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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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You can directly install KOPLAYER android emulator. You don't need to root it again. And if you want to install .apk files, just drag them to KOPLAYER. KOPLAYER will install them. You can also directly download apps from play store in KOPLAYER.


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Also you can try Framaroot Here


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use kingoroot it is a one click rooter, I tried it and it worked


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Simple way is just do it from your computer. Yes I did it. Do not follow stupid internet long discussions and links loaded with catches and adverts and prerequisites.. King root is free and does the job. Use the PC version it is available on official king root website. Just follow instructions..initially when root succeed it will not show with root checker ...


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All you have to do is follow these easy steps: 1. Borrow your friends PC 2. Root. Check with krazyroot Last I knew there was no way to root via mac for Jellybean or higher.


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install 'pimp my rom' or ROM manager.. Now u can flash a custom rom (.zip) chek out xposed modules.. with care tq


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That's one of the two problems I can think of with samsungs (aside from the cheap build quality.) They literally put in a self-destruct mechanism that PHYSICALLY BURNS OUT when you modify the software. It's microscopic. It BURNS. They claim it's to "protect KNOX from hacking" (which is total BS.) Don't believe me? click here: https://www.samsungknox.com/en/...


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Directly from the Whatsapp FAQ: Requirements: The number you wish to use (the number you will change your account to) must be able to receive SMS and/or calls and have an active data connection. On the old phone: Open WhatsApp. Go to Menu Button > Settings > Account > Change number. Enter the number currently verified on WhatsApp in the old phone ...


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1. What is a generic firmware? A generic firmware is the firmware for an android device published by the devices manufacturer. 2. What is a branded firmware? A branded firmware is a firmware customized by cell phone providers to advertise themself by showing their logo, installing apps or adding bookmarks to the browser. Updates for branded phones getting ...


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Because that way (superboot) is old and doesn't work on the current software releases, TBH I am surprised it still boots at all after that, probably because you just just manually booted it and didn't flash it. I will assume this is the Titan (non-LTE) version. The proper way to do this if you are unlocked is simple... Download the latest TWRP for your ...


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In most of the cases, rooting won't cause data loss unless it failed. The challenging part is how to unlock the bootloader if there was. For unlocked phone, you can easily get the phone rooted with apps such as AnyRooter or TWRP.


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You have to unlock your bootloader to fiddle around with your phone. Without unlocking you really CANNOT do anything. Unlocking bootloader is straight. You won't mess up anything there. It's the installing of custom recovery which will bug you. Careful.


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As in the comment by @AndrewT., it appears that AT&T have locked the device against rooting (corrected the exploits used by these one-click root solutions back with Android 5.0). From the link in the comment: Emphasis and comments mine ...the fact remains that AT&T's Android 4.4.4, released in 2014, and Android 5.0 and 5.1.1, released in 2015, ...


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I had the same problem described by 'pepuch' on my HTC Desire S. I tried different drivers on relatively new computers running Windows 8 and Windows 10. In the end I found a link suggesting that I should try the (same) procedure on an older (desktop) computer which I did and the computer managed to detect my Desire S in fastboot USB mode and I managed to ...


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Download and install SamsungUSB drivers, if not already present. Download and extract Odin zip file. Download and extract ROMfile. You will either get multiple .tar.md5 or .tar files. Launch Odin Odin3 v3.07.exe asAdministrator. Click on PDA button and browse file with PDA in its name (if there is only one .tar/tar.md5 file then it is PDA).Click on Phone ...


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UID is the "User ID" assigned to an app. On Android, each app runs on a separate user (for sandboxing). So on install, the system "creates" a UID/GID (UserID/GroupID) pair for new apps, which is what they are identified by. This is also used for file permissions, to ensure private data of an app stay private (and no other app can simply access them; see our ...


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To fix the issue with the Stock recovery flashing over TWRP on the boot of the device I recommend trying the fastboot boot "pathtorecoveryimage" command. I have used this and haven't experienced any issues. So try the following: fastboot flash recovery "pathtorecoveryimage" fastboot boot "pathtorecoveryimage" 2.5 It may look like the device isn't doing ...


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There is two way to enter bootloader mode. 1) Use adb to reboot into bootloader. First boot normally, and enable adb in developer option. Then, ensure you install phone drivers on your PC. After that, the batch you used should work. 2) Manually boot into bootloader. Power off your phone, and connect it to your PC. Then, press power and volume up for a few ...


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Reset your app preferences. To do it Follow these steps. Goto settings and open apps On the upper part(different for every phone) look for three lines or dots. Tap on it and reset app preferences.


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I found these sites that might help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gvbl0_u5s9U http://gs7.wonderhowto.com/how-to/root-samsung-galaxy-s7-s7-edge-0169762/


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This is the same for me on Ubuntu. These commands should solve it: sudo adb kill-server sudo adb devices



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