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Try going into Superuser and deleting what you want. Or simply change it to granted

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It did work when I deleted Supeuser data from Settings>App>All.

Thanks for your idea... but that did not work.
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Just had a thought. Re-root your phone then try using a root explorer to remove it from /System/apps.

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