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I was trying to root some Huawei and Samsung phones, but these do not come with the option to enable the oem unlock option, and the partitions and files are in read-only mode. So I was thinking of a workaround, but I don't know if it works or there is a way to do so.

I remember there is a live CD distribution on Linux that enables access to the system and modification or use directly, so is there a way to write an ISO/image/ROM file of a standar version of android or a custom one, to a MicroSD and boot from there to edit the attributes and permissions or even partition or format the internal space?

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