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Default "Custom Status" on Boot, how to remove?

Did several searches but find no guidance on how to deal with this result of rooting. (I'm terrible at finding stuff here!)

I used the [How-To] Root G900VVRU1ANE9 to achieve root and noticed the Custom with padlock after a second reboot (may have been on first, I failed to notice).

What is the preferred way to deal with this situation if there is one?
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Did several searches but find no guidance on how to deal with this result of rooting. (I'm terrible at finding stuff here!)

I used the [How-To] Root G900VVRU1ANE9 to achieve root and noticed the Custom with padlock after a second reboot (may have been on first, I failed to notice).

What is the preferred way to deal with this situation if there is one?
Wanam Xposed module for Xposed Framework has an override for that.
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