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7th December 2017, 01:50 PM |#561  
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When I tried to flash and install the SuperSU latest zip on "Aosp extended Oreo ROM for Moto G Falcon model it is not working. Adding a screenshot also below. Magisk is NOT installed.
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7th December 2017, 11:17 PM |#562  
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When I tried to flash and install the SuperSU latest zip on "Aosp extended Oreo ROM for Moto G Falcon model it is not working. Adding a screenshot also below. Magisk is NOT installed.

I get that error even with systemless on various ROMs. The fact that AEX booted with system mode means you're good on that point.
On other phone running Dirty Unicorns Nougat I kept getting that even after reflashing SU a couple of times. I then flashed 2.79 and updated via the Play Store.

Anyway, when that error dialog pops up you have the option to see possible fixes. One suggestion was to go into SU's settings and choose the cleanup for reinstallation from Play Store option. On one ROM I did that and just reflashed SU. It worked.
On DU it didn't so that's why I went down to 2.79 first. Not sure if 2.79 will work on Oreo.
I tried system mode SU on an early Tesla O build where it worked the first time.

I guess it's time to start playing with the O stuff again.


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9th December 2017, 08:06 PM |#563  
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Why this leads to bootloop while i can install supersu in system mode with aroma installer?
10th December 2017, 10:48 AM |#564  
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Why this leads to bootloop while i can install supersu in system mode with aroma installer?

You referring to Chainfire's Aroma configuration tool (which is _not_ an installer)?
If so I guess I should do some testing. I remember trying the system mode zip and selecting system mode in Aroma tool but ROM still didn't boot. That was awhile back, forgot what ROM it was.
I'll look for a ROM to test on. Which ROM do you use?


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10th December 2017, 04:57 PM |#565  
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You referring to Chainfire's Aroma configuration tool (which is _not_ an installer)?

Yes i am. I flashed supersu zip after i configure it as system mode, it didnt boot.
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I'll look for a ROM to test on. Which ROM do you use?

I tried on two roms. Lineage and omni. They both didnt boot. Aroma configured system mode is working quite well though.
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11th December 2017, 09:38 AM |#566  
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@scrubjay55, yeah, system mode is hit or on Nougat+ ROMs (and some Marshmallow like ParanoidAndroid).
I think the secpolicy of some ROMs is what may be the reason. Not sure.
System mode worked on Tesla N, Validus N, and a crDroid O test build. Also on plain AOSP-CAF ROMs. On a bunch of others though it didn't.
I noticed those ROMs above were all Permissive by default.


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8th January 2018, 10:51 AM |#567  
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Just figured I would report that system mode is working fine on official AOSP Extended 7.1.2 for the Axon 7. I modded my boot image to make SELinux permissive. I also made a few other changes, like F2FS support in the fstab, adding init.d support, enabling ADB during boot, etc. I was surprised that it booted, I tried several times before with this ROM and couldn't boot.

But there are a few issues:
1. SuperSU has no icon, it was there for a brief moment after the ROM booted the 1st time, but disappeared. I can access the app via the dialer code, in Settings app, or with Activity Launcher. Apps request root correctly. But there is no option in SuperSU to change the icon. Maybe it is because I'm running an AOSP ROM?

2. SuperSU once complained that the su binary is occupied, and another time that the binary needed to be updated. But I know there is nothing in /sbin, /system/bin, or /system/xbin that could be interfering. A reboot resolved the issues.

So far everything is working perfectly, all apps that make use of root appear to work as expected. No weird errors or anything. But I'm wondering if it might still be necessary to use SuperSU's supolicy tool to manually patch my sepolicy file (located in the ramdisk, in /), just to be sure that everything continues to work as expected.

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17th January 2018, 01:13 PM |#568  
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SR1 to SR5
Can anyone tell me what the difference between the SR1 to SR5 versions is? What does SR mean - for systemless and systemmode SuperSU?
17th January 2018, 01:20 PM |#569  
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Can anyone tell me what the difference between the SR1 to SR5 versions is? What does SR mean - for systemless and systemmode SuperSU?

SR is a service release. They are interim releases to (attempt) fix problems, or test features. You should read the repeat post for each release to get specific information about what was addressed by its release. Often it's targeted to a individual device.

There is a thread for system mode SuperSu.

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17th January 2018, 04:35 PM |#570  
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SR is a service release. They are interim releases to (attempt) fix problems, or test features. You should read the repeat post for each release to get specific information about what was addressed by its release. Often it's targeted to a individual device.

There is a thread for system mode SuperSu.

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26th January 2018, 07:52 PM |#571  
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