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    Hey, I'm new here, I have an xperia z2 rooted with kingroot, it was all going fine till I wanted to copy some files to systel/lib, root manager showed that I don't have the permission to write in there,.... Could anyone help. I'll appreciate any help

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    Which file manager app are you using? As you're probably aware the app itself does require root privileges to actively do anything in /system/lib. You should have the SuperSU app or whichever equivalent Kingroot uses on your Z2, when you open it is your file manager app listed there?
     
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    I'm using root manager,.. I'm afraid kingroot doesn't install a super user app,... When I used it. It installed a purify thing
     
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    I'm using root manager, and kingroot didn't install a superuser app, can I just download a SuperSU, and would that fix my problem
     
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    Ahhh, not familiar with Root Manager. I use Root Explorer myself. When you start up the Root Manager app or when you're accessing system directories does it prompt you with any kind of allow/deny message? If not it seems odd that Kingroot doesn't have some kind of root management utility. Anyway, SuperSU is available from the Play Store:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=eu.chainfire.supersu&hl=en
    This might also be relevant:
    https://www.hitricks.com/remove-kingroot-install-supersu
     
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    You can inatall SuperSU but it won't do anything while kingroot's KU is active. You can try the superSU-Me apk, it didn't work for me. Or use google and search for the script you run from the terminal apk named something like "Replace KU with SU v2.4.zip" it replaces Kingroot's binary KU with SuperSU's.
     
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