Saturday, June 8, 2019

How To Fix Lost Root Access With SuperSU On Phoenix OS 64-bit (Any Version) Easy Way

HOW TO FIX LOST ROOT ACCESS WITH SUPERSU ON PHOENIX OS 64-BIT (ANY VERSION) EASY WAY
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After some user lost his root access on phoenix os using our some tutorial. So this tutorial for those people who face this issue. I will show you how to fix root access on phoenix os 64-bit (any version) users. So let's start,

Requirement:
- SuperSU Flashable Zip (Official)
- Phoenix OS 64-bit (Any official version)
- Some Working Knowledge

Show More: [Beta] Magisk v19.3 & Magisk Manager v7.2.0 For Phoenix OS v3.5.0

How To Fixed:
Step 01: Download requirement file and extract on "sdcard/Download/here" & rename "SuperSU" folder to "su"
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Step 02: Open terminal by pressing "Alt+F1" or "Alt+Fn+F1"

Step 03: Now types this commands
Code:
cd /system/xbin
mv su su.orig
cp /sdcard/Download/su/x64/su .
chmod 4751 su
su --install
su --daemon

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Step 04: Close the console by pressing "Alt+F7" or "Alt+Fn+F7"

Step 05: Go to "sdcard/Download/su/common/" folder and install "supersu.apk".

Step 06: Launch SuperSU app from the app drawer, Press Continue, then select Normal to update the binary normally. Exit out of the app after the update is successful.

Step 07: Now restart your phoenix os

Step 08: Open settings>AutoRun and enable SuperSU app, so that it can automatically run when other apps request Superuser access.
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Step 09: Open SuperSU and see root access success.

[Note: If you are using magisk manager then this method did'nt work]

Or, See this video:
Coming soon...

Source: XDA-Developers

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