I use Noroot firewall to mainly block  advertisement on certain game applications that I download for the little ones. On one phone, the Noroot application does not run after reboot despits setting it to do so. The device is running on a modified (debloated) system file and I do not know if that is cause the issue. What could be done to correct this if at all.

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First off, go under Settings - then Battery - Auto launch management - ... And try to enable the noRoot app both under App auto launch and App secondary launch.

But yes Android needs to broadcast a boot complete for interested apps (listening) to start. And it is possible that your system is not properly broadcasting this (and yes this may be owing to the modifications done on the system file. Do retry flashing the stock file if possible and then retry the noroot and see if that helps. Unfortunately, this could also be a shortcoming bon the app's side, for which the developer would need to get involved.
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