Chainfire, the developer behind SuperSU, has taken to Google+ to talk about his latest root exploit for Android Lollipop preview builds and why rooting may prove to be a much more difficult task in the future.
SuperSU has been updated to version 2.01, bringing support for Android L Preview. Most won’t be able to take advantage of it, but some of you can enjoy it.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about lots of things Google did, how root apps have some troubles ahead, and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss!
According to a new report from Chainfire, changes in AOSP hint that there are several hurdles heading our way when it comes to rooted apps.
Chainfire’s Galaxy S5 root method now supports several more variants of the Galaxy S5, including T-Mobile, US Cellular, Canada and more.
Ahead of the official launch of the Galaxy S5 in most markets, the GS5 model SM-G900F has already been rooted thanks to the efforts of Chainfire.
It’s time for the Sochi 2014 and we have a nice choice of Android apps to help you follow it. Also, we talk about the news from around the app world!
Chainfire, the developer behind apps like SuperSU and Mobile ODIN, addresses one specific privacy concern with his latest app – Wi-Fi-based location tracking. Dubbed Pri-Fy, Chainfire’s app protects you from entities that monitor your device’s MAC address.
A recent commit to the Android Open Source Project master tree has been spotted that could potentially stop many root apps from working. The new change could reportedly arrive in the next version of Android.
A new app developed by Chainfire called RegionLock Away lets users quickly remove the region lock from the Galaxy Note 3. Check it out.