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
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
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?
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