Super root manager SuperSU v2.79 SR1 is now alive and joyous tool to Android Nougat users
Chainfire is an Android rooting hero, to the Android users, sometimes he seem like superhuman demi-gods living on a higher plane. And recently, Chainfire has released the latest v2.79 SR1 for his essential superuser manager SuperSU.
As you see, this is a SR version update, in other words it is now a stable version. So the SuperSU v2.79 SR1 will provides you with better root service.
According to the original developer, the new SuperSU v2.79 SR1 mainly focuses on SELinux changes for Android 7.x Nougat. Actually, the new SuperSU version includes also lots of other changes, such as expand Samsung detection, fix binary update notice when superuser disabled by user in some cases, fix cpio restore failure with very short filenames, etc..
If you need it, you can get the flashable ZIP package from the link below.
SuperSU v2.79 SR1 Download Directly
About SuperSU v2.79 SR1
- Expand Samsung detection
- GUI: reworked portions to work with ‘supersu’ context on 7.0+
- GUI: fix binary update notice when superuser disabled by user in some cases
- su: reworked portions to work with ‘supersu’ context on 7.0+
- su/GUI: improve responsiveness when device busy on 7.0+
- sukernel: fix cpio restore failure with very short filenames
- sukernel: no longer patches file_contexts(.bin)
- sukernel: revert force seclabel (no longer needed with ‘supersu’ context)
- supolicy: add "create", "auditallow", "auditdeny" policy commands
- supolicy: support "*" for permission/range parameter of "allow", "deny", "auditallow", "auditdeny", "allowxperm" policy commands
- supolicy: reworked all SELinux rules for 7.0+, run as ‘supersu’ context
- ZIP: Separate slotselect and system_root logic
- ZIP: Adjust system/system_root device and mount-point detection
- ZIP: Fix minor errors in documentation
- ZIP/frp: Explicitly label /su