I ran su(8) from the adb shell, but was too slow in granting the superuser request in magisk (I saw the prompt from magisk, but did not manage to grant in time). After that if run su(8) again, there is no prompt but the request is immediately denied in the shell (permission denied). In the magisk log, I see "su: request rejected". I'm guessing magisk has remembered that I did not grant permission, and now does not prompt again. I can't see any cache for magisk in the app settings, and rebooting did not help either. How can I get magisk to prompt again?
With kind regards, Michael Shuldman
Find the app and slide the toggle to the right. Permission will be granted.
(Alternately tap on the app name and hit the garbage can in the drop down. That will delete the entry and you'll get prompted again)
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This is where things get tricky. I'm not sure how to do this.
I checked and saw that logd wasn't running (ps|grep logd).
I tried to just run logd, but nothing happens.
All the help I've seen is about removing / disabling logd, but I can't find anything about enabling it.
ls -l /system/bin/*logd*