1. A-Tiem's Avatar
    On my Galaxy S4, I had 360 security and I loved it. This app kept my phone running just the way I liked, and it also helped me to remove all the garbage apps I will never use. When I upgraded to the S6, one of the first apps that I downloaded was 360, however, whenever I attempt to delete the unwanted apps, the message I get is:
    "This function cannot be used at the moment. 360 Security has not been granted root access."

    I have attempted to remove and re-install the app, and have always selected yes when prompted for permissions with this app. I have scoured the internet looking for a simple solution to my problem.... help!!
    10-19-2015 12:33 PM
  2. titans1127's Avatar
    Check under the security -> device administrators part of the settings app. If it's in there and turned on, disable it. Then uninstall the app and run far far away from it. 360 security acts like spy/adware and it's nothing but a headache in the end.

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    10-19-2015 01:20 PM

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