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[2017.08.13] SuperSU Config [AROMA]

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22nd September 2017, 06:43 PM |#61  
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Yes, it will install as systemless, but not as SBIN.
SBIN mode is needed for Suhide to install. And yes, it will pass safety net for sure.
To clarify, if you are not on 8.x, you must run the command in the OP to get SuperSU installed in SBIN. SBIN is needed for Suhide to work....
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I think that you are posting on the wrong thread - The whole point of using this Aroma install is so that you don't have to run any commands - See this post and Confirmation by Chainfire

https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...php?p=73386581

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22nd September 2017, 06:50 PM |#62  
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22nd September 2017, 06:51 PM |#63  
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Originally Posted by GopalKaul

Yes, it will install as systemless, but not as SBIN.
SBIN mode is needed for Suhide to install. And yes, it will pass safety net for sure.
To clarify, if you are not on 8.x, you must run the command in the OP to get SuperSU installed in SBIN. SBIN is needed for Suhide to work....
Your welcome..

Ok, thank you, so if I want to install suhide and I am on 7.x then I need to modify the install to force sbin which is not the default for non 8.x, got it, thank you again for your help, appreciate you taking the time to help clarify for me, I have read and read until my eyes bled but the cross talk and inconsistencies of each report made it a very confusing read, glad to have a handle on it now. Thank you again.
23rd September 2017, 03:21 AM |#64  
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Ok, thank you, so if I want to install suhide and I am on 7.x then I need to modify the install to force sbin which is not the default for non 8.x, got it, thank you again for your help, appreciate you taking the time to help clarify for me, I have read and read until my eyes bled but the cross talk and inconsistencies of each report made it a very confusing read, glad to have a handle on it now. Thank you again.

Yes it is correct! You can run the command or this AROMA flashable zip. Either will work..
26th September 2017, 10:31 AM |#65  
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Ok, thank you, so if I want to install suhide and I am on 7.x then I need to modify the install to force sbin which is not the default for non 8.x, got it, thank you again for your help, appreciate you taking the time to help clarify for me, I have read and read until my eyes bled but the cross talk and inconsistencies of each report made it a very confusing read, glad to have a handle on it now. Thank you again.

All you need to do is run the Aroma-SuperSUConfig and choose the SBIN option (at the bottom and used as the default for Oreo roms). Then install SuperSU and reboot your device. Once thats done, go back in to recovery and install the SuHide.zip and it should install with no issues at all (I find that it doesn't install if you don't do the reboot first).
26th September 2017, 08:57 PM |#66  
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All you need to do is run the Aroma-SuperSUConfig and choose the SBIN option (at the bottom and used as the default for Oreo roms). Then install SuperSU and reboot your device. Once thats done, go back in to recovery and install the SuHide.zip and it should install with no issues at all (I find that it doesn't install if you don't do the reboot first).

Thank you for driving it home, I have gotten it sorted out and using the echo method instead, no point in installing ASC for just one option, I can use the terminal window and then the rest is same as the past with the additional step of SH which shouldn't pose a problem, I always do a reboot between each step, even when technically unnecessary, call it my own little quirk.

I was going to do this past weekend but health and other obligations required me to not take my phone offline, plus I want to make the move from stock (since Google pretty much abandoned it since 7.1.1) and start with PA, but that means a clean install and not dirty flashing so means a lot of work putting everything back, so I need a good day that i can dedicate to it, and that has not come up for me yet not to mention I need to nail down a good gapps (prime candidate so far is beans' minimal but still trying to make sure that will work nicely with PA) so if you have any suggestions, would love to hear it without going to far off topic here. If you want, you can PM me so we can keep this thread on topic.
3rd October 2017, 08:43 PM |#67  
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Can someone help? I followed all the steps correctly.

AROMA > SU > Reboot > SUHIDE.

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3rd October 2017, 08:49 PM |#68  
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why don't you read the error. it states exactly what the problem is. SU found in /data/su.img
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28th October 2018, 08:53 AM |#69  
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So no posts in more than a year now? Oh boy, that's not promising... Anyway: I'm wondering how useful could be Aroma to let me install SuperSU SR5 on Moto Z2 Play under 8.0 Oreo (June 1, 2018 patch)... My own self answer is "VERY"; however, it goes all the way against pretty much all of those on Moto devices these days. For "some" reason they all claim "go Magisk". That's it.

Thing is, I've no need for complications and still want to go SuperSU. I've been relying on Pro for years, and this can be no exception. So... Does anybody here thinks (just like me) that going the Aroma+SuperSU way along with known @VR25 "F2fs fix" could be enough for me to keep using the most reliable rooting tool, at least for one more device?

BTW: I don't care that much about SafetyNet, but if that comes along, well... I'll take it.

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28th October 2018, 02:11 PM |#70  
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You do know SuperSU was taken over and subsequently abandoned by CCMT do you? And that chainfire made a post months ago about putting ALL his root requiring stuff on hold? That includes this one.

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Please help. No access to TWRP
Hi,
I made huge mistake, did silly oversight and now cant access recovery mode even when I flash TWRP again.
I din't notice that I had old version of TWRP 2.8.5.0. Installed SuperSU Config on that. When realised mistake I have installed TWRP 3.2.3.0. Unfortunately after that all recovery options stopped working.
Unfortunately I'm working bit blind here but my idea was to restore the to default option the Systemless SBIN mode and after that try to install TWRP 2.8.5.0 to see if I can get back to working setup.

Really don't know how to begin to fix it. Anyone knows how to fix it please?

Many thanks
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