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Strange superuser requests after rom change

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21st February 2014, 06:00 PM   |  #1  
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Hi all,

I have one problem, my note n7000 was bought in Slovenia, it had MOT in csc. I flashed it with odin, stock rom found on sammobile, croatian version

Before it was

PDA: N7000XXLT5
PHONE: N7000XXLT3
CSC: N7000MOTLT1

now it is

PDA: N7000XXLT5
PHONE: N7000XXLT3
CSC: N7000CRGLT1

After rooting it with eroot, sometimes I got strange superuser requests like wlan test needs SU access, then automation test need SU access...

Did I messed up something or?
Because I hate MOT rom, it is slow, non responsive... this rom T-mobile is faster, never restarts itself, but only that requests from time to time pop up..
21st February 2014, 06:10 PM   |  #2  
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Firstly this is Development Section..
Secondly, root the phone using one of the methods in the N7000 forum.. Flash the rom again and then use Philz kernel to root and check if you still get the same requests.
22nd February 2014, 01:27 AM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nokiamodeln91

Firstly this is Development Section..
Secondly, root the phone using one of the methods in the N7000 forum.. Flash the rom again and then use Philz kernel to root and check if you still get the same requests.

Ok, mod removed it where it belongs so there is no need to talk about it.Second, i am kind of user that loves to use stock and if it is possible clean. Philz kernel do what? can it work on stock?
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