Samsung keeps switching things in their bootloaders, their /system, and their protections. Naturally this requires an update to Triangle Away for these new firmwares.
I have just updated the CF-Auto-Root for the Note3, and it now works with the 4.4.2 firmware for the Note3.
So a few hours ago I was informed there was a Android 4.4 KitKat leak for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Unfortunately they changed some stuff around and SuperSU stopped working.
Reshared from https://plus.google.com/+JorritJongma/posts/3KAtz485c7L
My download server has been completely hammered the last few days with requests, so I guess there's a lot of new phones out there that needed rooting. As I was celebrating xmas myself with my family I didn't have a chance to do much about it. I have however made some changes now to the caching mechanisms and such, so the downloads should all be back up.
I'm just going to leave this here ... (and run off to unpack presents with my family)
Nothing spectacular in this update. Most noteworthy are that a number of issues with the TL-MR3040 were fixed, so if you're using one (see http://dslrcontroller.com/guide-wifi_mr3040.php ) you should update the app as well as the TL-MR3040 firmware !
Seems the situation has broken even more than before. A poster-child case why developing apps for Android is a frustrating affair at the best of times.
... disable "secure mode" (which is enabled by default) from the actionbar dropdown menu (the three vertical dots).
OpenDelta received some security-related updates yesterday, which should be rolling out in Omni nightlies as we speak, so tomorrow's nightly update will be its first live test. These updates will allow secure verification of the re-generated (or downloaded) OTA ZIP by TWRP recovery.