My device is Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini running CM12 by Maclaw. I have reported the logs to ROM developer, too.
Link to ROM: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...-12-1-t3071937
TWRP logs: http://pastebin.com/5Ai5T3Wb
hi, i heard that possible to use systemless root without ramdisk modification, it's true or no? I ask because I try to get root access on Asus Zenfone 2 ZE551ML(CPU Intel Atom Z3580) with android 6.0.1 via temporary CWM recovery, SuperSU flashed successfully, but device have not unlock bootloader method for 6.0.1 yet therefore device can't start after SuperSU ramdisk modification. If return stock boot.img device started but have not root. have solutions?
Where did you hear that? AFAIK for systemless the boot image has to be altered. There are two main reasons: SE Linux has to be patched AND the path to the su binary must be found. So in my opinion there is no chance to get root without modifying system (system mode) or boot image (systemless mode).
I just did a TWRP recovery on my Redmi Note 3 to change its ROM to Cyanogen ROM.
I read that I had to install the add-on back-up script for it to work smoothly. Bot, how do we install the add-on back-up script? I just installed SuperSU on my Redmi Note 3 and everything seems to be working alright and it also shows that the phone has been rooted. But I didn't get the "Install the add-on back-up script option?" when I opened SuperSU. Any idea what to do next or how to add the add-on back-up script?
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