It has been just over two years since Chainfire announced the sale of root tool SuperSU to a newly formed company called CMMT. Despite some initial fears, this transfer of ownership hasn't negatively impacted users, and SuperSU is still chugging along. However, Chainfire's two-year contract with CCMT is running out, so it's time for him to move on. To what? Lots of things, probably.
According to Chainfire, part of the deal was that he'd remain involved with SuperSU for two years as CCMT took over development.Read More
Chainfire announces the end of his involvement with SuperSU was written by the awesome team at Android Police.