Chainfire has released a new beta version of SuperSU (v2.23), following various user complaints with numerous bugs and broken root apps found in earlier builds of SuperSU for Android 5.0 Lollipop update.

The numerous issues unearthed while rooting Android 5.0 have been attributed to the enhanced security features built into Google's new software with tweaked implementation of SELinux.

As Android Police reports, Chainfire has encouraged Lollipop users to go ahead and grab the latest SuperSU beta via Chainfire's developer portal here, and offer their valuable feedback regarding the same.

Interested Android 5.0 users may go ahead and test the latest SuperSU tool on their device and post their suggestions/feedback about those root apps, which may be currently working on the new beta via the XDA thread here.

It must be noted that the SuperSU beta is a normal CWM or TWRP recovery flashable zip. But, it requires a patched CFAR kernel to enable SuperSU access on Lollipop.

Check out the complete changelog for the latest test release of SuperSU (v2.23) posted here.