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So i was browsing my phone with the finder, i noticed that all of the apps "original" apps have ether 509 permission. and 3rd party have 509. So what permission
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    So i was browsing my phone with the finder, i noticed that all of the apps "original" apps have ether 509 permission. and 3rd party have 509. So what permission do the really have to have? None of them have 755. The reason why i am asking is, my MMS app crashes. It tries to send and when its about to do so, it crashes. I am thinking it has to do with permission, correct me if i am wrong here.

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    755 is a completely open permission. The fact that MMS.app crashes is because it just does. Most people have not been able to get it to work properly.

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    I know, but it sucks kind of, it worked before. But after a restore it doesn't. Ohh well, i'll wait for the apple to come one with a stable one i guess.
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    Sorry, 777 is the fully open permission. It means that the owner, user, and any other parties can: Read/Write/Execute the file.

    All I use for anything is 755 which means owner, user can read/write/execute that file. Which is all you would ever need.

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