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    Question 360 Mobile Safe Root Permissions

    I have an HTC One M8 which I have rooted.
    I have installed security software 360 Mobile Safe.

    One of the options within the software is an autorun manager. This option indicates that it requires root permissions to carry out.

    When I open 360 Mobile Safe I get a message saying '360 Mobile Safe has been granted superuser permissions for an interactive shell'

    360 Mobile Safe Root Permissions-2014-06-21-20.06.08.jpg

    When I check in SuperSU I can see 360 Mobile Safe is there under the list of apps with access listed as grant.

    When I run the autorun manager I see I have 31 autorun apps. Next to each one is slide tab that changes autorun on/off.
    When I try to change these I get a message that root permissions required, yet that has been granted.

    360 Mobile Safe Root Permissions-2014-06-21-20.04.33.jpg

    Rooting is new to me so I not sure what the problem is.

    Could anyone advise what might be going wrong here?

    Many thanks
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    Golfdriver97's Avatar

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    Default Re: 360 Mobile Safe Root Permissions

    I don't think it is anything wrong, it is just an app that has been granted SU. It may not always be running, but the SU app usually does.
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    Default Re: 360 Mobile Safe Root Permissions

    I has same problem , install Xposed Installer and into Framework...and you will can manage Boot in 360 MoSafe
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    Default Re: 360 Mobile Safe Root Permissions

    I don't run 360 Mobile Safe, but if I did I'd email the developer. Something isn't "remembering" that some part of the app has been granted root. (It could also be SuperSU, but knowing how Chainfire writes code, I'd first suspect any other program having a problem with it.)

    Basically what it's saying is that it's trying to run su (that's what root is - allowing program to run under su) and it's not being given permission - which you already did. Maybe it's asking under a module name like Autorun Manager, not under the name that was granted root, 360 Mobile Safe. (Just a wild guess.) But the developer might be able to duplicate the problem and fix it. (Duplicating it is the key - if you can't make it happen at will, you can't fix it without just lucking into the fix.)

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