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    Default Methods of Getting Around I337UCUEMK2 Bootloader to install Custom ROMs for AT&T?

    Hi, I was just wondering as of now if there were any method out there to either get around the 4.3 locked bootloader to be able to install custom ROMs. I know how to get root (SafeRoot) but the main reason I had got the Galaxy S4 was to be able to get CM10 or CM11! Like before I'm on AT&T's 4.3 OTA with the Baseband I337UCUEMK2.

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    Default Re: Methods of Getting Around I337UCUEMK2 Bootloader to install Custom ROMs for AT&T?

    Welcome to Android Central
    You can use SafeStrap (Modified version of TWRP) to flash custom ROMs, but you'd be limited to 4.3 ROMs

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    Yea, I have heard about that, but not wanting to go that path since they are only based off of 4.3. That is a method and I appreciate you giving me the information

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    Default Re: Methods of Getting Around I337UCUEMK2 Bootloader to install Custom ROMs for AT&T?

    I am really wanting something like HTCDev to come out on Samsung!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjones0960 View Post
    I am really wanting something like HTCDev to come out on Samsung!

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    Not familiar with HTCDev. What does it do?
    As for the ROMs, you're going to have to wait to see a working CWM/TWRP before you can flash 4.4 ROMs

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    Default Re: Methods of Getting Around I337UCUEMK2 Bootloader to install Custom ROMs for AT&T?

    Quote Originally Posted by UJ95x View Post
    Not familiar with HTCDev. What does it do?
    As for the ROMs, you're going to have to wait to see a working CWM/TWRP before you can flash 4.4 ROMs

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    Yea! Wish they wouldn't have done this

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