Download suhide v1.09 for SuperSU

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Suhide is using for Hiding Android Root Status. Suhide works only on a stock ROM based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow or higher. However, the Suhide app, developed and released by Chainfire, allows users to hide the root status of their device on an app-by-app basis, no need to globally disable root, and it seems to be working with Android Pay as well.

Google has also made the SafetyNet API available to all third-party app developers to check for the presence of root. Suhide SafetyNet verified passed.

SafetyNet pass

CyanogenMod/LineageOS Not currently tested or supported. Might work, might not. Custom kernels(ROMs) If they changed build props, they will probably fail SafetyNet check (for now).

Download suhide v1.09

Before install check this

  • SuperSU v2.82 SR2 or newer (Download Here)
  • SuperSU installed in SBIN mode (default on O+)
  • Android 6.0 or newer
  • TWRP (3.0.2 or newer with access to /data), FlashFire is not (yet) supported.

How to install

  1. Firstly, make sure you are using SuperSU in SBIN mode on Android 6.x and 7.x
  2. Secondly, Boot into TWRP
    • adb shell: echo “BINDSBIN=true”>/data/.supersu
    • OR: flash SuperSU Config and select Systemless SBIN mode
  3. Reflash SuperSU v2.82 SR2 or newer
  4. Reboot into Android at least once

With SuperSU in SBIN mode

    1. Flash the suhide ZIP in TWRP
  1. Reboot into Android

If your TWRP does not fully decrypt /data, reflashing the SuperSU ZIP and immediately flashing the suhide ZIP without rebooting in between may sometimes allow suhide to be installed as well where it would otherwise throw an error.

But Exposed Not supported.

Also, The suhide GUI available from your app drawer should be fairly self-explanatory. The About tab lists further instructions.

Advanced usage

You can manually add/remove/list entries to suhide’s blacklist by using these commands:

/sbin/supersu/suhide/add UID-or-processname
 /sbin/supersu/suhide/rm UID-or-processname

App package names are usually the same as the process name, but not always. Using the UID is safer. You can find the UID by running ‘ps -n’ (6.x/7.x) or ‘ps -An’ (8.x). The UID is the first column and is a 5-digit number starting with 10: 10xxx.


Remove /data/adb/su/suhide folder in TWRP’s file manager. You can uninstall the suhide app through Android’s settings.

, In case that bootloops, try the old v1.00 version, and let me know your device and firmware:

Now You Can Hide Your Android Root Status On Per-App Basis. One of the major drawbacks of rooting your device is losing access to certain apps, which includes banking, payment and corporate security apps that work with financial and confidential data, such as your bank details. Such apps don’t work on rooted devices.

– Suhide Change-logs –

v1.09 (2017.10.01)

– Also, Remove ODM and OEM mounts
– Setpropex: set multiple properties
– Cleanup: remove /boot

v1.08 (2017.08.15)

– process freeze issue Fixed
– Fix framework restart survival (stop && start)
– Fix double free crash

v1.07 (2017.08.11)

– Startup: Fix parallelism

v1.06 (2017.08.10)

– Startup: Disable parallelism (temporary?), causes things to break sometimes

v1.05 (2017.08.10)

– GUI: Synchronize changing items with the same UID
– GUI: Hide system apps (UID < 10000)
– Properties: Adjust various build, adb, debug and security properties
– Startup: Improve performance by running operations in parallel
– GUI: Fix UID / package display line to ellipsize instead of wrap
– ZIP: also, Allow flashing directly after SuperSU switch from image to SBIN mode, without a reboot in between

v1.00 (2017.08.09)

– Firstly, The initial release of new code

Suhide All credits goes to Chainfire. xda forum also supports.

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  1. what is SuperSU installed in SBIN mode ? what is sbin mode , im using samsung galaxy s8 on android 9.0 .

  2. what is SuperSU installed in SBIN mode ? i don’t know exactly what is SBIN mode im on samsung galaxy S8 , 9.0

    1. SBIN mode is the default mode for Android O and newer but is supported on Nougat and Marshmallow as well. To enable it on N and M, you need to execute the following command in ADB shell before (re-)flashing the SuperSU ZIP:

      echo "BINDSBIN=true">/data/.supersu

      Users are encouraged to try it on N and M as well as O, and report any issues they may encounter to the BETA thread on XDA. Upcoming SuperSU features will require SBIN mode.


      SBIN mode

      Traditionally, SuperSU’s systemless mode used an ext4 image (/data/su.img) that was mounted to the /su path. It was done this way to bypass some root restrictions (mostly Samsung’s).

      SBIN mode stores its files directly on the /data partition, and makes su available through /sbin. The forementioned root protections have now been circumvented in other ways.

      For most root apps, this really shouldn’t make any difference. Some very specific ones (like FlashFire) will need to be updated to cope. Apps that need access to SuperSU specific files and paths should refer to /sbin/supersu and /sbin/supersu_link, rather than finding the files on /data manually.

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