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Hi Nicolas great your system workt for me how do i get ride off the japanees langaue


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To answer your questions in order: 4) not currently. 5) no, TWRP itself does not lose your data. Flashing on locked bootloaders does. 6) not currently. Pt. 2) You do not have to unlock bootloader to install TWRP. You can also flash it via su dd after you root. 7) impossible, at least with SDK. If you know a JTAG specialist or an FBI tech person who owes ...


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If you update your rooted phone you will lose your root access and will need to root your phone again which could be a problem because previous method of rooting may not be working on new version. You will need to wait until the same rooting method you used earlier releases a compatible update or you might need to find a compatible method.


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I read the instructions and it seems safe. You could run into problems if you OTA while having a custom recovery like TWRP or CWM. However, that method does not seem to require you to change your recovery. Keep in mind that after you apply the OTA there's a good chance that the root will be lost, and you might not be able to re-gain it until a new method is ...


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Finally I found the solution. The developers of TWRP switched the recoveries for the LG h811 and LG h815 model. So I downloaded and flashed a TWRP recovery under h811 downloads and that recovery works properly on my LG h815.


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I would first of all recommend downloading the newest version of heimdall and using the terminal to do it because the app has problems in my personal experience. First, boot your device into download mode (vol down, home, power on most devices), then vol up to confirm, then plug your device in. Now from the bin directory of heimdall, write: sudo ./heimdall ...


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Flash your stock ROM using Odin whilst your device is in Download mode Power + Volume Down + Home (Put the file in the AP/PDA depending on what version of Odin you have). If this works then your tablet may be back to factory state, but if it fails then you have Hard bricked your tablet. Presuming it isnt bricked, use the latest .apk file of King Root ...


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Factory Wipe/ Restart Use the windows program odin from sammobile.com, next flash your factory firmware. Plug device into computer Run Odin Find firmware on http://sammobile.com Download firmware Power off device Power on device while holding power + home button + vol up, then release power button after about 3 seconds You should be in Odin Mode Now ...


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Download the utoo-root-signed.zip file from XDA Forum and move it to SD card. Download the firmware_Bluetimes_3584F.zip file in question, unzip it and move the files quoted below to SD card: factory_update_param.aml u-boot.bin recovery.img Rename the utoo-root-signed.zip inside of SD card to g18ref-ota-20131220.zip. Do the steps 3, 4 and 5 of the ...


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I Believe you are using some non branded (fake or Chinese) device and unfortunately the device don't get updated officially. But you can do a couple of things with it first restore and enjoy the previous version, or contact the manufacturers of the device they will send you, your desired ROM, it will take a couple of working days. I had this issue back in ...


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Couple of things you can do here try to uninstall all the applications that are related to super user. first install" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp" and uninstall the applications restart your phone and install root checker-supersu. ping me in if you find any more issues.


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E2B does support exFAT if you prepare it using RMPrepUSB, but some payloads such as XP, Vista, Win7RTM won't work if booting from ISO. You can make FAT32 .imgPTN files of these though.


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Flash the following kernel to get root Uni Kernel


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I did a quick Google search and found this: How To Root Most Qualcomm phones without pc on XDA. The SAMSUNG GALAXY CENTURA - SCH-S738C is on the list of tested devices. Here are some details from the XDA post I am referencing: 1) Download and Install poot.apk. 2) Now open the poot app then it will require you to install Ministro II, Simply follow ...


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I'm not entirely sure if it matters in fast boot but to use Aden services normally you need to enable USB debugging in developer options, start the server, then in another terminal type adb usb. This listens to USB ports and checks for any open connections. Also, some phones don't like it but my nexus requires unmounting before I use adb. Hope this helps.


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As far as I know , you have to connect it via usb first before attempting the tcpip command.


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There are plenty of rooting apps avialble for rooting kitkat mobiles.. The apps like Framaroot, King Root, VRoot and so on.. for more information check this out..


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The most reliable root for the Sprint S4 is CF-Auto-Root, which requires a computer. Instructions If you found an article saying Towelroot will work, then Towelroot will work as well. I have an S5 and I used Towelroot. It's definitely trustworthy. When it comes to one-click-root apps, it's as easy as just trying them, if they work they work, if they don't ...


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You could try replacing the stock Recovery with its respective TWRP Recovery and then flashing the SuperSU though the TWRP Recovery. Next are the download links_ TWRP Recovery: Type the model of your device (Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge), select the correct version of your device and then download the image. Last version of SuperSU: Will give you root access ...


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Go here and download this tool. Follow the directions. http://forum.xda-developers.com/mate-8/development/rayglobe-italian-knife-t3295526


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First of all, nowadays, how does the process of rooting an android phone work? By using an exploit in the Android system, a binary file which is named su is added to /system/xbin partition. When an application wants to execute a command with root privileges, it executes the command with an su at the beginning of it. This sends a call to the binary ...


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You can use Kingroot. License is Chinese, but when you accept it, app changes to English. And you don't need a computer. Then install ZArchiver. It can get to the system folders, if the device is rooted.


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Firstly let me clarify something. Being rooted is not a binary situation where you are either rooted or not rooted. Process of rooting is adding custom binaries to system partition. These binaries, depending on the way they are coded, can answer suid calls from apps so those apps can have the right to execute orders not with their own UID but with the UID 0 ...


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I finally found an android image that worked. Here's what I did: Plug in tablet via USB Open Terminal Boot tablet in recovery mode Scroll to 'Update from ADB' In Terminal, run adb sideload [Path to zip file of image] Let it run All is well! I found the link the the image on www.androidtablets.net. Excerpt: Stock 4.1.1 (A2109_A411_03_13_121127): ...


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There is a cross-platform version of Odin called JOdin. It can run in a web browser, or locally after downloading the JAR file. Either one requires Oracle Java 8 to be installed first. Web version: https://builds.casual-dev.com/jodin3/ Offline version: https://builds.casual-dev.com/index.php?dir=JOdin3%2F ' The offline version is started with $ java -jar ...


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Go on to Latest Cyanogenmod for Moto E Go on to Latest Cyanogenmod Recovery Wipe Dalvik Cache while changing the OS, NO NEED FOR Factory Reset Take backup of important system apps as they get lost after installing any other ROM. IMPORTANT: TAKE BACKUP OF YOUR CURRENT OS BEFORE CHANGING OS. YOU DO NEED 5-6 GB FOR BACKUP(NANDROID BACKUP). YOU NEED A ROOTED ...



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