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Support Galaxy S (I9000) Backup

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by hippo_potamus, Aug 23, 2010.

  1. hippo_potamus

    hippo_potamus Active Member
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    Hi,

    I have rooted my phone (installed Terminal and confirmed I could su to # prompt) and tried to use Titanium Backup or MyBackup Pro.

    Everytime I tried to backup at root level, there is this prompt asking me to Accept Root while it does it backup. It prompts like 30 or 50 times through each backup session. I've made sure I checked the "Remember" option already but it seems to not remember it.

    I rooted my phone using the One-Lag fix at "http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=7587405&postcount=417" because I needed to run the LagFix512.sh script to make my phone work decently.

    Is there a way to stop this prompt or
    Is there a way I can assign the backup programs to run as root by chmod at terminal screen or something?

    Any help appreciated, thanks.
     

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  2. motd

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    I used that exact same fix and it seems that the version of superuser that came with it just keeps asking for permissions despite clicking "Remember", making the backup tools unusable.

    Is there a way to upgrade just superuser?
     
  3. hippo_potamus

    hippo_potamus Active Member
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    Anyone can advice?
     
  4. gerberman

    gerberman Well-Known Member
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    I had this with Titanium and fixed it by re rooting
     

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