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    Hmmmm I wonder why I don't?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SupperDroid View Post
    Hmmmm I wonder why I don't?
    Does the app have root access when you open super user?

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    OK I figured it out. I had Ver 1.0 I had downloaded from somewhere at XDA the other day. The Ver here is 1.30, works perfect. Got the menu like posted above and have root. Thanks all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SupperDroid View Post
    OK I figured it out. I had Ver 1.0 I had downloaded from somewhere at XDA the other day. The Ver here is 1.30, works perfect. Got the menu like posted above and have root. Thanks all.
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    Im getting my note 2 on friday. Is there any reason to using the other method over doing this? Also if i were to use this and decide i wanted to return my phone to verizon within the 2 weeks i could just unroot with super user and thats it? Thanks for the help
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    Quote Originally Posted by crl95 View Post
    Im getting my note 2 on friday. Is there any reason to using the other method over doing this? Also if i were to use this and decide i wanted to return my phone to verizon within the 2 weeks i could just unroot with super user and thats it? Thanks for the help
    This is fine for low level mods such freezing apps and making Backups.
    This app has an unroot function aswell. To go back to stock undo any changes you have made and unroot and you will be back to stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DroidXcon View Post
    This is fine for low level mods such freezing apps and making Backups.
    This app has an unroot function aswell. To go back to stock undo any changes you have made and unroot and you will be back to stock.

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    So i wouldnt be able to unlock my bootloader after this and then install ROMs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crl95 View Post
    So i wouldnt be able to unlock my bootloader after this and then install ROMs?
    You would but if you are going to unlock I would skip this method altogether. When you unlock the casual program will root you first

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    Quote Originally Posted by DroidXcon View Post
    You would but if you are going to unlock I would skip this method altogether. When you unlock the casual program will root you first

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    Thanks for all the great quick responses. I will unlock my phone and just gain root from that process like you said
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    If i am planning to unlock my bootloader soon could i use this app so that i can get titanium back up and back up all my stuff first?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crl95 View Post
    If i am planning to unlock my bootloader soon could i use this app so that i can get titanium back up and back up all my stuff first?
    Yesv that is a good plan. Then use the unroot option. But leave the exploit alone. During the unlock process your phone will be rooted again. And It needs to use the exploit. Patching it will render the unlock process useless and we will have to flash a stock image b and start over.

    So root and unroot. Nothing else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DroidXcon View Post
    Yesv that is a good plan. Then use the unroot option. But leave the exploit alone. During the unlock process your phone will be rooted again. And It needs to use the exploit. Patching it will render the unlock process useless and we will have to flash a stock image b and start over.

    So root and unroot. Nothing else.

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    Thanks for all your help DroidXcon. I dont know how I would have gotten started without you on this forum. Im still debating how I like the screen size so im not going to unlock it yet. I have one more week to return to verizon but i think its a keeper. For now i will leave the exploit disabled but I will unroot and re-enable the exploit when I am ready to unlock it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crl95 View Post
    If i am planning to unlock my bootloader soon could i use this app so that i can get titanium back up and back up all my stuff first?
    You can if you want for piece of mind, but rooting & unlocking doesn't wipe anything, so you won't lose any data if it is done properly.
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    Will this work on sg2 gt-i9100 4.1.2 jellybean and I am reading correct this will fix this issue and root my phone yeah?
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    Quote Originally Posted by muller469 View Post
    Will this work on sg2 gt-i9100 4.1.2 jellybean and I am reading correct this will fix this issue and root my phone yeah?
    i think the security hole was only for quad core exynos devices.
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    Heyyyy what the??!

    Chain fire apk. Root. Failure to root???

    Whyyy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThisDieingDream1 View Post
    Heyyyy what the??!

    Chain fire apk. Root. Failure to root???

    Whyyy....

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    You probably updated your phone which patched the security hold.
    Use this instead
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=37195287
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    I have this problem - I installed the update. I am having trouble. I have complete stock. I tried doing the casual, but it will not connect to my phone. I put the phone in recovery mode (I think) and casual said it wasn't connected. I want to root then back up with Titanium so I can then unlock and install a rom. I used to do this with my galaxy nexus, but I don't remember it being this difficult. Any help would be greatly appreciated..
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    Quote Originally Posted by kashabrown View Post
    I have this problem - I installed the update. I am having trouble. I have complete stock. I tried doing the casual, but it will not connect to my phone. I put the phone in recovery mode (I think) and casual said it wasn't connected. I want to root then back up with Titanium so I can then unlock and install a rom. I used to do this with my galaxy nexus, but I don't remember it being this difficult. Any help would be greatly appreciated..
    Needs to be in download mode not recovery

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    I put it in download mode - still doesn't connect....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kashabrown View Post
    I put it in download mode - still doesn't connect....
    Reboot your computer try a different port

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    I'm a total newbie to rooting. Will this work with my Huawei Ascend Y200?
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterestregan View Post
    I'm a total newbie to rooting. Will this work with my Huawei Ascend Y200?
    Not unless it has a exynos quad core processor

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    does anyone here know how to root and samsung galaxy player 3.6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor Nava View Post
    does anyone here know how to root and samsung galaxy player 3.6
    Please don't take this the wrong way even though it is going to come out like I am being an a**hole, but it's always best to try to find a thread about the actual device you are looking for info on because you know all of those people have that device instead of asking somewhere random. A simple way to do that is by Googling something like "how to root Galaxy player".

    XDA is always a good start.
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1424358
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