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30th June 2012, 09:55 PM |#1001  
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Love super su thanks.for.this.

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2nd July 2012, 05:06 PM |#1002  
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Full unroot question for HBOOT 1.5, Unlocked, S-Off
Does the the "Full unroot" feature of SuperSU also relock the device if unlocked or do you still need to run fastboot oem writesecureflag 3?
And a follow up question will it switch a current state of S-OFF to S-ON?

Any input is appreciated!

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2nd July 2012, 07:56 PM |#1003  
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Originally Posted by Evo3Duzer

Does the the "Full unroot" feature of SuperSU also relock the device if unlocked or do you still need to run fastboot oem writesecureflag 3?
And a follow up question will it switch a current state of S-OFF to S-ON?

Any input is appreciated!

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Full unroot means that deletes the su.bin , busybox.bin ,symlinks for busybox & the supersu.apk.

It has nothing to do with s-on or s-off.

If i am wrong please correct me.

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3rd July 2012, 03:24 PM |#1004  
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Big fan here.

Are there any plans to release your source code?
3rd July 2012, 03:48 PM |#1005  
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Full unroot only uninstalls SuperSU and all its components (including binaries and such).

If you have busybox installed, that will still be installed, that has nothing to do with root/unroot.

If you have CWM, that will still be there, that has nothing to do with root/unroot.

If you have OEM unlock, that will still be there, that has nothing to do with root/unroot.

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3rd July 2012, 04:06 PM |#1006  
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SuperSU v0.93 released !
SuperSU has been updated to v0.93.

Important bugfix that may solve some freezing/hanging issues with some apps (more on that later) after initial permission allow.
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3rd July 2012, 04:20 PM |#1008  
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Xda DL not working....

That's weird... contacting server admin !
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3rd July 2012, 05:50 PM |#1009  
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Originally Posted by Arie-

I've scanned / searched this thread for prompt or ask eg., but could not find a satisfying answer.
My question: Is there a method to grant an app root access once or for a limited time?
Explanation: I know I can put a check with "ask again next time", however, I occasionally forget to put that check and it requires an extra activity. I would prefer a button that says "Grant once" or "Grant one minute" instead of putting a check I eg. use System Tuner or Script Manager, and though these apps should obtain root occasionally, these definitely don't need it always. For Script Manager, I eg. could grant root access for one minute, I then have time to execute a script which requires root. After the script is finished I don't have to bother with revoking root access.

Hi Chainfire,

I didn't find any additional info about this use case, don't know if it's buried in the past posts somewhere.
Do you have any plans to address even partially this type of usage?

Just a while ago I was running one of the apps for which I want to be asked every time, and it bugs me a bit that I have to remember each time to click "ask me again" before allowing. Also the timer would be useful when some apps launch multiple su commands instead of a single one.
Sorry if has been responded in the past, but I didn't find it.
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Is there any chance of getting a mirror for the zip until the XDA link is fixed? TIA!
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