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After Successful attempt, here's the complete step-by-step procedure of rooting Xolo Q1010i. Root Xolo Q1010i Using Kingroot Android App Download and install KingMaster, Kingroot and Kinguser android application from official website. The website is in Chinese language, but you can easily download using blue download buttons. Open Kingroot android app ...


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Use the Install Zip → select the zip file you downloaded (possibly this) → choose Yes if asked, and the recovery should flash this zip into your system. Flash zip from SD card or Install zip are basically the same thing.


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If you have a custom recovery, chances are you're already rooted. Try typing "whoami", and in case it returns "root", you have root access.


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Basically, all you've to do is install USB drivers and use iRoot software to root your Infocus M2. You can follow this tutorial as it explains everything in detail - Be aware that this will void your warranty.


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Using cyanogenmod you will loose nothing but warranty,since you are using a motorola device. You may find this post useful for finding out what cm offers compared to your stock version. http://appchoose.blogspot.in/2014/12/why-you-should-flash-cyanogen-mod-onto.html


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The rooting process of Android devices has become easy these days. Look into these links: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1997403 http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1886460 According to the 2nd link, the person has developed a script to root devices with ease. The procedure is to: Download file. Extract it. Click ...


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Try running everything from the ADB shell. adb shell su mount -o remount,rw /system If you install something as root "su" you can use chown to change the owner of the file. It's not quite like using suid but at least you can change the owner. It also looks likes Busybox has suid built in, if you have the right version. Check out this website for more ...


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Once your debug bridge is connected, get it running as root with adb root. Then remount the partition read/write using adb shell mount -o rw,remount /system. Not sure what you mean by the suid part of your question, but if you can elaborate, I will try to answer that as well.


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I think your phone again reflashes the stock recovery on reboot.So after flashing philz, ** just boot into recovery without booting into os ** and then flash the root file.


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Try to download and install framaroot in your device that should work


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Try to download and install framaroot in to your device I think that should work Link:http://m.apkhere.com/app/com.alephzain.framaroot


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When you are all rooted and unlocked install minimal adb and fastboot, then connect your phone. Open the winshell and type adb devices to check, if you are properly connected. Adb's output should be your phone ID. Then make sure you have the boot.img placed in your adb folder then type fastboot flash boot boot.img EDIT: Grant superuser-access and ...


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maxritz from XDA Developers has built a ClockWorkMod (CWM) recovery that works for Lenovo A7000-a by porting the CWM recovery for Lenovo K3 Note. Here's a link to the recovery file: A7000-CWM-Final.zip You'll need a Windows computer and Smart Phone Flash Tool to flash the recovery file. Instructions on how to flash CWM using SP Flash Tool are listed here ...


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Note #1: Rooting Mediatek devices isn't usually a clean area. Please remember that this solution is to help you out only and is not a mandate, which means the responsibility of recovering device (if required) lies upon the reader only. Taking backup is very important. Consider the answers here to take backup. I can't stress this more. Please do not ...


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You could install CyanogenMod on it, their instructions have worked out on Linux for me.


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Rooting a device does not require it to be wiped, although, to root it the device's bootloader needs to be unlocked. This action requires the device to be wiped. So, if you have not unlocked the bootloader yet then you need to wipe it, sadly. If you have unlocked the bootloader then you can root the device without wiping it. To root the device you can ...


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MoreLocale 2 from the Play Store might be worth a shot. Taken from the app listing: You can select more locales via this app. If your locale doesn't appear, please use custom locale function in menu. So if you don't see your preferred language in the app, you might have luck specifying something like ru-RU in the app's custom locale wizard.


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As usual, the answer is: any attempt to modify O.S. files can brick your phone. But you can try to root your phones. Just make sure you made a full backup of your phone software (not only /data), including boot.img and other sensitive parts of O.S.(system.img and so), and keep those files safe saved on your computer (so you can reflash your phone in case ...


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do NOT root or do any other huge thing, you just need a VPN so download a VPN in your computer, and download play store in your computer aslo, connect your phone to your computer and install both, that is it, i was in a town close to Shanghai and i had the same problem, it solved so easily,


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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 http://forum.xda-developers.com/apps/framaroot/root-framaroot-one-click-apk-to-root-t2130276


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Steps : Install custom recovery TWRP(Download link) Install SuperSU from recovery also, take a look at this : [GUIDE] Root XT1032/XT1033 Moto G Running Android Lollipop just do it with above link instruction.


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It those "standard" hacking tools like towelroot and framaroot and such, aren't working for you, you could try doing it the manual way: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2684210


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Have You rooted Your phone? Seems like accidently you have removed any one app which is required for gapps. The solution is to download gapps package for you android version and flash via recovery.


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Yes it is possible, I found this method among many others. Warnings: Below are some warning statements that you should be aware of, before proceeding with the rooting tutorial: Rooting your Sony Xperia T3 Android Smartphone will void its warranty. Hence, to get back warranty after rooting your Sony Xperia T3, you will have to flash the stock ROM back ...


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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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