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[Please help] supersu problem

#1

i have android 4.3 rooted with supersu 2.46 . uts binary size is 74kb. the problem is whenever i reboot phone after booting it says the su binary need to be updated i click it it asks to normal or cwm. i clicked normal. it says success and asks to reboot. this is happening like cycle ie on reboot it starts again.
when i check su on updating it remains of 74 kb.
on every boot or normal reboot it says to update su.
there is no problem in root its works sometimes after reboot .

can anyone help???


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#2
(05-24-2015, 04:13 PM)gursewak Wrote: i have android 4.3 rooted with supersu 2.46 . uts binary size is 74kb. the problem is whenever i reboot phone after booting it says the su binary need to be updated i click it it asks to normal or cwm. i clicked normal. it says success and asks to reboot. this is happening like cycle ie on reboot it starts again.
when i check su on updating it remains of 74 kb.
on every boot or normal reboot it says to update su.
there is no problem in root its works sometimes after reboot .

can anyone help???

what phone model and how did you root it?
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(05-24-2015, 07:20 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(05-24-2015, 04:13 PM)gursewak Wrote: i have android 4.3 rooted with supersu 2.46 . uts binary size is 74kb. the problem is whenever i reboot phone after booting it says the su binary need to be updated i click it it asks to normal or cwm. i clicked normal. it says success and asks to reboot. this is happening like cycle ie on reboot it starts again.
when i check su on updating it remains of 74 kb.
on every boot or normal reboot it says to update su.
there is no problem in root its works sometimes after reboot .

can anyone help???

what phone model and how did you root it?


its spice 445 .i manually rooted it ie
adb push supersu apk into App
su in xbin
changed permission to supersu-644
su- 777 also tried 6755,755
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(05-25-2015, 01:12 AM)gursewak Wrote: its spice 445 .i manually rooted it ie
adb push supersu apk into App
su in xbin
changed permission to supersu-644
su- 777 also tried 6755,755

run root checker and let me know what it says
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#5
when after updating su binary .it says success and reboot is recommended. there comes 2 options 1) ok 2) reboot
if i click ok and check root ,the phone is rooted fine but on reboot 'su binary needs to be updated'
there is no problem in root it works fine.

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(05-26-2015, 12:38 AM)gursewak Wrote: when after updating su binary .it says success and reboot is recommended. there comes 2 options 1) ok 2) reboot
if i click ok and check root ,the phone is rooted fine but on reboot 'su binary needs to be updated'
there is no problem in root it works fine.

so far root works fine, you should stop updating su binaries. what super user app do you have installed? i mean Kinguser, SuperSu....
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#7
its chainfire's supersu 2.46
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(05-26-2015, 02:00 PM)gursewak Wrote: its chainfire's supersu 2.46

is there a setting to disable automatic update check?
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#9
no theres nothing like disabling su update
+ on ignoring su update root stops working.
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#10
(05-27-2015, 03:24 PM)gursewak Wrote: no theres nothing like disabling su update
+ on ignoring su update root stops working.

why not replace Chainfire with Supersu
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