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"all the stock ringtones and notification sounds" cannot be deleted without root. What happened here is, you've "dropped the index": the "Media Storage" app is what scans your media files from all over the device (including those on SD card), and maintains an "index" in form of a database. This is done for faster access, so apps using your media files have ...


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From my experience working on Service Centers I would say it's probably HW. But you can try some things to confirm it or not: Usually Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are on the same SoC. If BT is also not working it's a good indicative that it's HW issue on that SoC. If you go to Settings -> System -> Advanced -> Reset Options -> there is an option "...


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Use data2sd instead of creating the symlink manually from the terminal. Usually sd cards are formatted with FAT32, data2sd creates an EXT2 embedded partition instead... more detailed explanation here.


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I was able to flawlessly root Nexus One with stock 2.3.6 with DooMLoRD's Easy Rooting Toolkit [v4.0](zergRush Exploit). This also installed Busybox and Superuser app. No bootloader unlock or wipe was performed and no user data or apps were lost. Some useful info can be also obtained here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/HTC_Nexus_One/Flashing_Guide


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You can use it as wifi for all family members, buy a sim with good data plan and use it in broken phone and plug it in for charging and turn its wifi hot spot which can be used by other family member.


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To avoid unrooting after OTA update, Open SuperSU Go to Settings Enable Pro (you have to purchase the SuperSU Pro from PlayStore) Enable Survival Mode


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