If you're an OmniROM user on one of the latest nightlies, you might have noticed that suddenly, wild System Updates have appeared, courtesy of OpenDelta.
The TP-Link TL-MR3040 is a very cheap (about 40 bucks) and small portable wireless hotspot with it's own 2000 mAh battery.
One of the big things of this release is that it stops breaking root on a number of (mostly HTC One) firmwares, as well as various x86 devices.
I'll probably be asleep when Play actually starts updating, so here's the release notes a bit early. Minor update just fixing some stuff and adding some often requested settings.
I've just uploaded SuperSU v1.75 to Google Play, which should start updating over the next few hours. All CF-Auto-Root's have also been updated. The download box at the bottom of this post leads to the latest flashable ZIP.
I've just uploaded v1.11 to Google Play, it should start updating in a few hours.
This is BETA version and will not be distributed via Play Store. I ask tech-savvy rooters (those who know how to recover from a bad root) to test this version on every Android device and version they have and report back issues (to the XDA thread, please). Please do not redistribute this version (don't upload it elsewhere, don't include it in ROMs, etc)
... rom my holiday to Costa Rica last summer.
Seems people have been having some issues with the latest update, and updating in combination with KitKat.
This applies to SuperSU v1.69 and older.