This article applies to Android devices only!

SPYERA can ben installed on rooted and also not-rooted devices.
However, we recommend rooted as some features will not work on not-rooted phones.

Unrooted Android phones will run in A mode.
A rooted phone may also run in A or B mode if permissions were either not granted during the installation, or if full permissions could not be acquired. Unfortunately, not all phones can support full permissions.

Before installing SPYERA on to a rooted android device, you will be asked to grant root permissions by SuperSU.

After you tap GRANT at Default access option, depending on the TARGET device, the software will run in one of the modes below.

The mode that the software runs in depends on the TARGET device make, model and hardware and software combination.

There is no guarantee that the software will get all root features, even if the device is rooted successfully.

What are the software running modes?

SPYERA for Android devices has 3 different running modes.
These are:
MODE A
MODE B
MODE C

Mode: A
In this mode, either the target device has not been rooted or, if it is, the software cannot get any root permissions from the target device for whatever reason.

If your software runs in this mode you get no root features of SPYERA.

Mode: B
In this mode, the target device has been rooted first before installing SPYERA but not all root permissions could be granted, due to the device configuration.

In this mode, you will get some but not all of SPYERA's root features.

Mode: C (recommended)
In this mode, the target device has been rooted first before installing SPYERA and all root permissions can be granted on the device.

In this mode, you get all of SPYERA's root features.

How to check running mode?
During the installation, on the activation screen your will running mode.

How to check available features for different modes?
On the Android page, there is a small note under each feature that requires modes B and C.​
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