1. AC Question's Avatar
    I used towelroot a few months back. Never loaded a custom rom, just ran the app. Root checker says my phone isn't rooted. Terminal emulators say I don't have proper credentials to run "su" command. "SuperSu" will not install, because it can't find Su Binary..

    It would appear as if my phone isn't rooted, but when I try to use IsisWallet, it says it cannot run because my phone is rooted.

    I have a warranty replacement phone coming in the mail, and I don't want to send this one back if they're going to charge me full replacement cost because I voided the damn warranty. Can anyone shed some light on this? How do I completely remove all traces of whatever towelroot did?
    10-11-2014 01:01 AM
  2. ellisroy's Avatar
    Don't know what phone you have but towel root doesn't trip the knox counter. Open the super user app, go to settings and click the "clean up/uninstall" button. Remove su, towelroot. Reboot phone. Download "root checker" to check root status.
    Towel root will not void your warranty.
    Verizon gs4 rooted and still learning
    10-11-2014 04:31 AM

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