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If you are unable to remove ads. Follow these steps: For this purpose, you need to download an app called as Lucky Patcher. So, Download Lucky patcher apk from above link. Install that APK in your android phone. Open Lucky Patcher. Now, select the particular app of which you want to remove ads. Click on Create modified apk and select remove Google Ads. ...


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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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I don't believe the bootloader will be unlocked, that'll remain locked. Risks? Bricking the device, not being able to take an OTA update are the big ones. If you flash something not meant for your device, you could brick/cause issues requiring you to get back to stock. I'd recommend making sure you know how to flash and get back to 100% stock before ...


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If you love X reality, Sony Cam, Advanced Sony UI don't go with rooting, as far as your data concerned there will be no harm. If needed to roll back you will get your all featured back.


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Answer to your question, Rooting Xperia Z2 wont remove any SONY features. But if you unlock your bootloader it will remove DRM Keys hence losing SONY features like X-Reality, Camera features etc.


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I got two manuals on topic. Firstone is one about downgrading and second one on installing CM 12.1. Good luck!


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These One-Click root apps, like ol' faithful kingroot, follow a general structure for rooting. I will be using kingroot as an example. Phase one- Detection of device - Self explanatory, really. Kingroot scans the build.prop (which it can, its mostly what you see in about phone) to grab and nab what the hell you are using. It can use other info sources too, ...


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It's pretty simple: Unlock the bootloader; Install a custom recovery that doesn't check if the ZIP is an official update; Install the relevant binaries, usually with SuperSU. The actual steps to do those may vary from device to device. Unlocking the bootloader This is required so the system partition can be written on. On some devices like Samsung and ...


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Yeah, I had the same error. The US XT1644 variant can't use the boot.img for the XT1643 and below. I was able to root by installing SuperSU. Run this command: fastboot boot twrp-3.0.2-0-athene.img Make sure you copy the SuperSU zip file in the /sdcard/TWRP folder on your device. Then when twrp loads, you can just pick the zip file and install.


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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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Hello GNS How many time did you try to root your device ? You may need to try it more than ones, just like my old galaxy tablet. And if that is not successfull, try using different one click root application. Here are the list of some of this applications Vroot Software (ADB drivers needed) Kingo Root For Windows (ADB Drivers Needed) SRS Root (ADB ...


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You didn't enable OEM unlocking in developer mode, go to sammobile download your stock firmware (Or do it with smartswitch emergency upgrade and initialization via downloade mode) and reflash stock. Then when you are ready to root just enable OEM Unlocking in developer options.


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Root is out and a full guide can be found on XDA forums through this link:root guide and files This root is for Verizon Other variants can be found below T-Mobile Sprint AT&T Verizon: http://forum.xda-developers.com/att-...-root-t3410403 Also credits to Mastajeff >for originally making the guide for T-Mobile. First off download these ...


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Best thing is to download superuser from chainfires website and flash it with twrp instead of trying to install the super user prompt by twrp. do a factory reset in twrp. hope u dont have important data. cause sounds like to soft bricked your device


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Just reinstall SuperSu the same way but hit NO at the PopUp. It mentions this at the bottom of the install for SuperSU, I missed it at first as well. One love :)


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FIRST in twrp go to BACKUP and backup your device so if anything goes wrong you can RESTORE and start over. its very simple copy the cyanogenmod .zip to your sd card. then boot into twrp and goto wipe and select advanced wipe and and delete system,data and boot. dont delete recovery or sd card. then go to the main twrp screen select install and locate the ...


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try this guide to root your phone safely http://rootmygalaxy.net/root-lg-g4-beat-g4sh735/ Hope this helps


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find a custom recovery for your device like TWRP or CWM then flash it or boot it in temp mode using commands like fastboot flash recovery twrp.img or fastboot boot recovery cwm.img then download su.zip from chainfire website and flash that zip vola your device is rooted you might have to oem unlock bootloader to do this for that use command fastboot oem ...


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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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Ya one click root apps can have funny side effects like that. since you can root i'd assume your bootloader is unlocked id suggest you use a program called odin on your pc and flash Chain fires auto root https://autoroot.chainfire.eu/ first do a hard reset deleting everything from the device. then flash the appropriate version on your device. i've used ...


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http://d.kingoapp.com/default/KingoRoot.apk Take easy root lava atom 2 5.1


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It's exactly the same for me. Except my device do not want to boot in recovery mode. How did you do this? Because I'm stuck on the black screen and blue LED. Edit: There was an issue and I needed to flash again TWRP with Odin and sideload Xposed uninstaller. Edit 2: Solution As it say on xda forum "Bootloops on Samsung stock ROMs. That's due to Samsung's ...


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Finally I remount /system as R/W. The proper syntax of command is: mount -o rw,remount /system NOT: mount -o remount,rw /system I really dont know why, but second syntax is executed without errors but /system is still read only. The first command works on NOTE 4 N910C correctly. Thats all, topic closed.


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The SM-S906L is the same device as the SM-G920V [source]. You should be able to use the PIT for the SM-G920V. You can get the PIT here. I also found it here (and it is labeled as the SM-S906L, but has the same file name as the one that is specified for the SM-G920V).


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


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Moto devices with a stock ROM have a facility to replace the recovery with the stock image, TWRP handles this but you have to reboot into recovery once before starting the phone normally. Flash TWRP with fastboot and boot into it, allow changes (or first, say No, then do a backup!) then within TWRP do a Reboot -> Recovery, this will "set" the recovery so it ...


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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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I cannot really answer your question without doing some research first. But I can help you by providing the steps to change the SELinux status to Enforcing on your CyanogenMod: Open Settings, About this phone (last option), tap "Build version" several times Go back to Settings and enter the new menu that appeared, called Developer Options Scroll down until ...


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Enable Developers Options on the device & allow Unknown Sources to install the non Play Store app. Download Kingroot app (apk) & install it. Run the app & click “Try to Root” button to start rooting process. Wait until it’s done, and your phone might reboot. Your device is now rooted.. Optional: You can replace KingUser app with ...


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The problem you are really facing is that you are still using the stock recovery. Flash a custom recovery. With credits to ItsAnilSingh from xda-developers. He is the creator of the recovery and posted the installation steps.


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based on the link given by satyam's answer, which now is dead A guide was available at tricksdroid.com (the domain went down in 2015, so it's dead now), the page can still be found at Archive.Org. The essentials summed up in short: Requirements USB drivers for the device (or Samsung Kies) usb-debugging enabled on the device The Galaxy Star Pro should be ...


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use the one step root tool from eroot.net 1. download the eroot.exe file (11.1 mb) 2. connect your phone via usb after enabling usb debugging 3. click the green button on running the eroot tool though it is in chinese but it is a single button and translates to root only i have used this tool to root more than just a few devices and it works everytime like ...


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Lucky patcher apk solved my issue :') How to patch an application to remove ads: Open Lucky Patcher and tap on the application you wish to block the ads in. Tap on "Open Menu of Patches" Tap on "Create Modified APK File" Tap on "APK without Google Ads" Customize the ad-removal settings (if you want) Tap on "Rebuild The App" Wait until the patching process ...



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