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It is true that the guides available for this device are extremely large in quantity since OnePlus One (OPO) is the only popular Android device from OnePlus company as of now. Coming back to the point, rooting OPO is fairly easy, safe and doesn't require any prerequisite knowledge of Android OS internals, though having it would ease you to root with ...


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1) Download: First download the following files: oppown.apk TWRP 2) Installation: Install oppown.apk and download SuperSU Connect your N1 via USB to your computer and get access over ADB 3) Clean-up: adb uninstall uninstall com.qualcomm.privinit 4) TWRP install: fastboot flash recovery twrp-X.X.X.X-N1.img 5) Successfully rooted!


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Did you properly change adbd permissions? Look for other files in the same directory with adbd for permissions value. Most probably it will be 644 but be sure. Note: adb is a service and need to be properly run at start so reboot after changing permissions


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Rooting this device is very easy. Just search for Framaroot app on jellydroid.com, install it on phone and run, choose install Super SU and Barahir exploit, reboot phone and your done. Tested and working.


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Try using the Framaroot app. Just Google it, copy it to sd card, enable installation from Unknown sources , and follow the steps it suggests.


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ADB and fastboot require different USB drivers. Whilst you may see your device under adb when your phone is on it will not be detected by fastboot until you install the driver for it and hence will show "waiting for device". You can follow the steps below to do so: Open your device manager and reboot your device into fast boot by pressing volume up, down ...


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It seems you have bricked your Tablet, you can try with china root software's Try V-root maybe it can be helpful for you.


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Search framaroot on xda developers site. It worked on my Vitria no prob. I use xposed modules they seem to work best for me


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You can root it easily by using the Framaroot application. Here is a link to the XDA thread, where you can find more information on the app. XDA Thread Link for Framaroot app


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In my case, it's because of the Freedom app. To fix it: Download Root Explorer Go to etc then click on mount on the upper part Find the hosts and delete it Restart the phone


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It was actually very easy to root and flash a new rom or stock rom to it. First thing is rooting your device by doing the following: Make sure your Bootloader is unlocked so u can flash a new one to it. Install JDK and Android SDK to get access to the command "fastboot" Download the superuser.zip file to your SD card on your phone Download the CWM ...


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Try re-flashing a suitable ROM from XDA. Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 ROMs [XDA]


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Framaroot is a one-click universal root method that works on a number of Android devices. With a couple of root exploits attached with the app, you can easily root your device in no time. The app also allows users to unroot their devices within a single-click, so you can just go back to the unrooted state in a second should you want to. So without further ...


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To make sure applications can access the root, you may need to enable it from the Developer Options menu in your device's settings. Once in the Developer Options menu, look for the root access option and select from 'Apps only', 'ADB only' and 'Apps and ADB'. You might have to accept a warning about security, too. If developer settings isn't visible, try ...


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I have a favourite that is extremely quick, easy and simple. It was called Vroot, now Iroot. It doesn't even require a PC! http://www.mgyun.com/en/getvroot Hope this helps!


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It happens because in fastboot mode, you can only turn on using ADB on the PC, so when your phone is turned on and connected and ADB can see it, go to 5 string (FASTBOOT) and choose 0 (reboot to bootloader), phone will reboot. Now you're in a fastboot mode.


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Just follow these steps. Root your Android phone by using super su nd root checker Download Lucky Patcher Grant root to Lucky Patcher Then go to toolbox and click on block ads options and then click on "clear the local hosts file" option All done, come back to home and reboot your Android Hope this helps. Do this on your own responsibility.


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You can do this the easy way by just (re)installing your Google Apps. Download the right GApps package from CyanogenMod / XDA / Goo.im and flash it in recovery. OR you can also use the APKs linked on the site in your comment. This method is not recommended and may dump your phone into a bootloop! You probably want to download this one. Install it by ...


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It seems that Google Play services isn't installed or updated. Try installing it from the plays store here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.gms&hl=en Edit: oops. Skipped my mind u can't use play store. Get the apk from XDA here and install it. ...


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You can root without a computer as long as you already have a recovery mode that lets you install from a zip. I have just rooted an S3 i9300, the stock international unlocked model, this way. Its specifications are Model GT-I9300 Android 4.3 Kernel 3.0.31-2168382 Thu Nov 28 21:02.26 KST 2013 I had previously installed ClockWorkMod Recovery (the touch ...


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Yes, but unrooting will require more than a simple factory reset. The process will depend on your phone model. Search your model and 'unroot' for instructions. Be sure the instructions are for your specific model and are from a trustworthy source, such as XDA. But if you were able to root your device, I assume you already know that.


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As Moto g received the Lollipop update recently, other roms should adopt the changes. If you want a working phone you can flash the stock firmware or you can sideload a custom rom but this requires a computer and fastboot files installed. I encountered this problem and solved this as follows: If you have installed fastboot files on computer and a custom ...


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I had the same problem before. As you didn't give any specific details about your device including system version, my first guess would be to download framaroot and try to uninstall all root files that are probably left in your storage and are causing problems (or do factory reset). Then try rooting again.


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If it's rooted, leave it be. It's very unlikely for the S4 to receive many (if any) more Android OS updates officially since it's now a couple of generations old. I use a rooted S4 myself, and love the fact that I can remove bloatware at will and make backups of everything. With that being said, some more info from your device might help us direct you to ...


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If it's already rooted, I wouldn't worry about it. I wouldn't let it do any OTA updates, though. I rooted my first phone without knowing much about it, and it was fine. I use root mainly for apps like Titanium Backup, which is just great. You can backup and save all your apps and app data, as well as remove any bloatware that normally comes with the ...


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At last, I've rooted my phone using the way on http://apk.tw/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=622501&extra=page%3D5


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It is not built into Android, but is built into the bootloader. Not all Android devices have it. As said by @GiantTree, the easiest way is to boot into the bootloader and checking the screen output. Asus devices in general, don't have any such counter. Samsung uses a flash counter or the Knox counter, which is triggered when any changes are made to the ...


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You could use SuperLockLite Secure Kiosk if you have Samsung device. Have a look at this free app, it does not require rooting of phone.



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