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Firstly, I agree with @user2813274. You should be very careful about what you try to uninstall as things can go badly wrong. To answer your question of what to do: You need to grant the app root privileges. To uninstall system apps root access is required, which is in basic terms, elevated permissions. The app you have installed is unable to remove some ...


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I did a better fix-- I opened up my Nook and replaced the connector on the PC board with a conventional micro USB connector. I now can use any standard micro USB (even the cheap retractable kind! Another option if you are not comfortable performing surgery on your Nook is the eForCity Micro USB OTG to USB 2.0 Adapter/dongle available from Best Buy. It will ...


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The SIM slot is independant from your antenna/radio so your IMEI will remain the same. No need to worry about it at all. The IMEI itself is usually inside your phone's internal read-only memory (On Samsung phones it seems to be inside the /efs folder). Sidenote: Your IMEI + your IMSI are unique identifiers for your device. It's similar to a MAC address but ...


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There are several 'root checker' apps on Play Store which do nothing but check to see if your phone is rooted or not. The simplest thing to do would be to try one (or more) of those and find out whether or not the phone is rooted or if you just have a copy of the SuperSU app on the phone. Just because it is there doesn't necessarily mean your phone is ...



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