All this time, I thought that once I've rooted my phone, it means that I will also have SU access to it. This is true for the first device I rooted. When I rooted it, a SuperUser application appeared on my phone. I was also able to use the command
su on the
However, just recently, I tried to root a different phone. After rooting the phone, I check my applications for the SuperUser app but it's not in the applications. And so I downloaded the SuperUser app on the market. But when I opened it, it says, there is no SU binaries installed on the phone. Also, when I inputted
su on the
adb shell, it can't determine what is
- What could be the problem?
- How can I gain SU privilege?
- I thought that once a phone is rooted, it is automatic to have an SU application or at least access to the
sucommand. Am I wrong with my assumption?
- How can I use the
- What is the real state of the phone I rooted? Does it mean the phone is not really rooted? Or is it still rooted?