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24th January 2018, 06:08 AM |#2181  
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i install v2.82 SR5 with TWRP 3.1.1-0 but nothing works
1 flash .54
2 flash recovery
3 flash kryptonian rom
4 flash supersu

restart normaly (without an app named supersu)

Do you have root? (Do apps that need root work?) If yes then extract the SuperSU app from the common folder inside the install zip and install it.
 
 
24th January 2018, 10:09 AM |#2182  
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I thought i get root if i install supersu via twrp
But nothing happend if i install it
24th January 2018, 10:13 AM |#2183  
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I thought i get root if i install supersu via twrp
But nothing happend if i install it

Did you get an error flashing it in twrp? If no, then read the post just before yours, or download SU app from from the play store.
24th January 2018, 10:48 AM |#2184  
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I don't have root.
I installed supersu from playstore but i haven't root rights told me the root checker.
Sorry i don't understand the part with the extract the supersu in the commonfolder

Should i search the supersu.apk and add it to supersu v2.82 and install it via twrp?


Ps: i don't think i got an error while flashing supersu


Pss: i think it got an error, bc the ramdisk couldn't restore (picture)

Psss: maybe because i don't flash a new kernel?
Thanks for you help
24th January 2018, 11:43 AM |#2185  
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Originally Posted by flaxx187

I don't have root.
I installed supersu from playstore but i haven't root rights told me the root checker.
Sorry i don't understand the part with the extract the supersu in the commonfolder

Should i search the supersu.apk and add it to supersu v2.82 and install it via twrp?


Ps: i don't think i got an error while flashing supersu


Pss: i think it got an error, bc the ramdisk couldn't restore (picture)

Psss: maybe because i don't flash a new kernel?
Thanks for you help

Your picture is hardly readable, you can do screenshots in TWRP just the way you do while in system (power+ vol down).
If your ramdisk couldn't be restored it's definitely an error. What's your device? Some devices work better with magisk as root solution.

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24th January 2018, 01:19 PM |#2186  
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... What's your device? Some devices work better with magisk as root solution.

Sigh - pretty much what I told him here and in prior posts.
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13th February 2018, 06:44 PM |#2187  
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super su app hanging on Lenovo Tab 4 10 plus
I installed supersu via TWRP and that ran OK. (SuperSU-v2.82-201705271822.zip)

The supersu app is there, and google play thinks it is up to date.

However the supersu app hangs - black screen.
And when a rooted app runs it requests root access, goes away for a few seconds and then reports that the device does not appear to be rooted.

Any suggestions on what to look at?

Model is a Lenovo TB-X704L, running Android 7.1.1
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14th February 2018, 12:14 AM |#2188  
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I installed supersu via TWRP and that ran OK. (SuperSU-v2.82-201705271822.zip)

The supersu app is there, and google play thinks it is up to date.

However the supersu app hangs - black screen.
And when a rooted app runs it requests root access, goes away for a few seconds and then reports that the device does not appear to be rooted.

Any suggestions on what to look at?

Model is a Lenovo TB-X704L, running Android 7.1.1

Try SR5 from the beta thread https://forum.xda-developers.com/app...v2-05-t2868133
19th February 2018, 10:48 AM |#2189  
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binary update fail on Huawei Mate 9
Hey everyone,

Yesterday, I rooted my Huawei Mate 9 using this guide: root huawei mate 9

I unlocked my bootloader, installed TWRP-3.0.2-2-hi3660 and then I flashed SuperSU-v2.79-MATE9-init.d_support.zip. Things went fine yesterday and my phone was rooted.

After rebooting today, about half an hour ago, I get a prompt to update my binary, which fails every time. According to Titanium Backup, my phone is still rooted.

I think the problem is this: when I look at my updates in the playstore, SuperSU was updated 4 hours ago, probably to version 2.82?

After I noticed a problem with the binary, I upgraded SuperSU to Pro, simply because I bought that a long time ago and hey, why not? But that did nothing to solve the binary problem.

Does anyone know what to do? Should I flash the v2.79 again in TWRP? Can I simply do that, or do I need to uninstall something? Or rollback?
19th February 2018, 01:42 PM |#2190  
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Hey everyone,

Yesterday, I rooted my Huawei Mate 9 using this guide: root huawei mate 9

I unlocked my bootloader, installed TWRP-3.0.2-2-hi3660 and then I flashed SuperSU-v2.79-MATE9-init.d_support.zip. Things went fine yesterday and my phone was rooted.

After rebooting today, about half an hour ago, I get a prompt to update my binary, which fails every time. According to Titanium Backup, my phone is still rooted.

I think the problem is this: when I look at my updates in the playstore, SuperSU was updated 4 hours ago, probably to version 2.82?

After I noticed a problem with the binary, I upgraded SuperSU to Pro, simply because I bought that a long time ago and hey, why not? But that did nothing to solve the binary problem.

Does anyone know what to do? Should I flash the v2.79 again in TWRP? Can I simply do that, or do I need to uninstall something? Or rollback?

Flash the zip of the latest (and probably last ever) version of supersu. SR5 can be found at https://forum.xda-developers.com/app...v2-05-t2868133
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19th February 2018, 02:15 PM |#2191  
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I think the problem is this: when I look at my updates in the playstore, SuperSU was updated 4 hours ago, probably to version 2.82?

Edit: - Never-mind, you flashed an old version, hence why you got an update.
Flash the version from this thread or the SR5 release.

SuperSU was last updated on May 28, 2017.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....supersu&hl=en

Are you sure you are using the correct version and not some hacked version of it.

Or maybe it is a device you haven't update apps in awhile?
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