Sometime after we root and installed the superuser app on android phone or tablet we receive unable to obtain the root permission, no-root message. Most of the time this is a su binary issue, which mean as a result of an incomplete root process. For instance your device has corrupted SU file or there’s no such a file.
Using a single SU binary flash zip file we can fix is issued. In addition to that SuperUser app from ChainDD not work some devices latest Android version. Therefore you got the no-root error.
Before follow this guide, you need to flash a recovery for your device. After that we flash SuperSU zip file using that recovery. This method we use ChainFire SuperSU app. It’s better than SuperUser app.
This method may not all the android devices, sometime you can’t flash a recovery without root permission. At that time you can’t follow this guide.
Optionally you can push busybox into your system folder. This method, we only push a junk busybox files, after they installed you have to download the busybox installer from the Google play and update the binary. Before follow this method, you need to install adb driver on your computer.You can use PDA.net based method for that.
adb root adb remount adb push busybox /system/busybox adb shell
After it completed type “reboot” without quotes. Now your phone reboot, finally type “exit” without quotes. Now windows command prompt close and update your phone, tablet Busybox using the busybox installer free app in here.
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