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OP can you help me with this issue? Superfreeze worked to disable all the services. But Media Hub is still working in the "running services". Do you have any idea why this is occurring? Also I'm only getting 7 hours of battery life. I'm running a stock rom on EL29 rooted. Any help will be great!
 
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Quicky. Ive downloaded the files and placed them into the correct places. ES wont let me move or copy them to /system/bin.... Any suggestions?
=Says its "Not allowed"
 
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You will need to mount the directory as R/W then return it back to R/O.

I used Root Explorer to install those 2 files into the /system/bin directory.
 
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I followed all of the steps as described in the OP, copied the 2 files (I tried both versions in the zip, odd that the instructions never address the fact that the zip contains 2 versions of the files in the system/ and system/bin directories in the zip) and installed a terminal program. I set the system directory back to read only, and ran the commands as directed. The terminal program correctly got superuser access, but when I run the superfreeze command, all I get is:

superfreeze: permission denied

For reference, I am using Calkulin's 2.91.

What am I doing wrong?
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I followed all of the steps as described in the OP, copied the 2 files (I tried both versions in the zip, odd that the instructions never address the fact that the zip contains 2 versions of the files in the system/ and system/bin directories in the zip) and installed a terminal program. I set the system directory back to read only, and ran the commands as directed. The terminal program correctly got superuser access, but when I run the superfreeze command, all I get is:

superfreeze: permission denied

For reference, I am using Calkulin's 2.91.

What am I doing wrong?
Diddo I have same issue... Anyone know how to fix this?

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Same here, same ROM, same steps followed. "Permission denied" ::glares:: thought I had all the permission I needed with Root, guess not. Such is life, hopefully this will get fixed or we three will be enlightened relatively soon!
 
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Upgraded to an ICS rom with my el29 on superfreeze. I cannot open system updates in the new FC07 stock rooted rom.

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