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  1. MDonah

    MDonah Member This Topic's Starter

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    For an app to come up in the device manager selection box, doesn't the app need root access OR don't I need root access??

    I had installed Easy Battery Saver from the Android Market.

    After installation, I had gone into Location & security settings -> Select device administrators and lo and behold, there was Easy Battery Saver!

    I normally get the message "No available device administrators", so I uninstalled Easy Battery Saver - it wasn't of much use anyway since I leave my wi-fi turned on (I have wi-fi at home).
     

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  2. akashash5

    akashash5 Well-Known Member

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    Nope apps can be visible in device administrator without root too
     

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