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AOSP Extended (Oreo) not booting with SuperSU 2.82 SR5

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By AnonVendetta, Senior Member on 13th February 2018, 06:01 AM
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I've installed AOSP Extended 8.1.0 Oreo on the Axon 7. I'm also using @Chainfire's Aroma SuperSU Config zip to configure systemless mode. I've set it to sbin mode, with dm-verity disabled, encryption and forced encryption disabled for the data partition, factory reset protection enabled, xbin su binary binding disabled, and SELinux set to permissive. /system, /data, and /cache are formatted as ext4. I'm not using any custom kernels, just what was included with the ROM. When I try to boot, my device momentarily sits on the "Your device is unlocked and can't be trusted" screen. Afterwards it reboots to the bootloader menu and then into TWRP. No matter how many times I try booting this cycle repeats. I think that maybe SuperSU needs an update to address Oreo compatibility issues. I really don't want to use Magisk.
 
 
13th February 2018, 06:56 AM |#2  
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..... I really don't want to use Magisk.

Did you try to get it working with Magisk?
13th February 2018, 07:10 AM |#3  
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@NLBeev: Magisk does work, and I'm using it, but I would rather use SuperSU. I will ditch Magisk for SuperSU in a hot minute if someone can help me get it working.

On a side note, the ROM won't boot with Phh's Superuser installed either. I get exactly the same behavior. It seems Oreo has changed a lot of stuff.
13th February 2018, 07:31 AM |#4  
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...Magisk does work, and I'm using it, but I would rather use SuperSU. I will ditch Magisk for SuperSU ...

There are many changes in Oreo that affect kernel and system files.
In Nougat SuperSU works great and also with rootswitch.
Unfortunately SuperSU is not updated since sr5.
20th February 2018, 04:02 AM |#5  
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I've been able to get SuperSU fully working on Oreo by:
1. Flashing SuperSU Aroma zip and configuring it for system mode installation
2. Then I flashed the SuperSU v2.82 SR5 zip

Afterwards the ROM boots up with no issues and root seems to be working as expected. I know system mode doesn't work with all ROMs, maybe I'm just lucky. Magisk is slow on my ROM and makes everything laggy. With SuperSU everything is smooth now.
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10th May 2018, 04:04 AM |#6  
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1. Flashing SuperSU Aroma zip and configuring it for system mode installation
2. Then I flashed the SuperSU v2.82 SR5 zip

This worked for me and I didn't even know what the hell I was doing.
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