I got that from flashing a ROM, and have both Superuser and SuperSU as a result. Is there a way to remove the latter permanently? Tried:
1) Using Root Explorer to remove any one. Found Superuser.apk with the SuperSU icon :eek:
2) Flashed SuperSU to remove SuperUser. Didn't work.
I don't like having both running simultaneously, so is there a way to get besides factory reset?
So, I have the T-Mobile S4, obviously, and I updated to 4.3 using Kies. Well, long story short, after the updated I couldn't use WiFi at all. I ended up using Odin and putting the stock firmware back on, and that fixed everything.
Now, I rooted it using this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1980683 but, the SuperSU root isn't letting me use OBackup, now.
I have noticed there are two popular zips to root a device, CWM-SuperSU and Superuser. They both apear to function the same way. Is one of these preferred? I have only ever used the Superuser files since I joined the Android team. Am I missing anything? Thanks.
So I just installed SlimROM onto my S3. None of my root-apps can get superuser access. No superuser prompt shows up, they all get the message "Superuser access is needed but could not be acquired". There *is* a Superuser thingy in the Advanced Options, so I don't know why it isn't working.
I finally got Koush's Superuser manager to install, hoping that it would allow the built in superuser to activate(considering that the built in superuser is the same thing), however it doesn't manage properly. Exacting the su binary from the CM 11m8 build for bacon didn't work when manually installled. Anybody have any ideas?
And yes I've used SuperSu on it, so please don't suggest it.