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17th June 2019, 04:13 AM |#2411  
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Hi @osm0sis
Does your latest busybox still support systemless SuperSU ?
I get an error: 1 when flash it.

SuperSU 2.82 SR5

Log? Works fine on my SuperSU device.
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17th June 2019, 04:20 AM |#2412  
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Log? Works fine on my SuperSU device.

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17th June 2019, 04:59 AM |#2413  
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Here is the log

If you're going to install via TWRP into a non-Magisk install download the version from the OP. Downloading from Magisk replaces the update-binary and that's what triggered the error in your case.
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17th June 2019, 08:13 AM |#2414  
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If you're going to install via TWRP into a non-Magisk install download the version from the OP. Downloading from Magisk replaces the update-binary and that's what triggered the error in your case.

Yes I downloaded it from magisk repo, since I used magisk before, I thought the flashable zip was the same.
17th June 2019, 10:28 AM |#2415  
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Yes I downloaded it from magisk repo, since I used magisk before, I thought the flashable zip was the same.

The way I wrote it the intent was that it should still work regardless. I'll check it out.

Edit: Yeah, that happens before I can hook in with my install.sh: https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/...staller.sh#L42, so you'll have to just use the OP downloads as was suggested.

You could `touch /data/adb/magisk/util_functions.sh` and it might work after some errors for missing Magisk functions but that would be a kinda crazy thing to do.
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17th June 2019, 12:31 PM |#2416  
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The way I wrote it the intent was that it should still work regardless. I'll check it out.

Edit: Yeah, that happens before I can hook in with my install.sh: https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/...taller.sh#L42, so you'll have to just use the OP downloads as was suggested.

You could `touch /data/adb/magisk/util_functions.sh` and it might work after some errors for missing Magisk functions but that's kinda crazy.

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4th July 2019, 12:27 AM |#2417  
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Exclamation Please specify the individual file dates.
It would be really helpful if the date of the last update was specified for each file, instead of only globally for the entire bunch. If doing so right behind the download links is not possible, it could be done above, where the little tools are described. Even better, have the download link directly underneath the description of each program, which will make it far easier to know what's what.

This way, one would not always have to download the entire bunch just for the one file that is new and that may not even be the one that one hoped would be.
4th July 2019, 04:32 AM |#2418  
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This way, one would not always have to download the entire bunch just for the one file that is new and that may not even be the one that one hoped would be.


Entire bunch of what to get at what file? Be specific. I'm not aware of any bundles of stuff here that one has to download to get at some particular tool. You sure you posted in the right thread?


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Well,

There is an entire bunch of download links at the bottom of the first post, but there is only one «latest update» information above them all, underneath the «created» date. This means that one cannot know which of the individual tools is/are the one(s) that was/were updated on that date. The question or suggestion was to specify the date of the last update for each of the individual files.

I have always been wondering why XDA's system does not specify the date after each download link automatically, simply based on when it was uploaded, as it is done that way on many, many other message boards, but your humble servant is merely a tiny light in the overwhelming darkness. Maybe one could include the date in the first section with the description of what each tool does, add the date to the file name itself or whatever.

This is what the sentence «It would be helpful if the date of the last update was specified for each file, instead of only globally for all of them» was referring to. My apologies if that sentence was somehow not precise enough. It was just a simple idea and not meant to cause any harm.
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Hi, sorry to bother everyone. I am trying to install the "Busybox for Android NDK" module through Magisk, but after downloading and installing, and even after a reboot, the module does not appear as installed. There are no errors in the installer script that I can see. I'm using a OnePlus 3 and I need Busybox to get systemize to work properly according to a guide I'm following.

Thanks in advance!
11th July 2019, 04:11 AM |#2421  
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Hi, sorry to bother everyone. I am trying to install the "Busybox for Android NDK" module through Magisk, but after downloading and installing, and even after a reboot, the module does not appear as installed. There are no errors in the installer script that I can see. I'm using a OnePlus 3 and I need Busybox to get systemize to work properly according to a guide I'm following.

Thanks in advance!

With no install log how do you expect any help?
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