Maybe if you'd have attempted to read any of this thread in particular the last few posts you'd find your answer.I have started checking my tab, and in the end it seems that something went wrong. 'su' doesn't work in my terminal and RootChecker says: 'Sorry! Root access is not properly installed on this device.' My Odin log is:
<OSM> Enter CS for MD5..
<OSM> Check MD5.. Do not unplug the cable..
<OSM> Please wait..
<OSM> CF_AutoRoot_Port_T700_BeansTown106.tar.md5 is valid.
<OSM> Checking MD5 finished Sucessfully..
<OSM> Leave CS..
<ID:0/005> Odin v.3 engine (ID:5)..
<ID:0/005> File analysis..
<ID:0/005> Get PIT for mapping..
<ID:0/005> Firmware update start..
<ID:0/005> NAND Write Start!!
<ID:0/005> RQT_CLOSE !!
<ID:0/005> RES OK !!
<ID:0/005> Remain Port .... 0
<OSM> All threads completed. (succeed 1 / failed 0)
Does anyone notice anything suspicious? Can it be because my current Android version is 6.0.1?
Yes that's twrp. The best way. Stick with that and you'll be fine.Ok, now it's a lot more clear. So, should I reproduce the same steps but using a new CF(I assume the one from your other thread: https://forum.xda-developers.com/ga...2-8-6-1-unofficial-sm-t800-805-807-t3074633)?
Not trying to be rude or sound like an ass, but seriously wondering. Why would one use autoroot to root any device? Wouldnt it just be as easy and more efficient to flash twrp via odin, then flash supersu. That way you also have a way to backup your system? What are the benefits to using the auto/cf-root method? Once again, not being sarcastic. I appreciate anything chainfire does, but i honestly see no benefit to using cf-autoroot. I have always installed TWRP first, via fastboot or odin, then flash supersu in it. To me, this seems the most logical way to do things. And, its more universal. Thanks