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answered Will upgrading my Unlocked, Rooted (fastboot + superboot method) Galaxy Nexus from 4.0.1 to 4.0.2 brick the phone?
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comment Will upgrading my Unlocked, Rooted (fastboot + superboot method) Galaxy Nexus from 4.0.1 to 4.0.2 brick the phone?
Well I want the bootloader unlocked, but I just did the upgrade. Lost root, but don't see why I can't just re-root it. I don't know how to re-flash the original firmware, I'm new to Android (we got the phone for the NFC capability, as we are developing an NFC application for use with Android and in the future, the iPhone.). Thanks for the replies! :)
Jan
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comment Will upgrading my Unlocked, Rooted (fastboot + superboot method) Galaxy Nexus from 4.0.1 to 4.0.2 brick the phone?
Well, I know people that upgraded iOS and it broke their jailbreaks, and many reports online of bricked phones when trying to upgrade the OS on a jailbroken/rooted phone...nothing Android specific that I've seen really, especially for 4.0.2 since it's so new, but boss would not be happy if I bricked our brand-new phone.
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asked Will upgrading my Unlocked, Rooted (fastboot + superboot method) Galaxy Nexus from 4.0.1 to 4.0.2 brick the phone?
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comment Restricting Web Access to a single domain on Android tablets?
Perfect, that's what I was looking for. Not worried about anyone getting around our lock-outs; these will be in the hands of people who are generally anti-anything-computer.
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asked Restricting Web Access to a single domain on Android tablets?