Er? You mean there people here that read these forums and do not switch off auto update?Best to disable auto update of SuperSU on Google Play! ▶ who knows what's in store for later, and if the current SuperSU works on your ROM, why upgrade?
Dead Cookies leave no trails...
No one says it's a bad idea. People are saying that it was badly handled and thus it looked like they had something to hide. Sometimes transparency is everything.
Okay. On Google the 2.78 only comes as betasI don't see there any info about 2.78 is beta...
But you should check this
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Still not true.Okay. On Google the 2.78 only comes as betas
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I was waiting for this...Mod Edit
Back to topic everyone. This is a development thread and all discussion should be within this topic. Cleaned over 3 pages of flame war.
Please stop it here. This is not a debate thread. Respect each and every member on this forum.
Further, such instances will attract actions against the offender's account.
Hope this wont be repeated in future.
Try SuperSume from the play store.Hi.
I have rooted my Medion p5001 phone successfully using kingo root which installed its own superuser app.
Then I installed supersu and it prompts to update the binary which fails and links to a faq entry which suggests as very first step to rename su to .su and copy this to xbin. Which su* exactly does this refer to?
Do I have to download a supersu compatible su binary? Link? Or do I misunderstand?
I'm having trouble with rooting my completely stock LG G3 d851 on Marshmallow 30d. I've been able to install TWRP by adb after temp rooting with Kingroot. I then use TWRP to try to install SuperSU's zip (2.7.6). This takes out Kingroot but doesn't install SuperSU. Any ideas on what's going wrong?
It's impossible for anybody to answer your question without your recovery logs.
Sent from: LG G4 MM 6.0 / SGS4 LP 5.0.1
Preliminary update for Android 4.2's multi-user capabilities.
Only the main user can run the UI and gain root access.
Secondary user's apps will not be granted root, nor can
those users change SuperSU configuration.
This is all temporary. Proper multi-user support is being
Note that if a non-user process (like ADB shell) needs to
prompt for root, that prompt will always appear on the
MAIN user's screen !