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Root Can't use su in terminal after rooting...?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by chckdsk, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. chckdsk

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    I rooted the phone, enabled root, rebooted the phone, tried to uninstall via terminal... boem; permission denied!

    What a I missing?

    thnx
     

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    what are you uninstalling?
     
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    NOS app. Comes with the dutch version of 1.6.
     
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    its possibly a "system" app that needs more than su to remove it. you might need remount which you wont be able to do while logged in to the device unless you are running galax0 ir modified the kernal yourself
     
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    So I have to use Windows cmd for that?
     

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