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Why tiann/KernelSU is stable?

The result is based on ratio of number of commits and code additions from initial and final time ranges.

Initial time range – from 21 Apr, 2023 to 22 Jul, 2023

Final time range – from 21 Jan, 2024 to 21 Apr, 2024

From 25 to 25 commits per week
From 908 to 1028 additions per week
From 274 to 604 deletions per week
Data calculated on 21 Apr, 2024

Summary of tiann/KernelSU

The tiann/KernelSU is a GitHub repository that provides a kernel-mode implementation of the su command for Android devices. The su command is commonly used in Unix-based systems to switch the current user identity to another user account, and is often used for gaining superuser permissions.

The KernelSU project was developed by tiann, manifesting his experience in Android system development and system-level programming.

This project can execute commands from Android application directly in the kernel, allowing you to gain root access without the need of traditional rooting techniques. This can be highly beneficial for developers and tech-savvy users who want to have full control over their Android device at the kernel-level.

Also please note, having kernel-level access on an Android device may expose risks if not operated with caution. Plus, it requires a pretty high level of knowledge about Android internals and the Linux kernel in general.

Here is a basic format of how you execute a command using KernelSU:

echo \"COMMAND\" > /proc/su/execute

You will be required to replace "COMMAND" with any command you want to execute as root.

Please remember this project is not for the faint-hearted, it should be used by experienced users only. Be warned that incorrect usage may cause serious device issues.

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