a bug that misdetecting CM, but that's been fixed, and I don't think this rom ever had the false positive, because root actually wasn't configured properly at the time.
Let me see, it looks like my custom recovery is PhilZ 6.40.4 Cyogen Mod V6.0.4.8. I think the problem started when I installed and ran super su. I side loaded it( that's moving it onto my device via explorer right?) Do you guys recommend another ROM for my phone? I like the NuSence it just seems like a minor upgrade to the stock ROM. I don't know if this matters but when I open my files on the phone the "root" folder and "sbin" folder are both empty.

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If you like that ROM, then stick with it. I try not to steer people away from any ROM. To fix your su problem, try flashing this from recovery.

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