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[KERNEL] GPe Reset Kernel 4.4.2

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By eng.stk, Recognized Contributor on 7th January 2014, 04:07 PM
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Did you forget to reupload it or what's going on?

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Thanks allot!! After installing the reset kernel I lost root and flashing latest supersu doesn't help? Any ideas?

I've tried the the following :

Flash latest CWM, install latest supersu or later supersu by kosh. Both no errors while installing but still no root in Android! No su found!

Flash latest TWR, same as above..

Root checker also tells me that I don't have root.. I've also tried fixing permissions via TWR.. Or installing multiple times!


EDIT:

this is definitely a problem with your kernel / boot.img, I've flashed original boot.img and ElementalX kernel, and root works again just fine!



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