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I don't know if it works the same way for HTC Desire 820 @Suriya, but I have also found another procedure for unrooting. Download Universal unroot apk for HTC Desire 820. Connect your device to your PC using the USB cable. Copy the Universal unroot apk to your SD card. Once it’s been copied, disconnect your device from your PC. Head to ...


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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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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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