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If your phone hangs at the Boot-Logo (Note 3), then you have not flashed the ROM the right way. If it hangs at the Boot-Anination (Samsung), you probably forgot wiping caches and maybe the data partition.


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I want to know that how to update the root of this system...i can't be able to move my apps from phone memory to sd card...any solution???


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Rooting is the easiest part, but it still may be impossible. Some of the methods I would try: You can try to log in through ADB, see if you're already logged in as root. You can also try universal root exploits, one of them may work. Also you can try to obtain an original ROM for the device, root it on the PC and flash it on the device. What is very hard ...


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I know it's been years but I think people might be interested to know how to root this. I tried again last month using Framaroot. You just download the latest version, install the app and run it. Most painless root I've had so far.


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Xposed will survive, and your root should as well. But you'll need to reinstall the Xposed installer app and any xposed modules you had installed before you factory reset.


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Before You Root Android on Mac OS X Make sure you backup all your data. Backup MMS/SMS Backup Call details & restore app Backup other stuff with my most recommended Titanium Backup & MyBackup Root Also make sure that your phone is charged at least 90% so that it does not goes of in the middle of the Root Android on Mac OS X process. Also be sure ...


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You will need to download a proper firmware(ROM) for your device, possibly an identical one as of your current damaged one, then wipe data/system/cache (BUT NOT THE SD!) install the rom from recovery and done. For details contact me directly, I can help you with advices.


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I've just rooted via following the instructions here http://www.android.gs/root-xxufnb8-android-4-4-2-official-rom-for-galaxy-s4-lte-i9505/ I'd strongly recommend that you search for and download Odin and Chainfire from the original sources and not via the links though as they look suspicious. Took about 10 mins in total. Good luck


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This happens, when you have installed some kind of overlay app like Twilight. It is a security feature against screen manipulation. Solution: Find that app and disable it. After that you will be able to hit the Install button.


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Finally I found it. The 1.7.8 version of Vroot can root my phone


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Use a USB-OTG cable, then you can connect a mouse to the phone and you'll get a cursor on-screen. You can also connect the OTG cable to a USB hub, then you can connect both a mouse and keyboard. You could also connect a wired mouse long enough to pair a Bluetooth mouse/keyboard to the phone.


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You could get a USB-OTG cable, which allows you to connect USB devices to Android devices via the USB port (so long as the Android device supports OTG, which the A700 does). If you plug in a mouse you'll get a mouse cursor to work with; you could even use a USB hub to attach both a keyboard and a mouse if you want to type instead of using the on-screen ...


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I didn't realize it right away, but there are different ADB drivers and Fastboot drivers. I had installed the google usb drivers with the SDK extras and ADB worked great but I got the "waiting for device" trying to flash in fastboot mode. I went to device manager from the control panel and saw the "Android 1.0" device with the yellow icon showing it wasn't ...


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Right now the only officially supported devices for the developer preview are the Nexus 5 & Nexus 7 (2013). Chainfire has issued updated SuperSU binaries that allow rooting, but the recently updated developer previews seem to have broken this, resulting in the SuperSU binaries not being recognised. Fortunately, Chainfire has responded with a quick ...


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In general, you need to root the device to make a full backup. After you've rooted the device, use nandroid (which it seems you already know about). You can make a backup that doesn't include the OS by following one of the answers to How do I perform a full pre-rooting backup of an Android phone? By flashing the stock ROM and recovery for your device, and ...


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxF4O5E2RiY I rooted easily following this video using eroot. (optional- Clockworkmode acess) Also, after rooting since i can't use bootloader i used CWM, so you can try from this video https:/ /www.youtube.com/watch?v=soHSsw3gZh0 , or in my case (since it didn't work) i installed (at the bottom of this first thread) http:/ ...


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Don't worry, the solution is pretty easy. Download Wugrfesh toolkit from here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95747613655047107 Once you open the program, press "Flash stock + unroot" on the right side. Just follow the instructions and you'll do fine. Good luck :)


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No. A warranty is a legal agreement between you and the manufacturer. You can't break a contract and expect to "undo" it as if it were a typing mistake in an email.


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Could you try Farmaroot? It supports a lot of devices.


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You can only achieve perm root by unlocking Bootloader then flashing a custom recovery. This cannot be done in Odin as the previous answer dictates. It must be done via adb. There are a couple of methods that work for unlocking the Bootloader but the only gurantee is Sunshine. After the Bootloader is unlocked flash a custom recovery(TWRP,CM OR PhilZ touch) ...


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Did you ever tried using Wugfresh? Try it, they have everything explained in their software, how to install/remove drivers, easy root, bootloader unlock, and many other tools.


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No, you can't run the Indian ROM. Both are different chipsets, and forcing it might brick your device. Many users requested the SHW-M180S Firmware. I have uploaded it here. It is only for the SHW-M180S tablet.


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Right now you are screwed like I am friend, no root available for this version yet (if ever, the forum posts I'm reading make it seem like no one is going to find a root for this update).


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zergRush did it, seems to be the only one working, I just did some personal change to not remount /data and not set any property but just chmod an adb pre-pushed /data/local/tmp/su.


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As I understand it, if you root your Z2 by unlocking the bootloader via Sony's official method, it will permanently blow away the phone's DRM keys. If you root your Z2 via a non-Sony-sanctioned exploit, you can back up the partition with the DRM keys first & can theoretically restore it at some later time (no hard guarantees, but at least it's a ...


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Have you tried towelroot? You can visit the towelroot website and download the apk file. Make sure to enable installation from unknown sources if it's not enabled already. Generally that option is located under Settings\Security.


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Do you have recovery on it? Example: Cyanogen? If answer is yes, try booting to recovery with key combination: Volume down+power+home and after 2 seconds keep holding volume down+power but stop pushing home. You should download a custom rom designed for your phone, which is a zip file. Then on the recovery install from SD (must have SD card) and pick the zip ...


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Have you tried towelroot? You can visit the towelroot website and download the apk file. Make sure to enable installation from unknown sources if it's not enabled already. Generally that option is located under Settings\Security.


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Once you do the factory reset the data like messages and other content stored in local storage is lost,except that if you have synced the phone with gmail-account, all those sync supported category contents can be obtained back. Remember these things, If you use gmail data like contacts, emails, Calendar, Chrome, Drive, google+ are supported to sync with ...


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YES! It is possible to root the Archos 79 Platinum using the following methods: VROOT-root exe file for use on Windows machines And to replace the superuser-app with an English version: English Superuser and busybox etc Yoy may also first want to check out the following link to make sure USB works properly (also google on how to enable developer-mode and ...


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You need to follow a guide for the 2012 Nexus 7 instead, which the model is called Nakasi (Grouper/WiFi, Tilapia/3G-WiFi). You're using the wrong image, 2013 Nexus 7, which the model is called Razor (Flo/WiFi, Debian/3G-WiFi), for your device. That's why its not wanting to get past the boot screen. Download from the link below or go to XDA Forum. Here is ...


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Kingoroot. http://www.kingoapp.com I hope it will work for you


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What method you used to root your phone before installing SuperSU? Finding SuperSU on the launcher drawer without manually installing it is a sign that your phone has been rooted! I forgot to mention that after I root my phone through Kingoapp I got the same error so I tapped on updating the binary and it works after reboot. Yes there's using Odin, ...


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I faced the same problem when I tried rooting A china phone having Samsung Galaxy S2 stock Rom. I searched and here is what I found Firstly Try installing binary through Busybox installer on play store. Interent is required to download and then try every version if It didn't work out for you. Then Download Kingoapp it's One Click rooting method. Kingoapp has ...


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It looks to me like your device has had encryption enabled on it. If that's the case, you'll have to have the encryption password before you can root it. Was this device issued by your work? I doubt it came encrypted by default, since it adds overhead. I could be wrong though- this is a bit out of my depth too.


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From the thread you linked to (highlighting my own): The root via vcore doesn't work any more. Please get it looked up. Lots of people online are getting this problem as they flash the root. Problems are all of the internal storage are gone, left with 8gb and all apps in storage wont work. Which seems to be the issue you are having. This appears to be ...


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Using the Android SDK Platform Tools, with adb. Connect your device via USB to your PC, and open a command prompt. adb devices Once your device is recognized, continue. adb backup -all -f C:\backup.ab This will use the defaults to backup only app and device data (not the APKs themselves) to the current directory as 'backup.ab'. To include system ...



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