- Oct 6, 2011
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Well, ican personally say voodoo keeps root. I did have adaway fail to acquire root after the update because of superusers binary being old. I restored root using voodoo, then set es file explorer root options to allow access.. So i updated it by downloading the flashable su binary zip and copying and pasting the su bin folder on top of the normal one, overwriting it. Then tibup and ad away worked perfectly. I dont know if perhaps users had another issue, but thats what worked for me with the soak, not this.FYI, there is not a working root exploit for this build. It may come down the road, but its not looking good so far.
Mixed reports about protecting root and being able to restore it after the update. doesn't seem to be much rhyme or reason as to why it works for some and not others. if you ever have to fxz back to stock, you will lose root and there is currently nothing that can be done about it.
I am staying away from this one until the devs have a chance to really tear into it and find out if a root exploit is even possible.
Voodoo OTA works fine. The issue people are having is making their root backup and then FXZ back to .246 erasing their backup.