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15th September 2016, 08:57 PM |#7101  
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I'm on stable playstore version 2.78
can i flash this SR1 with flashfire over this?

thanks in advance

yes.
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15th September 2016, 08:58 PM |#7102  
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I'm on stable playstore version 2.78
can i flash this SR1 with flashfire over this?

thanks in advance

Just did that! Works like charm! (CM13, Lenovo Moto G4 Plus).


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15th September 2016, 09:13 PM |#7103  
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Im curious as to why cache isn't used instead of data to circumvent that issue if the command only has to be set once?

You can use /cache/.supersu if you want. It also works

I am hesitant to rely on /cache though. Many people wipe it out of habit. And some tools do automatically.
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15th September 2016, 09:14 PM |#7104  
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All working here after updating.

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15th September 2016, 09:32 PM |#7105  
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Can someone post link for SuperSU pro n its procedure?

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15th September 2016, 09:45 PM |#7106  
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Can someone post link for SuperSU pro n its procedure?

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15th September 2016, 09:46 PM |#7107  
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Can someone post link for SuperSU pro n its procedure?

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Go to the Google Play Store, buy SuperSU Pro, the Play Store will install it for you. Done.
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15th September 2016, 09:47 PM |#7108  
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Just reading the release notes and not sure if it's me being paranoid but it says this latest release fixes a vulnerability to the kernel etc, this seems to have happened with the release that ccmt released with notifying @Chainfire and this new release has fixed the security risk.

Normally I wouldn't question this as I've used SuperSU for as long as I've had android but with the knowledge that an unknown Chinese company is in control and suddenly there is a security vulnerability in an app that can pretty much have few reign of your system begs the question as to the actual security behind this app anymore. We all know these Chinese dev companies are renowned for spamming apps or provide back door security issues in apps.

Like I said I may just be being paranoid and reading to much into this but it just raised the question as to how secure is this app becoming now it's in the hands of an invisible entity.
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15th September 2016, 09:57 PM |#7109  
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I flashed it but don't see the supersu in app drawer and not in settings. I think it's not installing for me. I'm on PureNexus on 6p
15th September 2016, 10:30 PM |#7110  
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Just reading the release notes and not sure if it's me being paranoid but it says this latest release fixes a vulnerability to the kernel etc, this seems to have happened with the release that ccmt released with notifying @Chainfire and this new release has fixed the security risk.

Normally I wouldn't question this as I've used SuperSU for as long as I've had android but with the knowledge that an unknown Chinese company is in control and suddenly there is a security vulnerability in an app that can pretty much have few reign of your system begs the question as to the actual security behind this app anymore. We all know these Chinese dev companies are renowned for spamming apps or provide back door security issues in apps.

Like I said I may just be being paranoid and reading to much into this but it just raised the question as to how secure is this app becoming now it's in the hands of an invisible entity.

Wot you talking about Willis? SuperSU is now a Chinese company?

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15th September 2016, 10:34 PM |#7111  
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Just reading the release notes and not sure if it's me being paranoid but it says this latest release fixes a vulnerability to the kernel etc, this seems to have happened with the release that ccmt released with notifying @Chainfire and this new release has fixed the security risk.

Normally I wouldn't question this as I've used SuperSU for as long as I've had android but with the knowledge that an unknown Chinese company is in control and suddenly there is a security vulnerability in an app that can pretty much have few reign of your system begs the question as to the actual security behind this app anymore. We all know these Chinese dev companies are renowned for spamming apps or provide back door security issues in apps.

Like I said I may just be being paranoid and reading to much into this but it just raised the question as to how secure is this app becoming now it's in the hands of an invisible entity.

Just to be clear, I wrote the buggy code, and now I fixed it.

This conspiracy thing has gone far beyond healthy skepticism at this point, and I will not tolerate it in my threads.

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