It’s the identical with each main working system yearly – it will get introduced, all of the tantalising new options are paraded in entrance of you, and you then’re informed you must wait an excellent few months to truly pay money for the newest and biggest. Google’s no exception with Android, particularly the brand new construct simply introduced at Google I/O; Android L. Nevertheless, Android and Google being what they're, they’ve successfully simply been hoist by their very own open-supply petard.
That’s as a result of no sooner had the brand new construct been pushed to builders to get caught into; somebody’s solely gone and rooted the software program for each Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) units, and made all of it publicly out there, like.
Outstanding Android developer Chainfire posted on Twitter suggesting his SuperSU flashable zip wouldn’t take a lot modification to get it working with Android L, and lo and behold the intelligent peeps at The Android Soul have tweaked it good and correct to get issues working.
Repair SuperSU on L: copy /system/and so forth/set up-restoration,sh to /system/bin/set up-restoration.sh from restoration. Cannot replace the ZIP from overseas...
— Chainfire XDA (@ChainfireXDA) June 27, 2014
You want to arrange a customized restoration to flash the modified SuperSU file, which may be downloaded from The Android Soul – there are additionally full directions right here on find out how to get all of it loaded onto your Nexus system. As ordinary, that is all guarantee voiding stuff and you must know what you’re getting your self into earlier than playing around with any of it. Use at your personal danger, yadda, yadda, yadda, so on and so forth.
Additionally, with out wishing to state the bleeding apparent, it is the Developer Preview, so not ultimate software program - do not go anticipating a totally-featured or polished construct of Android right here.
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