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Old August 6th, 2010, 01:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Superuser Permissions keep popping up

On G5 and Modaco RC3 every time my phone starts up, it'll ask if Titanium Backup can have superuser. If I look at the permissions list, I can see the apps I've allowed. But, every time I run them, it prompts. This happens when any app wants su.

I've tried changing the option in Superuser to Toast as someone suggested on another forum but that has not fixed it.

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same here mate, no idea how to stop this.
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Old August 7th, 2010, 02:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
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iŽd say you should post this to paul@modaco
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iŽd say you should post this to paul@modaco
Have already posted over there mate and lots of people have said they are experiencing the same thing but no solution as of yet :-(
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Old August 10th, 2010, 03:57 PM   #5 (permalink)
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re-rooted using file link and info from this site [REF] Howto root your SGS I9000 the easy way (keep all your data) (all firmwares) - xda-developers took 2 mins doesn`t touch any settings or apps, totaly fixed the SU permisions pop up prob.
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It works, thank you!!!
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Your welcome M8
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Hey Gerberman, do you just apply the root thing again? I mean save the update.zip file to the sd and then update via the recovery?

I'm asking because I've already rooted using the method in the One click lagfix thread as well as applied the lagfix.
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Yea I just applied the root fix by itself and it cured the superuser constant requests
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