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21st April 2012, 03:37 PM |#1771  
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I use "google play video" to watch some on demand videos using the EOS rom and SuperSU.
I got rid of superuser.apk and just run SuperSU.
When i disable root using SuperSU, i could use google videos with no problem.
Why do you say it doesn't work with Play Video?

Just so I'm clear, you got rid of Superuser.apk and use SuperSu alone as a root manager. And then killing root allows you to watch video? I have both apps and video fails. Very interesting ... ill try that. Thanks.
 
 
21st April 2012, 04:36 PM |#1772  
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There is an option in the SuperSU settings "switch superuser app"
After i clicked on that, i re-installed SuperSU.
It cleaned up traces of superuser.apk allow me to only have SuperSU as my primary app.
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21st April 2012, 08:38 PM |#1773  
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Just so I'm clear, you got rid of Superuser.apk and use SuperSu alone as a root manager. And then killing root allows you to watch video? I have both apps and video fails. Very interesting ... ill try that. Thanks.

I can confirm. I installed SuperSU, disabled superuser and then deleted it. Rebooted and now when I disable root through SuperSU I can rent and watch movies through Google play.

Awesome!

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22nd April 2012, 12:20 AM |#1774  
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There is an option in the SuperSU settings "switch superuser app"
After i clicked on that, i re-installed SuperSU.
It cleaned up traces of superuser.apk allow me to only have SuperSU as my primary app.

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I can confirm. I installed SuperSU, disabled superuser and then deleted it. Rebooted and now when I disable root through SuperSU I can rent and watch movies through Google play.

Awesome!

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That's good news. Good looking out guys. You're gonna make me edit that post.
22nd April 2012, 01:35 AM |#1775  
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22nd April 2012, 03:23 PM |#1776  
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On the last couple of nightlies I seem to have developed a problem with Google Market.

I am no longer able to purchase apps or music from Google Play. Previously I have had no problems with making purchases. I tried clearing data but that didn't seem to solve the problem.

Has anyone else seen this problem? Any suggestions on repairing the problem?
22nd April 2012, 07:00 PM |#1777  
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On the last couple of nightlies I seem to have developed a problem with Google Market.

I am no longer able to purchase apps or music from Google Play. Previously I have had no problems with making purchases. I tried clearing data but that didn't seem to solve the problem.

Has anyone else seen this problem? Any suggestions on repairing the problem?

No similar problems here through 81... downloading 82 now.
22nd April 2012, 08:43 PM |#1778  
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On the last couple of nightlies I seem to have developed a problem with Google Market.

I am no longer able to purchase apps or music from Google Play. Previously I have had no problems with making purchases. I tried clearing data but that didn't seem to solve the problem.

Has anyone else seen this problem? Any suggestions on repairing the problem?

I have had trouble purchasing books from Play Market for the last several nighties. However, I did the switch to SuperSU (described above) and that seemed to fix it. I haven't bought anything on the app market in a while so I can't comment on that. I'm on nightly 81with gapps dated 3-17. When I bought things on my phone they synced to the Xoom without issue though (that was my work around until I tried the SuperSU switch).

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I can confirm. I installed SuperSU, disabled superuser and then deleted it. Rebooted and now when I disable root through SuperSU I can rent and watch movies through Google play.

Awesome!

Sent from my DROIDX using XDA

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22nd April 2012, 08:46 PM |#1779  
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Any chance superuser.apk can be not included by default? I mean you can install it from the market anyway, and a lot of us have switched to SuperSU quite a while ago. SuperSU works very well.
22nd April 2012, 11:00 PM |#1780  
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I have had trouble purchasing books from Play Market for the last several nighties. However, I did the switch to SuperSU (described above) and that seemed to fix it. I haven't bought anything on the app market in a while so I can't comment on that. I'm on nightly 81with gapps dated 3-17. When I bought things on my phone they synced to the Xoom without issue though (that was my work around until I tried the SuperSU switch).

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I switched to SuperSu last night and it didn't solve the problem.

I am actually on Stingray Cornerstone nightlies. I reverted to a nandroid of Nightly #15 and the problem went away. Installed Nightly #20 on top of 15 and the problem is back. It's the same with books, music and apps; I get a pop-up that just says "error please try again".

I don't have a problem updating apps and if I purchase music on another tablet it will download to my xoom; I just can't purchase them on the Xoom.

I may try the latest Stingray nightly without Cornerstone and see how that works.

Edit: Oh, by the way, "Face Unlock" quite working about the same time as well.
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23rd April 2012, 12:00 AM |#1781  
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Did you flash the latest GAPPS and run "fix permission" after you flashed the ROM?
You could try doing that.

I haven't had this problem and i'm not sure what else it might be.
Maybe try removing the card attached to that account and re-adding it. That helped with a problem I had with Google play in the past.

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