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[Please help] Replacing Kingroot with SuperSu and installing Xposed on Vodafone Smart Tab grand 6

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Device details:
(07-13-2016, 11:02 AM)someoneXgr Wrote: I have the Vodafone Smart Tab grand 6 10.1 inches,
http://www.vodafone.gr/portal/eShop/Voda...-6-10-inch
Android 5.1, rooted with Kingroot v4.9.3, busybox pro v50 installed

From MT6580_Android_scatter.txt file created by Miracle box:
Quote:- general: MTK_PLATFORM_CFG
info:
- config_version: V1.1.1
platform: MT6580
project: mtk_android
storage: EMMC
boot_channel: MSDC_0
block_size: 0x20000

and from build.prop:
Quote:ro.product.board=MT8321
ro.board.platform=mt6580

CPU-Z reports SoC "MediaTek MT6580"

Block Info from MTK:
https://i.imgur.com/D0YC2T5.png


My problem:
(07-16-2016, 07:22 AM)someoneXgr Wrote: I'm struggling to install supersu and remove kingroot though, kingroot somehow is being able to run with SELinux on enforce mode while if I remove it, either with Simply Unroot or with Kingroot's uninstall feature in settings and install SuperSu 2.76 with TWRP, SELinux doesn't allow SuperSU's su to run (su error: only position independent executables (PIE) are supported), even though it doesn't show any error while being installed in TWRP

Also Xposed (v86 sdk22 arm) can't be installed in TWRP, says "Failed: /system could not be mounted!"



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(07-17-2016, 10:55 AM)someoneXgr Wrote: I'm struggling to install supersu and remove kingroot though, kingroot somehow is being able to run with SELinux on enforce mode while if I remove it, either with Simply Unroot or with Kingroot's uninstall feature in settings and install SuperSu 2.76 with TWRP, SELinux doesn't allow SuperSU's su to run (su error: only position independent executables (PIE) are supported), even though it doesn't show any error while being installed in TWRP

Also Xposed (v86 sdk22 arm) can't be installed in TWRP, says "Failed: /system could not be mounted!"

Root with kingroot first then replace with su. See https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-13417.html
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(This post was last modified: 07-18-2016, 01:03 PM by someoneXgr. )
Latest version of supersume pro doesn't work unfortunately and also this script doesn't work. I don't have a problem with installing SuperSu, I can remove kingroot with either Simply Unroot or by just flashing supersu zip in TWRP and have SuperSu + its su file installed but SELinux doesn't allow SuperSu's su to run
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