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.
I was wondering if I can use the Superuser that comes with Cyanogenmod instead of SuperSU? I rooted my N5 before I used the Installer for CyanogenMod and now I have both the CyanogenMod Superuser and SuperSU. Can I remove the SuperSU? Is there a step-by-step guide to remove it?