Titanium Backup not granted SuperUser permission.

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  1. jamestheartist

    jamestheartist New Member

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    Hey all. Recent OTA update on RAZR left root intact but Titanium Backup denied permissions. Anyone else familiar with this issue? I uninstalled re-inatalled etc. No dice. Any ideas? Thanx!

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    Have you tried re-rooting? I've read how some people noticed after the lastest update it somehow un-rooted their phones.

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    jamestheartist New Member

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    Plus I want to get back in there and unfreeze some apps.

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    What kimo said, are you still even rooted still? Run superuser and see if you still have permissions...
     
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    Okay. Ran Superuser but how do I tell if I have root access in there? I tried running sqlite editor as well and it wont access root either. So since it looks like Ive lost root what do I do with bionic bootstrapper if I reroot using a different method? I used zedomax and all he had at the time was the bionic bootstrapper but i want to get safestrap. Thanks guys!

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    Okay. Still had Superuser but not root go figure. Uninstalled updates to su, uninstalled bionic bootstrapper that came with zedomax method. Re-rooted using doomlord v2. Ill be danged if the phone doesnt seem to run a lil better! Next step safestrap! Thanx for the help guys!

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    I just had the same problem where i randomly lost root.. but i can't reroot it with doomlord v2... it goes

    please to help!!
     
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    never mind.. i used the new doomlord root and it worked.. something must have glitched with mine... problem solved!
     
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    Good for you crackfeen...yeah, I've heard of people having issues for some reason with doomlord v2, but it worked fine for me. My guess is it's a driver issue...
     
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