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I used a rooting package on my Galaxy S4 which installed SuperSU. Howvever, I preferred to use SuperUser, so I removed SuperSU and installed SuperUser.

Now the apps that normally request root do not seem to do it anymore, and also cease to function correctly.

How can I make my newly installed SuperUser App into the default root manager?

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  1. open settings in Super SU.
  2. go to cleanup section.
  3. switch Superuser app.
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  • weird enough that clean for switch options removes both superSU and superuser, after reinstalling superuser and launching it, it still complains about old binary and cant install new one.
    – peter
    Aug 30, 2014 at 20:14

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