Help Please

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by xToXiCz, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. xToXiCz

    xToXiCz New Member

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    My OTA 2.1 Update was not coming so I decided to do it manually. Now I have 2.1 but also I have SuperUser Permissions. How can I remove SuperUser Permissions or just start all over. Thanks
     
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    If you want to go completely back to stock flash the 2.0.1 SBF with RSDlite and youll reboot with a clean slate just like the day you got it.

    I know that I'm a relatively new member too but you guys really need to read other peoples posts before making a new one, this is being discussed a few threads down also.
     
  3. KZIWarrior

    KZIWarrior Silver Member

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    The better question is why would you NOT want SU permissions??? Do you like being so limited with what you can do (i.e. theme, OC, run backup programs like Titanium ect.)?? There is no reason not to have/keep SU permissions.
     
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    xToXiCz New Member

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    even though my phones not rooted, can i still do that stuff with SU perm.
     
  5. brando56894

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    absolutely not, the term "rooted" is one of the weird verbs that shouldnt be like "googled". The term "rooted" refers to the Super User/Administrator/God@localhost and refers to the act of obtaining root access.
     
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    Negative, the program that Define's your phone as "rooted" or hacked is the Superuser permissions itself. It is impossible to root withought intalling that app.
     
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    [off topic]it seems like were really active tonight, this is the third thread ive seen with 3 or more posts within a few seconds of each other lol[/off topic]