Offering Root Service
Sup guys, I been in this forums for a while some call me a legend "The Root Man" (lol) been away for a while now. so im opening my service again. If anyone is scared to root there phones LET ME ROOT IT FOR YOU everything is free. i also help you add roms and understand everything else. No PM's please hit me up on Gtalk.
I use TeamViewer - Free Remote Access and Remote Desktop Sharing over the Internet to access your pc, all you have to do is seat and watch.
Wireless tether app (install after root) http://android-wifi-tether.googlecod...3_1-pre110.apk
heres my proof that im legit: A big THANK YOU to Upstreammiami
Android Central Hall of Fame?
Going to be making videos of how to's on how to flash roms, backup all your info ect ect.
Buy me a Beer
Last edited by Upstreammiami; 12-20-2011 at 09:54 AM.I'm the ROOT manG Talk: Upstreammiami3o5Let me help you ROOT your phone
- 12-09-2011, 03:40 PM #2
- 12-10-2011, 01:04 AM #4
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Re: Offering Root Service
Okay, I desperately want to root... but have a problem. My computer is a Mac Powerbook running 10.4 Tiger OS. All the rooting methods I've seen require Snow Leopard OS or higher.
Any idea if this would work if I tried this on a public computer (like a library or coffee shop's)? I'm leery of the idea because I don't want to upload malware/spyware to my phone that might be on a public computer.
If I do use someone else's computer for the root, can I still flash new ROMs/get new kernels, etc... using my powerbook? Or would I need to still have a newer computer?
I think I want CyanogenMod 7.1. However, how do I tell what features it comes with? I don't see a listing of ROMS that include all their features. I want bluetooth keyboard and mouse, HDMI out, 4g Wimax, tethering, removal of bloatware like Carrier IQ, Sprint NFL, logging software, etc. I would still like to have Google Maps or Sprint Navigation.
Finally, I'm running Froyo 2.2. I never upgraded to 2.3 because I have FullHDMI app for unrooted phones and it won't run on unrooted 2.3. Is it worth my while to upgrade to 2.3, or should I root at 2.2? What benefits would i have to upgrade to 2.3 if I'm planning on going to a different ROM?
I know some of these questions are answered elsewhere... and i humbly apologize. However, if you ask questions on old threads, you get ed out for dredging up old threads. It's a no-win scenario.
I thank you in advance (and will also click on the "thank you" tick when you respond) for your kind assistance.
- 12-10-2011, 01:11 AM #5
- 12-10-2011, 11:25 AM #7
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- I'm the ROOT manG Talk: Upstreammiami3o5Let me help you ROOT your phone
- 12-10-2011, 08:41 PM #9
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- 12-11-2011, 11:16 AM #12
Re: Offering Root Service
He even installed a new kernel on my phone to allow SetCPU to work AND showed me how to use Titanium Backup to delete all those stupid sprint applications. Im now up to 90mb free space (most in a long time), phone runs faster, and free tethering.
Awesome! Thanks a ton man!
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