Originally Posted by orangechoochoo
I'm wondering if the supersu problems would be rectified using DSB's system writeable kernel.
yes, that is the exact problem. the package that is supplied does work but I, along with some others, have had problems with superSU
and it prompting to update the binaries. so, I assumed there was a problem with root and that I had done something wrong, when in fact without a modified kernel you cannot write to system with our phone, thus creating the errors and reboots when trying to update the binaries. so to fix the problem you can flash the zip below.
flash this (will update binaries and install the compatible superuser app instead): http://downloads.noshufou.netdna-cdn...arm-signed.zip
this worked like a charm, no errors, and should also delete the original superSU
app that was installed, but if for some reason it does not, delete it manually. this will allow basic root privileges. the problem is that system is unwriteable without flashing either dsb's cubed or modified stock kernels (which allow you to then write to system). once you have root I definitely recommend flashing one of these kernels so that you have full root privileges without any possible errors.
hope that clears some things up because I for one am new to htc and had no idea why my changes would not stick in system. i immediately assumed the problem was a faulty root on my part.
a huge thank you to all involved with the work that has been done thus far!! happy holidays all!!!