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Minor update to SuperSU. Fixes some issues - nothing spectacular. Updating is advised as always but no rush :)
Play will start updating in a few hours, in the box below is the link to the flashable ZIP.
Fix su to non-root user on 4.3+
Fix su permission reset on 4.4 (will not be an issue until Samsung comes out with stock 4.4 ROMs)
Fix am crash due to external storage not being defined
App now offers to install backup script if ROM supports it
Expand trust system setting to include all higher-than-shell users
Added credits display
Completely removed nag capability
Lots of code changes
+Chainfire So now i can simply root my s3 i9300 under 4.3 just by flashing using CWM and then installing binary like i do in 4.1.2 ???
Lol I just flashed 1.80 and there's already 1.85 available
+Павел Тихонов just go to the play store and update your root ^^ !!! In fact wich version of android you use ???
+Chainfire, I'm not very good with tech, but I would like to know how to free up internal memory on my LG Optimus L9. I watched a YouTube video, but again, I'm not very technologically inclined...please help! Lol!
+Sonya Ellis did you tried +Clean Master ????? If not then you have to...
+Mehdi Nocturne 4.4.2.. but wait, I thought that you can't update the root itself (not the SuperSU app/client) from within the application? I always flashed new SU manually from recovery
+Павел Тихонов when you have supersu installed on your device you can simply update it in the play store if they put the new version in it !!!! I did this many times when i check updates i found a new version of supersu but in the first time you have to use cwm ... it's normal
+Mehdi Nocturne No, I haven't tried it cause as I said I'm not technologically inclined...lol. Does it get rid of all the T-Mobile junk?
+Sonya Ellis then go ahead you will find your happiness lol
+Chainfire I downloaded, mainly just to have it, stock 4.3 for t0ltetmo Note2 variant and was wondering whether CF Auto-Root is still beating down Knox. I ask as I'd like to return to stock via Odin simply for structural purposes. My Note2 has been through flash wars and I imagine there's not one thing remotely reminiscent of factory in the device's framework. Already running custom 4.4.2 Betas, should I even bother flashing stock only to deal with nightmare TouchWiz again, maybe gain back a little from scratch stability?
So glad I bought the pro version to support you guys. Thanks for keeping us updated!
+Sonya Ellis one way to delete the T-Mobile/carrier bloatware would be to use Titanium Backup from the play store. It can delete system apps such as carrier bloatware.
Thanks Chainfire. Just updated. PS. Thanks for the CF root also. Rooted my Rogers SGH-I747M in under 30 seconds like you said. Merry Christmas and thanks for all your hard work.
+Ryan Cavitt Thanks, going to look for it now. I'm having problems downloading apps because I'm running out of room.
Good work bro ...
Updated my N5 all working well. What's the safest way to reboot? Hate having to switch off then back on, but a "reboot" command in terminal seems more like a reset i.e. very quick unlike the CyanogenMod power menu option that shows a proper shutdown then a reboot.
I updated to v1.85 on both Samsung S3 (JB 4.3) and Nexus 7 GSM (2012) [KK 4.4.2]. Earlier when on v1.80, my S3 would prompt "Root possibly lost. Fix root?" but my Nexus 7 never showed that prompt. After updating SU from v1.80 to 1.85 (both devices updated via Google Play updates)... even my Nexus 7 is showing same prompt "Root possibly lost. Fix root?". Any fix? I dont understand. Please advise.
+Keneth Correa I would run the fix if you do lose root download the supersu 1.85 update zip and flash it.
+Ryan Cavitt When I get that prompt in recovery... and click "Yes (fix root)".... i dont lose root. Either ways i rebooted again in recovery and flashed the zip... rebooted again... and no prompt showed. Once device rebooted... I went back into recovery.... clicked reboot system now... and once again the prompt showed up... grrr !!! So i'm definitely not losing root... the prompt is just getting to me now...!!
ok i think its becoz of this:
- Fix su permission reset on 4.4 (will not be an issue until Samsung comes out with stock 4.4 ROMs)
learn to speal becouse yoi fuken chimpanzie
Aquaris 5 actualización 1.3.0 no download binaris
+Chainfire When it hangs updating the su binary on 4.4.2 protip to reboot and try again but pkill daemonsu open SuperSU again always worked for me no different on this one thanks ;)
Just updated to 1.85 on nexus 7 2012 grouper with 4.4.2 kitkat. Reboot took an unusually long time and there was a tombstone waiting for me (toolbox mkdir). Weirdly, something had created a folder "/ro,remount"; I'm guessing it was SuperSu because that was the only app update prior to the reboot.
How to reset warranty bit & knox warranty?
not working on : – I9300XXUGMK6
Open Europe test firmware i9300
+James Dean +Kevin Conlin please check the version attached to this post, and let me know if it solves the issue: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=48573997&postcount=4479
Can it work under ART ?
can you please bring an option to apply the old flying android icon?
+Chainfire Success! Galaxy Nexus on 4.4.2 updated with no pkill needed proper permissions init.d scripts all is good in sudo land thanks would be cool to make the .sh scripts optional on pro I run daemonsu as service from my ramdisk ;)
Looks good, apparently normal boot with no tombstone or spurious directory. A few random errors in the logcat, one was generated by SuperSU (isLaunchedBySettings: No).
Now supersu 1.86 for my gs4 :D
GDATA Internet Scurity find Malware as SuperSU Pro 1.86
Please fix it.
updated my i9300 from cm10.1 to cm10.2 with the correct gapps, now lost root. greenify, titanium backup, and adaway no longer working. tried using other root apps (clockwormod, chainsdd) from the play store to root device (and flashing the zip in cwrecovery, still no go. used this updated zip, still nothing. please, help sir. :(
I need help. I can not get root on my galaxy s3 using exyniosabuse v1.40apk is giving error
Stock S2 (Sprint D710) rooted.
So there's 1.86 already :)
Idk what's going on but my sd card had to be wiped
Suddenly everything's weird on my SGH-I537 (s4A)
No connection on some apps
Won't connect to fb with a lot of games
Google play shuts down often
As well as some other apps
Can't connect to Instagram
Su checker says I'm rooted
Titanium backup says I'm not
I didn't change any crazy settings
But I had things like super su saved to sd
PLEASE HELP cant find advice for model SGH-I537 anywhere =(
Super su can't install binary
SuperSU can't seem to update binaries. It keeps failing.
My problem was fixed. But I factory reset my phone. It remained rooted and everything is now working fine
I feel a lot of you aren't researching Google lol
How way to update the program because I do all the modernization process goes in a device Alrkevra
esta informacion me ayudo mas los comentarios anteriores GRACIAS solucione los binarios de galaxys s3 version 4.3
Tutorial - Cómo hacer root al
Samsung Galaxy note 2 (gt-7100)
con Android 4.3
Para hacer con otro modelo,
simplemente reemplazar el archivo
Philz Touch para nuestro dispositivo
en esta pagina Philz Touch
Aquí os explicamos cómo tener acceso root en un Samsung Galaxy
Note 2 con Android 4.3.
ADVERTENCIA: Al hacer root puede haber riesgos y se puede perder
la garantía. Si se siguen los pasos no debe haber ningún problema. De
haberlo, no me hagoresponsable. Este tutorial ha sido probado en mi
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (GT-7100) con Android 4.3. El proceso lo
realizas bajo tu responsabilidad. No olvides realizar un Backup de tus
Archivos para descargar
Philz Touch 5.18.5 para n-7100
Update SuperSu v1.65
Pasos para hacer root
Necesitamos tener acceso al modo recovery para poder flashear la
aplicación SuperSU que es la que nos dará los derechos de root.
Además, al tener modo recovery (CWM) también podremos flashear
cualquier ROM cocinada.
. Comprobamos que tenemos acceso a las Opciones de
desarrollador (si no, solo tenemos que hacer clic varias veces en
el número de complicación en Ajustes–> Información del teléfono).
En las opciones de desarrollador activamos Depuración de USB.
. Abrimos Odin.
. Colocamos en PDA el archivo philz_touc_6.02.1-n7100.tar.md5
. Comprobamos que la casilla Re-Partition NO está activada.
. Apagamos nuestro Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
. Lo reiniciamos en modo download. Para ello pulsamos a la vez la
techa de Volumen abajo + On/Off + Home. Aceptamos pulsando
. Conectamos nuestro Note 2 al ordenador a través de un cable
USB. Una vez reconocido...
. Pulsamos Start.
Nuestro smartphone se reiniciará. Si se ha realizado con éxito ya
tendremos acceso al modo recovery para flashear la nueva versión de
SuperSU. Para ello seguimos los siguientes pasos:
. Copiamos el archivo de Update SuperSu v1.65.zip a la raíz de la
tarjeta para luego localizarlo fácilmente.
. Apagamos nuestro smartphone y lo reiniciamos en modo
recovery. Para ello, pulsamos a la vez Volumen arriba + Home +
. Elegimos la opción Installa zip. En el modo recovery nos
desplazamos con las teclas de volumen y aceptamos con on/off.
. En la siguiente página elegimos choose zip from /sdcard si lo
guardamos en la tarjeta.
. Ahora nos aparecerán todas las carpetas de nuestro smartphone.
Buscamos y seleccionamos nuestro archivo UPDATE-SuperSUv1.65.
. Cuando el proceso termine veremos en la parte inferior: Install
from sdcard complete, press any key to continue. Así que solo
tenemos que hacer clic en on/off y reiniciar nuestro smartphone a
través de la opción Reboot system now.
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