FlashFire tool gets update – say Hello to Android 6.0 and OTA support

The FlashFire tool from developer Chainfire has been updated today and, starting now, you will not have to manually update every time there is an Android update being released. Rooting has become more of an usual action now, when Android OS keeps changing and maturing, and one measure that made modding a much less desired […]

Chainfire’s systemless root allows automated boot image patching on installation

Chainfire’s systemless root is now allowing automated boot image patching when you install. This basically means that you don’t have to upload specific boot images for smartphones and tablets because the zip installer for SuperSu will install in systemless mode and patch the boot image automatically. This will only work on Android 6.0 and Touchwiz […]

Samsung Galaxy S6 gets Chainfire’s CF -Auto-Root ready for unlocked bootloaders

Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to make an appearance in a few weeks, but it already has an updated version of CF Auto Root ready to fire from Chainfire. Some versions of Galaxy S6 already have a root method this way, but keep in mind we’re talking only about the unlocked bootloader versions.     […]

SuperSU version 2.35 available for download in Google Play Store

SuperSU version 2.35 is now available for download from the Google Play Store, after a good beta run. Lollipop users can now try the popular tool as it now works with more root apps than before. The file can be flashed via the regular ZIP in TWRP or other custom recoveries, whichever suits you best, […]

Chainfire’s SuperSu gets beta for rooting Lollipop without using a modified kernel

Chainfire is closer and closer to developing a perfect way of rooting devices without the help of modified kernels. The first attempt is the newest SuperSU beta – version 2.27 – where you will no longer need a modified kernel in order to root Lollipop devices. But if you try this beta release, be warned […]

SuperSU Beta available for testing on Lollipop – Chainfire is looking for feedback

If you’re a rooting lover and dev, you may want to try the SuperSU Beta and give Chainfire a hand in perfecting the update to Android 5.0. Lollipop is a big step towards security with its implementation of SELinux and, even if it managed to get root access on Lollipop just after release, Chainfire had […]