Regarding v2.80, v2.81 (Plz read before you post!)



  • Guest said in Regarding v2.80, v2.81 (Plz read before you post!):

    Guest said:

    That's what I did on Pixel XL. No issues, root is back

    any chance to geht a step by step instruction for the less experienced but expertly anoyed users AS well? mich obliged!



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  • @Akkash1105 said in Regarding v2.80, v2.81 (Plz read before you post!):

    Hi all,

    The recent updates v2.80 & v2.81 have caused some havoc among SuperSU users. According to Chainfire and CCMT's last week announcements, they are putting 120% effort geting this done. My phone had the same problem like you guys and I fixed it by rolling it back to 2.79. I will also wait for either SuperSU v2.81 SR1 or v2.82 for a guaranteed fix.

    And I also checked on permissions. The new SuperSU asked a lot of permissions. It is so because previously, it asks almost ZERO permissions. I had a look at both Chainfire & CCMT's announcements and according to them, the permissions are there because of the "feedback" option. Chainfire also dislike this option on SuperSU, and I also hope they can take it out.

    So....

    If you wish to report a technical error, such as root loss and bootloop, PLEASE DO IT HERE. I will read them and compile them and sent them to Chainfire.

    If you choose not to post it here. Your case will be ignored. I am putting this upfront.



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  • @Akkash1105 said in Regarding v2.80, v2.81 (Plz read before you post!):

    Hi all,

    The recent updates v2.80 & v2.81 have caused some havoc among SuperSU users. According to Chainfire and CCMT's last week announcements, they are putting 120% effort geting this done. My phone had the same problem like you guys and I fixed it by rolling it back to 2.79. I will also wait for either SuperSU v2.81 SR1 or v2.82 for a guaranteed fix.

    And I also checked on permissions. The new SuperSU asked a lot of permissions. It is so because previously, it asks almost ZERO permissions. I had a look at both Chainfire & CCMT's announcements and according to them, the permissions are there because of the "feedback" option. Chainfire also dislike this option on SuperSU, and I also hope they can take it out.

    So....

    If you wish to report a technical error, such as root loss and bootloop, PLEASE DO IT HERE. I will read them and compile them and sent them to Chainfire.

    If you choose not to post it here. Your case will be ignored. I am putting this upfront.



  • @Akkash1105 Hi Akkash1105, thnx in advance for your help.

    My problem is absolutely the same, explained in this form, but not between 4.2 and 5.1. I´m a software dev also and I know how fast things can happen. But in this case I tried everything I found on the web and I could imagine as a technical versed person. No chance. 100% Show-Stopper.

    System: 7.1.2
    SuperSU: 2.79 (by SuperRoot)
    SuperSU: 2.78 (by Settings Tab in pre-installed SuperSU app, located in /system/app/Superuser/Superuser.apk)
    Device: Netxeon Orbsmart S84 (Amlogic s912, T820)

    I have stock firmware and - by now - I´m not willing to flash cwm or twrp. I purchased this device two weeks ago, so I don´t want to lose warranty conditions.

    This device was delivered with pre-installed SuperSU app v. 2.79 (or 2.78???). It was reasonably naive to believe, that only very few user got this problem.

    As I boot the device, everything seems to be fine. But than I install ES File Explorer. I go to settings there and activate root explorer. I get the message, that ES File Explorer got root access for this session (not literal, but similar; I granted generally!).

    But I´m not at all able, to open the context menu for root explorer (grant r/w to...). Just nothing happens. No error, no effect, nothing. Just silence. And - if I try to add a folder e.g. to system, it fails as of no permission problem.

    When I opened up SuperSU app, I immediately got the alert, to update the su binary and - if I do not - that SuperSU will probably not work as expected. So I did. "Bootloop 1".

    Flash back to recovery.

    Then I thought, (because I purchased SuperSU Pro loooooong time ago) I´d try to update SuperSU and afterward install the Pro-Activation-App. "Bootloop 2".

    Again flash back to recovery.

    No I tried to only update pre-installed SuperSU app to the actual version in Play Store (2.82). "Bootloop 3".

    Flash back to recovery.

    I tried everything I could imagine. No success at all.

    Please give me some hints to the right direction. But not that one, to flash CWM or TWRP (etc.) and.... As I said: I don´t want to lose my warranty conditions and also, I don´t want to wait until this warranty conditions are gone, to risk something. As a matter of fact, this device was not the most expensive, but a hundred bugs are a hundred bugs. And of course I don´t want to jump around by trial and error from device to device to device...

    I would be so happy to get some help from you.

    Best regards, Ingmar



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