Originally Posted by shortstuff_mt
I'm not sure what to tell you. I'm also running 2.02.00-build.12.2. I know I set up Xposed and RootCloak before launching ISIS. I wouldn't mess with the RootCloak settings. I just use it as-is without editing anything.[/QUOT
Was there any apps you added to the list other than the isis verizon activity one ?
As I stated in the post you just quoted, I didn't add any apps to the RootCloak app. I installed it, activated it, and re-booted. I'm not sure why you're digging up every post ever made about ISIS to ask this exact same question 5 different times. As you can see from the responses in those threads, RootCloak allows ISIS to work. As much as it may be a DB thing to say it's obvious that this is user error.