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Since September, XDA Acknowledged Developer Chainfire began a brand new versioning system for SuperSU. This started with model 2.78 SR1 of SuperSU, and right this moment the person has launched 2.78 SR5. As an alternative of labeling them as a Beta, he modified this to a Service Launch naming scheme. He felt this might be a great way of decreasing the variety of folks attempting to add beta releases to non-Google Play app shops since it might proceed to hold the identical model quantity.
Since then, Chainfire began work on getting SuperSU appropriate with the Pixel and Pixel XL, together with ironing out some bugs associated to Android 7.x Nougat. Most of those bug fixes have been associated to the A/B partition system that was launched with Android 7.0 and the Pixel telephones. However there have been another fixes for issues like sukernel, supolicy, suinit, and ensuring SuperSU labored alongside of TWRP as they had been having a battle till SR4 was launched.
At present, he has launched yet one more replace to SuperSU, and this one focuses on some Nougat associated bugs once more. In a Google+ submit, Chainfire tells us that some scripts and companies weren’t in a position to be executed due to some modifications SuperSU makes to SELinux and the stricter service execution guidelines in Nougat. This didn’t occur on all firmwares, however this did result in Wi-Fi, mobile, and different modem-related options not engaged on a few of them (just like the Samsung Nougat beta and CyanogenMod 14.1).
With this replace, the SuperSU GUI now gives a strategy to disable Samsung’s SecurityLogAgent element as a part of disabling KNOX (to assist take away a few of the popups that folks had been experiencing). Chainfire has additionally launched a customized bundle for gaining root entry to the HTC 10‘s new Nougat replace. This can be changed with a flashable ZIP by way of TWRP or CF-Auto-Root when it turns into accessible.
You possibly can obtain the brand new model of SuperSU right here, and you’ll want to try the SuperSU thread proper right here on XDA as effectively.
- Repair shell-based scripts/companies presumably not being executed on 7.x firmwares
- Add SecurityLogAgent to Samsung KNOX detection
- sukernel: power seclabel