We support only this app, not your device’s system software. Settings Database Editor (SetEdit) is inestimable if you need it, but if you are not careful you are veritably likely to mess commodity over.
By dereliction, for your protection, Android prevents you from modifying the SECURE and GLOBALtables.However, you can remove this protection from an ADB shell using the command”pm entitlement by4a, If you have Android Jellybean orlater.setedit22android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS”. On earlier performances, you can only remove this protection on a confirmed device by installing SetEdit to the system partition.
Android Q and latterly will ask you to” check for update”. Please ignore this. We can not stop this warning without reducing SetEdit’s functionality, and we won’t do that.