Another day another update - and unless some major issues arise, quite likely the last one until September.
There's been a lot of talk about the nosuid flag on mounts, that this prevents Android apps from executing things like su. While in the standard su setup this is certainly true, it doesn't really matter, and isn't the big reason SuperSU went daemon/proxy.
All this information is subject to change without notice. The current SuperSU at time of writing is v1.45.
Minor but important update.
I don't normally post hobby-related things here, but in this case I know there are a fair number of Canon camera users among my followers.
This is mostly a bugfix release for Android 4.3.
Great news everyone! The root I made for the SGS4's 4.3 leak works fine on the official Nexus 4.3 firmwares ( https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images ). Tested on Nexus 10, no issues seen so far.
A new update to DSLR Controller has been released on Play!
It has been a while coming, and now it's finally here - the customized version of DSLR Controller you can run on a cheap Android TV stick to create a Wi-Fi module for your Canon EOS !
The past few weeks I've spent a lot of time optimizing quite a few DSLR Controller routines. Aside from doing some things in smarter (less expensive) ways, rescheduling code, and parallelizing where possible to make more efficient use of multi-core chips, there's also a lot of hand-crafted NEON code in there.