How to temp unroot Samsung Galaxy Note II? Yes, Readers Hub can’t be used on rooted Samsung Galaxy Note 2. You need to remove root access in order to use it. Well, not quite. Just uninstall and remove SuperSU (if you root Galaxy Note 2 with CF-Auto-Root). And you are ready to use Readers Hub again… Note – You need to install Superuser from Google Play Store after remove SuperSU. Readers Hub is working fine with Superuser.
CF-Root is not working on your Samsung Galaxy S III? No worry, XDA Developer, Chainfire has another way for you to root Samsung Galaxy S3 ~ CF-Auto-Root. CF-Auto-Root supports Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300, GT-I9300T, GT-I9305, GT-I9305T, GT-I9305N, SHV-E210K, SHV-E210L, SHV-E210S and SHW-M440S models. Unlike CF-Root, CF-Auto-Root provides root access with SuperSU binary and SuperSU application only. So no custom ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery and CWM Manager application are installed. Good for those who need root access only…
XDA Developer, Chainfire is famous with his CF-Root Kernel for Samsung Galaxy S II and Samsung Galaxy Note. And he develops CF-Root for Samsung Galaxy S III as well. But CF-Root for Samsung Galaxy S3 is not a custom kernel anymore. Chainfire makes it simple by adding SuperSU, ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery and CWM Manager Application only to CF-Root. This makes the whole CF-Root installation easier because you can install CF-Root on your Samsung Galaxy S3 no matter what kernel is being used. No more CF-Root for each kernel version. However, this makes some goodies like insecure adbd (ro.secure=0), custom boot scripts and custom boot animations are not supported. Not a big deal as I just want to have CWM and root access.