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    Default D2G z4root...temporary root did not work

    Yea so like the title says...I followed instructions to a T and couldnt get temporary root to work on my D2G...any ways to fix that?
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    try doing a permanent root. Do what you need with a rooted device, and then unroot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corydunbar View Post
    try doing a permanent root. Do what you need with a rooted device, and then unroot.
    Thanks...how do u uproot though
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    Quote Originally Posted by md17 View Post
    Thanks...how do u unroot though
    z4root after obtaining root will present you 2 options, re-root and unroot. Just as it does temporary root and permanent root before you have rooted your device.
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    I just received the D2G and have already rooted and unrooted using Z4. Had to unroot because I already have to send it back. Im sure this is answered somewhere but why would you want temp root?
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    some people just don't feel good about having a rooted device. so they are willing to root and alter something and then unroot and continue using their device. plus there is added security to not having a rooted device. someone cant sneakily install something onto your phone that is going to rob you of as much information when unrooted. they can but it will take longer.

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