After root I get this from super use on T-Mobile.

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The com.T-Mobile in su. Anybody know what it is? I'd like to get rid of this. It tries every few seconds to get root permissions.
 

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shel692

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Uninstall the T-Mobile my account app. That's where it's coming from. You could always freeze it in Titanium Backup too.
 

flick0416

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I went and froze all the T-Mobile apps and now it's gone. Sucks though cause I like visual voicemail. At least it's gone though.

If you like visual voicemail, check out PF Voicemail+. I've been using it for a couple years now and think it's the best VVM option out there.

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wrich2005

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Verizon does this **** too. Basically it asks for root to see if your phone has been rooted. If you grant it root, obviously it is. If you manually deny it, supposedly they can see that you have elevated root enough to deny it. Its to get out of warrantying your phone basically.