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I had the same problem described by 'pepuch' on my HTC Desire S. I tried different drivers on relatively new computers running Windows 8 and Windows 10. In the end I found a link suggesting that I should try the (same) procedure on an older (desktop) computer which I did and the computer managed to detect my Desire S in fastboot USB mode and I managed to ...
Also you can try Framaroot Here
Directly from the Whatsapp FAQ: Requirements: The number you wish to use (the number you will change your account to) must be able to receive SMS and/or calls and have an active data connection. On the old phone: Open WhatsApp. Go to Menu Button > Settings > Account > Change number. Enter the number currently verified on WhatsApp in the old phone ...
That's one of the two problems I can think of with samsungs (aside from the cheap build quality.) They literally put in a self-destruct mechanism that PHYSICALLY BURNS OUT when you modify the software. It's microscopic. It BURNS. They claim it's to "protect KNOX from hacking" (which is total BS.) Don't believe me? click here: https://www.samsungknox.com/en/...
In most of the cases, rooting won't cause data loss unless it failed. The challenging part is how to unlock the bootloader if there was. For unlocked phone, you can easily get the phone rooted with apps such as AnyRooter or TWRP.
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