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There is a cross-platform version of Odin called JOdin. It can run in a web browser, or locally after downloading the JAR file. Either one requires Oracle Java 8 to be installed first. Web version: https://builds.casual-dev.com/jodin3/ Offline version: https://builds.casual-dev.com/index.php?dir=JOdin3%2F ' The offline version is started with $ java -jar ...


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Firstly let me clarify something. Being rooted is not a binary situation where you are either rooted or not rooted. Process of rooting is adding custom binaries to system partition. These binaries, depending on the way they are coded, can answer suid calls from apps so those apps can have the right to execute orders not with their own UID but with the UID 0 ...


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First of all, nowadays, how does the process of rooting an android phone work? By using an exploit in the Android system, a binary file which is named su is added to /system/xbin partition. When an application wants to execute a command with root privileges, it executes the command with an su at the beginning of it. This sends a call to the binary ...


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If you update your rooted phone you will lose your root access and will need to root your phone again which could be a problem because previous method of rooting may not be working on new version. You will need to wait until the same rooting method you used earlier releases a compatible update or you might need to find a compatible method.


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I did a quick Google search and found this: How To Root Most Qualcomm phones without pc on XDA. The SAMSUNG GALAXY CENTURA - SCH-S738C is on the list of tested devices. Here are some details from the XDA post I am referencing: 1) Download and Install poot.apk. 2) Now open the poot app then it will require you to install Ministro II, Simply follow ...


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The most reliable root for the Sprint S4 is CF-Auto-Root, which requires a computer. Instructions If you found an article saying Towelroot will work, then Towelroot will work as well. I have an S5 and I used Towelroot. It's definitely trustworthy. When it comes to one-click-root apps, it's as easy as just trying them, if they work they work, if they don't ...


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I finally found an android image that worked. Here's what I did: Plug in tablet via USB Open Terminal Boot tablet in recovery mode Scroll to 'Update from ADB' In Terminal, run adb sideload [Path to zip file of image] Let it run All is well! I found the link the the image on www.androidtablets.net. Excerpt: Stock 4.1.1 (A2109_A411_03_13_121127): ...


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Because most users don't want this functionality, understand what it means, wouldn't care about it even if they did understand, and would probably break their phone with it if they did. If it weren't acceptable, phones where rooting is not supported would have a much smaller market share than phones where rooting is easy and supported by an official process ...



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