I was trying to move
GoogleMaps on SD-Cards using
When I tried to do so I got a message stating
Link2SD could not obtain root access. if you have root access make sure you respond 'Allow' or 'Grant' to the superuser request
Then I opened
SuperUser to check the application list. I was surprised to see that there were no apps there! The last time I have checked there were some apps there(
Searching through the net I read that if an app needs root access, it will ask for it. The next step was to see,
- The Automatic Response is set to Prompt
- Notifications are ticked
- Notification Type is set to Status Bar
- Use Advanced Prompt isn't checked
Link2SD, I've noticed that
Link2SD was updated. The next thing to do was to uninstall it and install it again. The first time I run it, it never prompted me to give it root access.
What may be wrong? Is there a way to give apps root access(by "brutal force")?
RootCheckerstated that my phone wasn't rooted. How could this have happened? Is it possible to become unrooted on it's own? Now I rerooted it and it really asks for root access.