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How I can make to show buttons like SFinder and QuickConnect like in the first picture. My phone is in the second.

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well, crap!

i go to settings storage and it says no databases found...never ran into this before...

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well, crap!

i go to settings storage and it says no databases found...never ran into this before...
figured it out...it was weird..it never asked for SuperSU permissions....then I uninstalled it and went back into play store which said the app was already installed

then after a few mins the SU prompt came up, which I granted, and then playstore recognized it was not installed and let me install it....very weird

anyone else see this issue?
 
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well, crap!

i go to settings storage and it says no databases found...never ran into this before...

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figured it out...it was weird..it never asked for SuperSU permissions....then I uninstalled it and went back into play store which said the app was already installed

then after a few mins the SU prompt came up, which I granted, and then playstore recognized it was not installed and let me install it....very weird

anyone else see this issue?
I have always found sqlite from the command line to be a lot more solid than any of the apps in the market, of course you need the binary file and the know how to work from the terminal. But you know for sure when its running as root, and can be sure it only adds what you put on the cli (no unexpected spaces in lists or other weird chars)

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