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By xChechu, Junior Member on 13th June 2017, 11:05 PM
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Hello,
I have a Meizu terminal, which you can root just from a setting in the rom stock. Today I changed from Flyme version , Meizu customization layer, and when I went to install SuperSU, it said SU binay occupied.
I have saw the solution to this that is to flash SuperSU.zip from the recovery but this phone does not have any developed recovery, just the stock recovery which dont allow to flash zip files.
The Meizu's root manager works a bit strange and not always launches applications with root. So this error has happened to someone? Or have anybody any solution?
Thanks in advance
 
 
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Originally Posted by xChechu

Hello,
I have a Meizu terminal, which you can root just from a setting in the rom stock. Today I changed from Flyme version , Meizu customization layer, and when I went to install SuperSU, it said SU binay occupied.
I have saw the solution to this that is to flash SuperSU.zip from the recovery but this phone does not have any developed recovery, just the stock recovery which dont allow to flash zip files.
The Meizu's root manager works a bit strange and not always launches applications with root. So this error has happened to someone? Or have anybody any solution?
Thanks in advance

I have a MEIZU m5s and with the new Flyme version the problem occur is the same..
Sorry for the bad English..
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