1. jojobda's Avatar
    A couple of days ago I got an update for SuperSU on play store, and so I just clicked it and did the update. Now it says no binary exists. I installed root check and it says I am no longer rooted. I rooted weeks ago using cf root and Odin, went perfectly, no hitches. Do I need to re root? I havnt made any changes other than the update this week that adds brightness option to the phone. I have only done one backup and it was using Kies. I need my root back so I can do the cell standby bug fix. If I reboot do i simply do the same cf root routine? Will it reinstall over the messed up SuperSU and titanium and cwm? Pretty new to android so br patient with me pls.

    Thx

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S3 GT I-9300
    07-07-2012 12:08 PM
  2. Ricky Babalu's Avatar
    A couple of days ago I got an update for SuperSU on play store, and so I just clicked it and did the update. Now it says no binary exists. I installed root check and it says I am no longer rooted. I rooted weeks ago using cf root and Odin, went perfectly, no hitches. Do I need to re root?[HL] I havnt made any changes other than the update this week that adds brightness option to the phone.[/HL] I have only done one backup and it was using Kies. I need my root back so I can do the cell standby bug fix. If I reboot do i simply do the same cf root routine? Will it reinstall over the messed up SuperSU and titanium and cwm? Pretty new to android so br patient with me pls.
    In the past if you are rooted and take an OTA, which it sounds like you did, it will break root.
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    07-07-2012 12:46 PM
  3. jojobda's Avatar
    In the past if you are rooted and take an OTA, which it sounds like you did, it will break root.
    Ok, so it's safe to just reroot over the old files? I'm downloading cf root 6.4 as we speak. I rooted weeks ago with 6.3.

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S3 GT I-9300
    07-07-2012 12:49 PM
  4. jojobda's Avatar
    In the past if you are rooted and take an OTA, which it sounds like you did, it will break root.
    Thx man, I bit the bullet and did it, and all was right with the world.

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S3 GT I-9300
    07-07-2012 02:01 PM
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