Hi Chainfire and thanks for reply,
I know that the random reebots can happen also on not modified firmware (without root), but in the Italian forum androidiani.com (http://www.androidiani.com/forum/mod...-s4-i9505.html) some user report that after the root and Knox Disabled via SuperSU, the Galaxy S4 start to make random reebots, and before to do the root on the same firmware they have never seen a reboot, this is the reason why I ask you to give to the user the possibility to disable the Samsung KNOX popup.
No, but if Knox doesn't make any problem on my device, is it really necessary to disable it? Maybe someone want to use it.
I'm so sad, 1.9.4 stable but after that, whatever I did, keep su binary update rooting... I don't know what problem my device have. Lenovo s930 (kitkat4.4.2). normal update su binary makes me break root, using twrp or cwm su binary update loop. I can use only 1.9.4 without problem.
Version 2.06 installed on:
-Note SGH-I717 Android 4.0.3
-Note 3 SM-N900V Android 4.3
With v2.04 and v2.05 on the Note, the SuperSU apps-list activity was stuck trying to display the list and the preferences activity froze the system while toggling survival mode, both only on the first run. With v2.06 this did not happen.
Was it a 'busybox' issue? I have two versions installed in different locations and there are significant differences. I use the better applets of each. Maybe developers should build a mini version containing only the applets they need to rely on and use it from their data directory.
Q:Again, not even using the full update ZIP linked in the first post of this thread? What happens then, still asks for binary update?
I did this method.
- Install the attached version
- Update binaries at least once
- Post logcat (specifically looking for "[SuperSU][APK][Installer]" lines)
The attached file is the log.txt (Is it enough? or wrong? If wrong please teach me easy way, I'm newbie)
Still continue to mention " Need Su Binary update".
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