Yeah, that's what I figured....funny thing is, that since I did an over the air update, I don't think I have root anymore. So I wonder what the process would be to remove the bionic bootstrapper?
Running With the Magic Rom................... JBSourcery 4.1,.. JellyBean
Galaxy Nexus..... 4.2.1.. Jelly Bean
Remember this - Rooting basically just gives you SU rights - The simplest way to unroot is to install an app like Voodoo OTARootkeeper (which withdraws SU, making everything hunky-dory wit your carrier) - then, you can root, un-root, and re-root hassle-free whenever the need arises
Funny thing is, SU is still there, but all of my su apps aren't allowed root access. This happened after the OTA update. But whenever I re-boot the dialog box after boot says "Bionic Bootstrapper granted superuser permissions. My log shows sqlite as being allowed as well, yet the app isn't granted superuser permissions. Therefore, I am unsure whether or not I am truly un-rooted, so I need some way to verify whether I am truly unrooted. I tried the unroot method over at zedomax, but I don't get a root response from spyder....Any ideas on how to tell for absolutely sure if I am unrooted? Thanks for your help, sorry for the noob questions!
Is there a thread that gives the actual ADB commands to root and unroot? I am rooted now using the one click method and have downloaded the Voodoo OTA Temp unroot app. I'd like to have the actual commands or method to root or unroot the long way. Years ago I was called a DOS snob when Windows was the norm.
What's the step by step procedures to flash the SBF file while using rsd lite? I can't seem to find instructions anywhere including xda forums
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