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If you plan on rooting a new Fire, it is advisable to not connect to the internet during setup to avoid forced updates. 5.1.2 is required to install CM. Note that 5.1.2.1 does not work but is displayed as just 5.1.2 in settings. Enable debugging From the Settings app open Device Options. Enable developer options by tapping on the serial number several ...


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download factory firmware and refalsh it it will restore the system apps you have deleted which will bring back the bloat


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Try to flash your's device again. And you can try Osmand navigation app.


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Samsungs are generally easier to root in my experience. The samsungs do not require s-off compared to htc's and thus, it is much harder to brick. The popular models like the s3 usually get a lot of support from the developer community compared to something like the HTC m7. Here are some guides: S3 Root HTC m7 Root


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Use a kingroot remover and replace with SuperSU King Remover V9 USE FORCE REMOVAL INSTEAD OF START Once you have root with SuperSU you should have more control ! ( Kingroot works with a temp root ) Init.d is just a simple folder to hold network security tweaks ! ... However People use it to implement Before-Boot operations that aren't always to do ...


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The risks that are commonly mentioned, as RMarkwald said, are bricking your device and not being able to receive OTA updates. In my opinion, though, if you install a custom recovery such as TWRP, is because you want more control and flexibility than those provided by a stock device. Regarding privacy... it must be said that, very often, a mere combination ...


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Also you can try Framaroot Here



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