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A new BETA was released today, available in the usual spot (also linked from the thread below).
Additionally, I uploaded some modified stock boot images for the Nexus devices the Android 6.0 firmwares have been released for already - and instructions how to make your own.
Combined, they allow root on 6.0 devices with SELinux in Enforcing mode.
(of course the BETA also fixes some other minor things)
+Chainfire this makes me very happy, thanks for your work! But I'm worried about using a closed source su app when I don't know who the owners of it are. Why should I trust su when it gives so much access and I don't know the source?
Your name makes me want to trust it, but I'm still worried and I'm not usually a tin foil hat guy. Can somebody explain to me why I shouldn't worry so I can go home and root!
As always, you rock +Chainfire. Out of curiosity, what are the chances of acquiring root without the modified boot images? I may just wait to root if that will be coming down the line.
+Mike LaTorre I REALLY want to. The fact that all other su apps have all but disappeared shows he knows what he's doing, and I don't doubt his work or his integrity.
But now it's not just his work or his integrity, it's people with financial interests who won't tell us who they are. That kind of sketches me out.
Chain fire thanks now we can root.
+Derrick Trujillo If you can't trust chainfire then don't bother rooting. By far the most respected dev out there.
He has been doing this for many years now without a bad word said with regards his work.
Thousands if not millions trust him but the choice is yours.
This guy just rocks!
Nice one! Gotta love beta's
like always the master at work.......thank you chainfire, you rock!!
+Jason Sutton I think ur missing the point that +Derrick Trujillo is trying to make.. Yes everyone trusts Chainfire, that isn't the issue.. Read this: http://www.androidauthority.com/chainfire-supersu-ownership-645831/
I still trust the work behind this amazing app, but lets not forget Chainfire will b involved for the next 2 years.
+Jason Sutton Chainfires integrity is not the issue, he has earned the trust of the community. I'm appreciative of his work and even though I don't know how much he sold SuperSU for, I bet he deserved more!
But trust should not be earned by association with a trustworthy developer or financially by buying out a trustworthy developer.
I don't offer my trust to people who won't even come out of hiding. I trust pushbullet because they are in public and participate in the community. The only thing we know about the new owners is that they are probably Chinese, and that they are involved with other root apps, that's it.
I'd be happy to offer my trust to the people who now own this app if we could get to know who they are and why they wanted to buy this app from Chainfire.
+Derrick Trujillo I'm fairly certain Chainfire didn't sell SuperSU to CCMT. He just transferred ownership of it.
The legend is back!
So far working great on hammerhead using your boot.img and v2.50
+Derrick Trujillo Sorry I was unaware he had even sold it, my mistake.
Why might the new kernel wipe data for encrypted devices? Is it because it makes encryption optional? Other kernels don't wipe data.
Has anyone rooted N6 yet?
Why do we need kernel?/ any future for no custom ramdisk kernel?
+Robert Montoya no, couple of years. And it's going to be scary trusting some random company that happens to have some root apps with the very thing thing gives root access. I believe chainfire did his research before handing it over but still a bit scary.
CM's builtin root is open, right?
+Matthew Fura If that's true that's too bad, he should have been compensated handsomely for his work. I also wish he would have been paid handsomely by people we know. :)
Good work man ;) 2.49 worked if on another kernel tho ?
So just update with wug fresh to Android m then just flash this as normal in wug fresh via the root options?
+Matthew Fura I'm fairly certain transfer of ownership = Sale.
+Daniela Okafor I'm not so sure. Chainfire never charged for Super SU. It was all donation based work. I could be wrong though.
+Chainfire When you said workaround for kernel might work for samsung 5.1.1 devices, does this only apply to devices that launched with 4.4+ originally, or can this be worked with for example note5?
+Matthew Fura he once charged for pro features its the early years.
+Derrick Trujillo You are using a phone running Google's software that can spy on you at will, especially if you install Google Apps and yet you are concerned about the application that gives you the permissions to allow you to actually MONITOR what is being sent? You are misplacing your fears my good fellow.
Great news as the new Nexus devices should be good to go practically out of the box at this rate of development
Chainfire what about auto root for android 5.1.1 ? Thank you
+Michael Lobanov auto root just flashes SuperSU zip, you can it yourself
thank you sir :)
Android Legend! Thanks!
Before expanding this post on my phone it said a new beta was released today, available in the us. I thought maybe +Chainfire had started work for Google, pushing out services in the US first....! Thanks for saving Android for another year!
+Derrick Trujillo You should definitely worry. That's why you don't want to root your phone. There are certain profits from having root of course, I weighted and decided I am better with root than without, but you should make your decision yourself.
Having root does make your phone vulnerable, mostly to your own mistakes as I like to think, but also to abusing by software developers, SuperSU most of all.
There was a good point from +Ethan S. though about using smartphone. Don't root and even better dump android phone and buy cheap Nokia.
Thinking of it, you know how easy it is to abuse just the fact you are connected to cellular network, don't you? Monitor your location, your habits, whom do you eat with, whom do you sleep with… Did you consider staying completely offline?
will there ever be a version just like auto-root, where we don't need to flash a custom kernel?
+Niko McGill: It's 2 days since Android 6 was released. Give him time.
+Markus Birth ha, you're right :D I might be a little bit impatient ;)
I know some of you are concerned, perfectly understandable. For the time being, I would just point out that this BETA has been posted by me personally and is available through my own personal download server.
This +Chainfire fellow works suprisingly quick ? Thank you for the efforts on the update ?
Android 6, rooted :D !
Thanks AGAIN for your awesome work +Chainfire
+Jason Sutton CyanogenMod lead was the most respected dev too....now you can see what he's doing.
can you share the download link for 2.49
But, i can't turn on my device after falshing your modify kernel?Is there some mistake?
PSA: +Chainfire has updated the boot images. So if you had any problems, try the new ones.
+Markus Birth The update is release on the precedent page???
+Markus Birth i am very apprciate your notification...i just flash the kernel and tun on device successfully!!!!
I lost root from Super SU, started by needing to update SU binary. I have HTC Desire 626s Android 5.1, htc_a32eul, will this work on my device? I am a bit overwhelmed.
WAS, I have installed Beta-SuperSU-v2.51.zip, attained root backand everything working great! Thanks for your replies.
I didn't have a number just e mail buti am verry intrested in being a bata tester
Worked like a charm, thank you!
Xda xda community apps
Without your efforts, root access was just a dream. Thank you!
Bravo pour votre travail. Grâce à celui-ci nous pouvons profiter de la totalité des possibilités de nos smartphones
Does titanium back up works on latest beta su?
This guy is phenomenal !!
My friend I have problems with superuser. I have [no apps configured ] massage why and how to fix that. Thanks.
+Chainfire Thanks for your dedicated commitment to this bleak cause that fuels our (and surely also your) enjoyment of today's mobile devices. I know you're winding down your fight now, but thanks for giving so much of yourself for so long.
I assume you're very well employed outside of these hobbyist interests?
hi ! I bought a wiko lenny 2, android 5.1 can you help me please .I didn't find a root for my phone. thank you
Recently I installed SuperSu on my Kyocera Hydro Icon (has TWRP recovery on device)... Upon opening SuperSu I was prompted to 'update binaries' and I selected the update button for CWM/TWRP. Once selecting this button the phone did a reboot and upon the phone coming back on the little green icon man showed up with the turning gears and the update line flashes to about 1/2 inch and then quickly repeats this over and over and over...
Because of this my phone cannot ever boot completely up and does not allow me to boot into my recovery program because of the above problem...
I am urgently asking you provide me with some means of getting around this problem...
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
hi, supersu works with lenovo zuk z1 ??
sorry if it not the place.
i buy supersu for my old s3...
Hows about y'all stop treating completely unrelated, arbitrary Google+ posts from months ago like they are support forum threads.
Does the lack of response to the last three people that posted completely unrelated "please help me" replies somehow encourage you? Maybe you like not being responded to??
Help me please, I can't update my SU binary, how to solve it?
Hey really hate to bug but im on lollipop 5.0 is there a way to unlock my G9009P. Sprint tells Me NO!
Help me plz supersu code upgradin dont googleplay store
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