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have you tried to wipe your data/cache + dalvik? For my experience, sometimes the black-screen is due to a bad-flashing procedure (not your fault) when something goes wrong. If you did not tried yet, try and let me know! Regards, Luca


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CF autoroot But it will trip knox http://autoroot.chainfire.eu/


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The Verizon and AT&T versions have locked bootloaders and are not able to be rooted at the moment.


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Is the app from the carrier it self if you root ur phone and install a custom rom you are erasing the phone and all what was installed form the carriers and it should work fine after that or if you have a international version of the phone it works to. And they only can see how much data ur using and they can just make it slower if they see the u are using ...


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You didn't mention if you're on Stock ROM or Custom ROM. But you mention TWRP, so you're probably using a custom recovery (though not necessarily on a custom ROM). What I would try to do is to push Stock Recovery back into your phone, and try the OTA update again. If that doesn't work, you can download the Stock 4.4 ROM from sammobile, and flash it using ...


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Most rooting method will also install recovery ROM. Having a custom recovery is important in rooted phones because rooting enabled ways to potentially destroy your phone in a way totally unrecoverable by root privilege alone. Recovery allows you to bail out if anything goes wrong.


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After rooting you will still be left with stock android just with elevated privileges as you've said. Remember, your data will be wiped, so I'd recommend doing a backup first! If a new OS update comes along you will not be able to install via the normal Over the Air method, but you can still download the update manually and flash it via TWRP. If you take ...


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The root method in the link is not compatible with android 4.0.4. before you root - be sure you know what you are doing. To root the Lucid 4G on 4.0.4 you can try the following method: http://theunlockr.com/2013/06/16/how-to-root-the-lg-lucid-4g-bin4ry-method/ But choose "Xperia Root by cubeundcube" instead of "Normal mode"


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If you are already rooted and using a custom rom you probably have a recovery installed. You wont have any problem if you change the rom but make sure you have made a nandroid backup before doing anything so that you can revert back to your current state in case anything goes wrong. Choose the new custom rom wisely and follow the instruction therein and you ...


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You need to install custom recovery and flash new ROMs from this recovery. If you choose the correct custom ROM for you phone and follow the developer's installation guide, there won't be any problem. If you wanna know where you can find custom ROMs for your phone, take a look at this question. I recommend XDA developers. You can find a lot of ROMs with ...


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Here's a couple of things that might help, A regular factory reset does not wipe the sdcard partition. Things such as pictures and whatsapp messages should be restorable when you just install the relevant apps again. If you are a Gmail user, just sign in again and it will automatically resync. If you are using a corporate email account or general mail app, ...


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Your friends just got lucky. thats it. No manufacture in this world will provide you warranty services after you have rooted the device.


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Rooting your phone will void the warranty from both the carrier and the manufacturer. No matter what happens to be wrong. If they found that the phone's rooted then you'll have to face the consequences. *So your warranty will be void automatically with root. *


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Try rooting, installing a custom recovery and then finding an English ROM to flash on XDA or some such place. There'll be guides on Google.


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It's nice to have a phone rooted (Geeksphone and maybe others do this by default?), you can use firewall apps and Titanium backup, and other system apps. Superuser lets you restrict what apps can be root.


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According to the developer, those disabled checkboxes are not implemented. Source. You can still proceed with the flash even if F. Reset Time is disabled / unchecked. There should be no problems with it.


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you might install mobogenie .it gives u one -click root feature.so you may root that ways.and moreover huawei phones have a large range and most of them are not known.so either buy a well known product or go for samsung products


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Ok the GPS started working again. I let the phone drain out of battery, then put a charger and let the sony logo show till the charge gets around 80% (Just left it for 20-30 minutes on charge). Then I removed the charger and hard reset the device(hold power and volume up key for few seconds). The device will shutdown and then restart it normally. Google will ...


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Okay here is how to root without unlocking bootloader for XP Jellybean. This is confirmed working and do it in your own risk. Note: Charge your phone to 100% before doing this and back up contact,message and any other installed app. Download and install Flashtool (If you dont know how to flash using flashtool follow this tutorial Download Sony Xperia ...



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