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Default android.permission.access_superuser not declared in manifest

I cannot grant apps root permission. The screen comes up, it does its normal countdown from 3 and then makes the allow button's text white. At this point, clicking it does nothing. It does not acknowledge a click there. If I press and hold my finger on allow, and slide it to deny, deny gets highlighted like I'm about to click it.

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I cannot grant apps root permission. The screen comes up, it does its normal countdown from 3 and then makes the allow button's text white. At this point, clicking it does nothing. It does not acknowledge a click there. If I press and hold my finger on allow, and slide it to deny, deny gets highlighted like I'm about to click it.

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It's probably because you're using Lux or something that uses an overlay.

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yea, flash the latest supersu via recovery http://download.chainfire.eu/452/Sup...erSU-v2.02.zip
I installed supersu from the app store and was able to grant it root access after immediately rebooting. I tried this afterwords and get a flashing error.
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It's probably because you're using Lux or something that uses an overlay.

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I'm using twilight, does that create problems?
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I'm using twilight, does that create problems?
Probably.

Many ROMs also provide built in changable autobrightness :/
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