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[Downloads] Super sume pro apk. App to replace kingroot and install superSu

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We all know when you really need to gain real access to the intoto of your phone SuperSu is your daddy to call.

Well this app will replace your already installed kingroot
(Phone should be rooted already)

Just install and replace download here
https://hovatek.com/redirect.php?link=ht...apk/56552/


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#2
hmmm but if I flash super su from zip file it automatically removes kingroot and installs SuperSU Na?
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(06-09-2016, 07:49 AM)awesomeironman Wrote: hmmm but if I flash super su from zip file it automatically removes kingroot and installs SuperSU Na?

flashing supersu zip in custom recovery should replace kingroot as well
the above procedure is just another means of replacing kingroot with supersu
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This method didn't work for me... It ruined my device. Now I got bootloop...(Android 5.1, MTK6580, Kingroot v4.9.2 143)
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(08-17-2016, 03:00 PM)Fingers7606 Wrote: This method didn't work for me... It ruined my device. Now I got bootloop...(Android 5.1, MTK6580, Kingroot v4.9.2 143)

How exactly did you do it because it doesnt need rebooting and it just helps you replace already installed kingroot/kinguser.
Was your phone rooted first?

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(This post was last modified: 08-23-2016, 08:53 AM by barolorun. )
(08-17-2016, 06:07 PM)matybazz Wrote:
(08-17-2016, 03:00 PM)Fingers7606 Wrote: This method didn't work for me... It ruined my device. Now I got bootloop...(Android 5.1, MTK6580, Kingroot v4.9.2 143)

How exactly did you do it because it doesnt need rebooting and it just helps you replace already installed kingroot/kinguser.
Was your phone rooted first?

I once experienced the same issue before joining this forum. Then, I searched on Google and found an explanation by the developers of KingRoot on XDA-Developers. They said they had to block SuperSUMe from successfully removing the latest version of KingRoot because it used to remove both KingRoot and their Purify app (which they said has nothing to do with rooting process). Therefore, SuperSUMe might be working in June (for an old version of KingRoot) when @matybazz posted this thread, but not anymore. @Fingers7606, I recommend you flash your phone's stock ROM to fix the bootloop. I'm not sure this alternative will work: if you have a custom recovery on your phone, you can use it to backup only your "Boot" and "System" partitions, then restore the backup. You'll lose all your data though.
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