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Can't Use GameGuardian When Root is Properly Installed

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I just rooted my Device with Magisk v18.1 then I installed GameGuardian and it's not working... GameGuardian says "Failed to load daemon".

I have root access properly installed and I gave GameGuardian SuperUser rights (root permissions) but it still gives me this error no matter what I do: "Failed to load daemon".

Android Version: 8.1

GG_logcat_r73.9_14086_8.1.0_27.log

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Bad firmware. It is kill any process from the root, not from system partition. Look like antivirus embedded into your firmware.

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2 minutes ago, Enyby said:

Bad firmware. It is kill any process from the root, not from system partition. Look like antivirus embedded into your firmware.

How could I fix this? My Device model is SM-T380

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IDK, may be another firmware or another device.

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1 minute ago, Enyby said:

IDK, may be another firmware or another device.

Also, if there's a antivirus embedded in my firmware why are other root apps working just fine? Lucky Patcher works just fine with root permissions, I even made Lucky Patcher uninstall a system app and I had it install a new system app, and it worked just fine.

How would this have been done if Lucky Patcher is considered a virus if I have a antivirus embedded in my firmware.

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@Enyby I just noticed that my SELinux is set to enforcing... Is that why GG isn't working possibly? If so what's the best way to set SELinux to permissive?

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1 hour ago, Soliem said:

why are other root apps working just fine

 

2 hours ago, Enyby said:

It is kill any process from the root, not from system partition.

 

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48 minutes ago, Soliem said:

If so what's the best way to set SELinux to permissive?

Google that.

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Try GG 73.10 - here some changes for work in your case.

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