Originally Posted by Puffballofdoom
I haven't got Root Explorer, but ROM Manager had a button Fix Permissions that should fix it too. After that I rebooted (ROM Manager suggested that), I enabled bluetooth, plugged in my headphones and still get instant FC when launching the app.
I will get back to it tomorrow, thanks for helping!
yes, rom mgr fix permissions works as well. I just hate using it because most of the time I only need to fix permissions for one or two apps at a time, and in that case it's easier to just know the chmod command (see below).
how did you "install" the app? did you place it on your sdcard and install it that way? or did you push it to /system/app (or /data/app)?
here's what I would do with it (I will test with g-lite when I get home tonight and let you know if it worked for me):
I would take the FM.apk attached and place it on my sdcard, then run the following commands from command prompt (you can do this from terminal emulator as well, just skip "adb shell"):
mount -o rw,remount /system/app
mv /sdcard/FM.apk /system/app/
chmod 644 /system/app/FM.apk
in your case, my first step would be to find wherever FM.apk put itself (probably /data/app depending on what you did to install it), delete it, and start from scratch.