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    After latest update had to reset my phone which made me loose all contacts and settings. Phone was rooted before. Now im being denied superuser privileges :-(
    Do i have to root again???

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    Yes its still there. All apps that require roor r there. But they say i have to root:(

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    Yea, but I liked yours better :)...
     
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    Did you use VooDoo to regain root and then did you open VooDoo to restore root?
     
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    Voodoo? Whats that? Im new to all of this, i guess thats why im kinda freaking out:)
    thanx for all the help though:)
     
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    VooDOO is an app in the market that would "protect" the SU permissions as the actual update would unroot you. Once the new update was finished, you open VooDOO & restore the protected SU permissions.

    If you did not do this, you will most likely need to reroot via the link above.

    ~maxx it out cause it's to powerful to fall into the wrong hands~
     
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    did u post a link somewhere? or i am not seeing it?
    VooDoo is on the market?

    i rerooted and superuser still isnt cooperating:(
    should i uninstall and reinstal? does it uninstal??
    is superuser my only option or is there something else on the market like superuser?
    grrr, this is such a headache:(
     
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    There are a couple of apps on the market that can check for you to see if you still have root. However, on my bionic I lost root but I still had root to some of the apps. The two apps that I know I lost root on were Titanium Back up and SaLite. There are others that continued to work as if I had root. Even when the Bionic would boot, I'd see that I had Super User Permission. So yes you lost root even though some of the apps work.

     
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    I had to roor again but my droid regained all plus some of its awesomeness :)
     
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    I am in the same boat. I did not know of otarootkeeper before i updated. Now no root permissions but still have su. Cant allow su permissions though. otarootkeeper requires permissions so its useless now. Im unfamiliar with exploits but youre saying using the exploit in the link above will reroot my droid razr?
     
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