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Chainfire updated SuperSU 2.60 Beta Version Fixed some Kernal Problem

Yesterday Chainfire update SuperSu v2.60 BETA, With automated boot image pathing, This update testing on

Galaxy Note 3 @ Stock 4.4.2Galaxy S6 @ Stock 5.1.1
Nexus 5 (hammerhead) @ Stock 6.0, CM13
Nexus 5X (bullhead) @ Stock 6.0
Nexus 6 (shamu) @ Stock 6.0
Nexus 6P (angler) @ Stock 6.0
Nexus 7 2013 (flo) @ Stock 6.0
Nexus 7 3G 2013 (deb) @ Stock 6.0
Nexus 9 (volantis) @ Stock 6.0

If you are coming from a SuperSU install in system, you must re-flash the stock system partition contents priot to installing this.

If you are coming from a SuperSU system- less install, you must re-flash stock kernel prior to installing this.

If you on Android 6.0 or Samsung 5.1, the ZIP installer will install SuperSU in systemless mode and patch the boot image. The boot image patcher currently only supports gzip compressed ramdisks and the standard Android boot image format. Some devices do not use the standard format, and many custome kernels use a compression other than gzip. A backup is made (/data/stock_boot_<sha>.img.gz) of the original kernel before patching it.

This version also fixxed some Systemless bugs. like ZIP installer breaking pro, automatic kernel patcher to ZIP installer, cleanup options in setting, available for 5.1.1 (for samsung only, need to full unroot and reflash system before update) and Sixed recursive mount issue on Samsung 5.1.1 that coult ultimately lead to root being lost.

Source :- Forum XDA- Developers Chainfire. - [Click for QR Code]



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