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[Q] Llama Root Access

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Was this issue ever resolved? I'm getting the same problem.
 
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No, never resolved and I'm still getting the message.
 
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No, never resolved and I'm still getting the message.
I ran Llama fine on 4.2.2 stock for a year or so. When I switched to 4.4.2 WanamLite (stock less Knox) I started getting the message. I got SuperSU pro to enable logging.

My morning action turns airplane mode off, turns sync on, turns wifi on, then runs a bunch of things like facebook, email, etc to sync. I get the exclamation mark and the message at the top of the thread when this runs, or when the similar evening action runs. I'm getting the following log entries when it goes out of airplane mode (in approx these colors). Nothing in supersu says anything about delays.

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settings put global airplane_mode_on 0
exit

Warning: App_process has text relocations. This is wasting memory and is a security risk. Please fix.

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am broadcast
a android.intent.action.AIRPLANE_MODE -e llama.sender llama -e state false
exit

Warning: App_process has text relocations. This is wasting memory and is a security risk. Please fix.
Boradcasting: Intent (etc).
Broadcast completed: result=0
 
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Ok, I have a solution or workaround, but not a full explanation.

It seems permissions and such have changed between 4.2.2 and 4.4.2 and Llama isn't compatible, or maybe it's just not possible. The trick is to use the secure settings app, and enable the System+ Module inside it. I think I also made Secure Settings a device admin, just in case, but unsure if that's required. Then go to the compatible apps tab and click llama help for instructions.

Basically, in Llama, instead of using the built in airplane mode commands you add an action "locale plugin", then choose "secure settings", "root actions", then "airplane mode". That lets you turn it on, off, or toggle.

If you purchase secure settings pro (about $1.50, in-app purchase via google play) you get access to a shutdown and reboot command. I can't find any other way to do this - even via a shell where you can usually do it the shutdown/reboot commands don't seem to be there.

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Same problem here with a Moto X with root and it shows up as having root access in SuperSu.
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Same problem here with a Moto X with root and it shows up as having root access in SuperSu.
Did you read the solution, one post up from yours on page 2?
 
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Ok, I have a solution or workaround, but not a full explanation.

It seems permissions and such have changed between 4.2.2 and 4.4.2 and Llama isn't compatible, or maybe it's just not possible. The trick is to use the secure settings app, and enable the System+ Module inside it. I think I also made Secure Settings a device admin, just in case, but unsure if that's required. Then go to the compatible apps tab and click llama help for instructions.

Basically, in Llama, instead of using the built in airplane mode commands you add an action "locale plugin", then choose "secure settings", "root actions", then "airplane mode". That lets you turn it on, off, or toggle.

If you purchase secure settings pro (about $1.50, in-app purchase via google play) you get access to a shutdown and reboot command. I can't find any other way to do this - even via a shell where you can usually do it the shutdown/reboot commands don't seem to be there.

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Thanks for this solution. Works perfect !
$1.50 is really cheap for that nice app
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Thanks for this solution. Works perfect !
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