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i suggest going back to official firmware. its the only thing i can think of. if you want to download official firmware got to this page http://www.sammobile.com/firmwares/ and find your variant, its latest firmware, and install it. the page has instructions as well.


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Please be more specific, concise, and re-structure the format to elaborate more so as one can understand more about your problem.


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Having the same problem with mine. According to google this was the translation I was able to get from the menu choices. 自动测试 Automatic test 手动测试 Manual testing 单项测试 single test 测试报告 test report 调试测试项 debug test items 清除e MMC clear e MMC 版本信 version of the letter (?) - gives bb chip, ms board, IMEI, barcode, etc 重启手机 reboot ...


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The following is the standard root method for most Samsung devices, using Chainfire's Auto-Root. Prerequisites: Download and install appropriate USB drivers. Enable USB Debugging. Go to `Settings > About Phone > Tap on Build Number until message appears. Now go to Developer Options and enable USB Debugging. Backup your Apps, Contacts, Logs, Messages ...


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According to Samsung's website, the Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 comes with Knox. Are you asking if the Knox enterprise features will be enable (where it creates a "safe" environment on your table) or if it will trip the Knox flags, essentially telling Samsung service departments that you've tinkered with it and voided your warranty?


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I used iRoot, it worked for me but installs Kinguser as the SuperSU app, still worked though. Best of all it uses no PC. Link: http://www.mgyun.com/m/en


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Try to unlock the bootloader with sunshine app then use kingo rooting tool, or try kingo first it's free but sunshine test your device to make sure it can unlock the boot loader if so it will coast 25$, You have better odds of getting root with the boot loader unlocked. I have the same phone, I lost root and could not get it back with traditional maxx ...


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You can root your Galaxy S3 Mini without computer without PC. Go to Settings>Security>Check Allow Unknown resources. Download Root Master 2.0 apk from here. Install it as normal apk. Open the app and click root. Now the phone will restart and you'll see Kinguser in your app drawer. To Verify Root, Download Root Checker Basic from Playstore. Regards, ...


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You can download the stock firmware for your device from here. Make sure you download the correct version. Now you have to download Odin. Now you have to put Samsung Tab S 8.4 LTE SM-T705 into download mode using these steps: Turn off Galaxy Tab S 8.4 LTE SM-T705 carefully. Press your Tab S 8.4 LTE SM-T705 volume down button and home button ...


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It's not a guarantee that the phone will be back to normal (probably you have tripped Knox) but yes it should not be any problems flashing an original ROM over the one you have. If the system says "Official" when reflashed it should be able to receive updates from Samsung when they are available. Just remember to empty the cache and in worst case (if the ...


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No custom ROM should be paid ever. Its like one of the condition of using the AOSP source code (as its open source). However a certain feature (that has been programmed by a developer completely) may be paid or may have ads. Basically my point is nobody can ask you to pay for using a custom ROM made by them. However, if you do not want the risk of flashing ...


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eu.chanfire.supersu.mainactivity-xxxxx (xxxxx would be the SuperSU icon you picked). If that activity is disabled/restricted it will remove the icon from the app drawer. Since rooted you should use the app My Android Tools to check. From menu select Activity Select the System tab Scroll down to SuperSu app Select it and look for disabled main ...


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You can root without losing data by installing TWRP and installing SuperSU. If you want to flash CM you will then have to wipe all data to install that.


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As far as I've found so far there's no known way for GingerBread (2.3.7) except bootloader unlock, which wipes the storage clean on the phone. ICS is a different matter.


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install wine on linux, then run windows program and root download link : or install windows on vmware.


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It looks like you know how this works, but for anyone who may not, normally /data/misc/adb/adb_key contains the public keys of all the computers that have adb access to your device, which on your computer is located somewhere like ~/.android/adbkey.pub. If you did have root, you could just use su from the Terminal app, then create the file (say by copying ...


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Simply enough: no, there is not. You absolutely, positively will need outside resources. You will need outside tools downloaded to a computer, a USB connection to it, and data pushed to it. The bare minimum that would be possible, which is still not possible with the Note as far as I'm aware, could be rooting it from the phone with downloaded apps that ...


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Some Samsungs have a bug in their "download mode" which will let you flash a custom recovery without even having to root or unlock the bootloader. With custom recovery you can then do whatever you want with the phone.


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Well, that's weird I would say you would have got the device rooted using Framaroot, double cross check if you are using the latest version of the Framaroot to root your device?? I somewhere doubt that you are trying to do the same with older version of the Farmaroot, anyway I think it would be better for you to try doing that again using the latest version ...



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