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I have rooted my phone with KingRoot app, and suddenly "Ok Google" stopped working.

After a bit of searching I've found out that some accessibility services could been blocking it. And the only one on was KingRoot one. It is not a very useful service, so I turned it off, but in the next moment it has turned on again.

So my problem is, does anyone knows how to permanently end this service?, if not my question can be understood as, anyone knows how to have ok google working with the service?

I don't want to uninstall KingRoot, because I'm still working on the port to SuperSU, and it's not easy.

  • Kingo root is the worst rooting app. method... use something else – Surendra Patil Jan 9 '17 at 18:32
  • @SurendraPatil Can you read? Is KingRoot not kingo, and I don't like it either, but is the only one which works in my phone. – Deltab Jan 9 '17 at 18:46
  • Have had very bad experience on samsung note 3, note 3 neo, S3, S5, lg G2and Htc mobiles... @Deltab Which device do you use ? – Surendra Patil Jan 9 '17 at 18:49
  • @SurendraPatil LG Leon 4G version (H342f) – Deltab Jan 9 '17 at 19:22
  • You can use the command line pm disable <package/component> to disable the accessibility service of that app. Alternatively, try Elixir 2. Install it -> launch it -> Applications -> locate your app -> tap it -> View Details -> scroll to Services -> disable its Accessibility service. Let us know the result. – Firelord Jan 10 '17 at 2:00

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