SuperSU is the Superuser get admission to administration device of the long run 😉
!!! SuperSU requires a rooted device !!!
SuperSU lets in for developed administration of Superuser get admission to rights for the entire apps in your tool that want root. SuperSU has been constructed from the bottom as much as counter quite a few issues with different Superuser get entry to administration instruments.
– Superuser get right of entry to urged
– Superuser get right of entry to logging
– Superuser get right of entry to notifications
– Per-app notification configuration
– Temporary unroot
– Deep process detection (no more unknowns)
– Works in recovery (no more segfaulting)
– Works when Android is not correctly booted
– Works with non-usual shell places
– Always runs in ghost mode
– Wake on prompt
– Convert to /system app
– Complete unroot
– Backup script to survive CyanogenMod nightlies
– Icon selectable from 5 options + invisible
– Theme selectable from 4 options
– Launch from dialer: *#*#1234#*#* or *#*#7873778#*#* (*#*#SUPERSU#*#*)
NOTE: Not all phones take both codes. On some phones you need to use single *# instead of double *#*#
The Pro version additionally offers:
– OTA survival mode (no guarantees)
– Full shade-coded command content material logging (input/output/error)
– Per-app logging configuration
– Per-app user override
– Grant/deny root to an app for a suite period of time
– PIN protection
– Per-app PIN protection
– Adjust auto-deny countdown
This is meant to replace Superuser (if installed), you utilize both one or the other. You can’t mix them. Statements that this breaks Superuser are subsequently totally nonsensical.
NOTICE: A SPECIAL PROCEDURE IS NEEDED FOR UNINSTALLATION. IF YOU DO NOT LIKE THE APP, DO *NOT* JUST UNINSTALL IT, YOU *WILL* LOSE ROOT.
Superuser get admission to administration runs through a so called “su binary”. There can be only one of these at a time. So when you set up SuperSU, your previous superuser get admission to administration answer will not function. So if you want to switch back: (1) Open that application, and seek for an possibility for it to install/update/replace the “su binary”. (2) Confirm root-using apps are using the superuser solution you want. (3) Uninstall SuperSU.