I have some weird root on my Meizu Pro 5 with 184.108.40.206 G. Root permissions are on in the Settings/Fingerprint and Security/Root Permission/ . I have a list of apps with Allow permission, including SuperSU, BusyBox and Terminal Emulator. When I launch any of these apps for the first time I get a prompt for permission and I choose Allow.
However, Root checker does not recognize the root and Kingroot failed to root the device. When I boot device into fastboot to unlock the bootloader to install TWRP, I see “Fastboot [locked, rooted]” message. Whenever I try to use “su” command in the Terminal it returns access denied or something similar. SuperSU app fails to update the binary, although, ES Explorer has root access to explore files.
I tried to Reset to factory settings - same issue
Tried to flash update.zip - firmware corrupt and does nothing.
Not sure when and what went wrong, since I updated to 220.127.116.11G via terminal commands, hence su access.
Do you have any ideas?