Tag: SuperSU

Chainfire quits SuperSU, consultant until February 24

Around two years ago, Chainfire sold SuperSU to Chinese company CCMT, which prompted a lot of questions from the Android aftermarket community. Chainfire was...

SUhide Lite is an app that hides your phone’s root status

SuperSU has been one of the most popular pieces of Android software for tweaking and customizing your device to your heart’s content. This was...

Chainfire releases SuperSU 2.82 beta for the latest Android O Developer Preview

Google recently outed Android O Developer Preview 3, and little by little, it’s getting traction from the hard core Android O early adopters and...

Chainfire recommends SuperSU 2.79 for Xperia devices

Over the last couple of days, some of SuperSU’s users have complained that version 2.80 and 2.81 of the popular rooting app have caused...

Android O Developer Preview 1 gets rooted via SuperSU

Chainfire has released a version of SuperSU that allows you to gain root access on a Nexus 5X or a Nexus 6P with Android...

SuperSU 2.78 SR5 fixes compatibility and modem issues, Chainfire outs installer for HTC 10

So it seemed that the earlier release of SuperSU 2.78 (that was SR4) had compatibility issues with a few devices which released their Nougat...

OnePlus 3T now rooted, has fully functional TWRP custom recovery build

We shouldn’t really be surprised at the speed at which these things do happen nowadays, but yes, we still find ourselves saying, “Well that...

Rooting for Newbies: How to gain root access

In first article of this series which we call “Rooting for Newbies,” we spent a good deal of time explaining what rooting was and...

Chainfire’s SuperSU 2.78 SR4 now plays nice with TWRP on Pixel and Nougat 7.1

We told you about Chainfire putting out some SuperSU boot-to-root images for Android 7.1 Nougat on Google’s new Pixel smartphones. Apparently, the TWRP custom...

Root for the Google Pixel, Pixel XL is now available via SuperSU 2.78 SR2

We told you guys that legendary developer Chainfire had gained systemless root access to Google’s spanking new handsets – the Google Pixel and Pixel...

Chainfire achieves systemless root access to Pixel, available to the public soon

Getting root access has become a more complicated thing ever since Google tightened up on the security and file integrity protocols of Android starting...

Chainfire: SuperSU will have problems with Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Chainfire, one of the legendary names in Android aftermarket development and maker of the popular root access manager app SuperSU, took to his Google+...