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  1. Just I came across a simple method of rooting my Note-III, it works for even S5 and S4 also. It works for me. Try at your risk. https://www.dropbox.com/s/jgtw1us6s4jbxog/tr.apk just download the apk and from the link and run it. It may not take less than a minute to root.
  2. Starting with the R530U US cellular on 4.3, with multiple attempts to knock-off knox elements and its container. CF-autoroot does not work properly on 4.3. Hence the invention. This is a bat script based on adb console, it will not brick your phones in any way. Please follow the script and press the commands as asked in the script. After successful rooting, install Root explorer and search for knox and container. Around 11 files will be found and can be deleted. Note that this does not modify the knox bootloader in any way. Any attempts to do so will not be successful. Samsung Galaxy S III R530U on MJA 4.3 Samsung Galaxy Legend i200.PP on 4.3 Samsung Galaxy Stellar i200 on 4.0.4/4.1.2 AT & T Galaxy S4 (SGH-i337) MK2, MK6 Bell Mobility i337, MK6 Canadian Galaxy S4 SGH-I337M d2vzw s3 with the 4.3 update Galaxy Legend SCH-I200, MK2 Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100, MK9 Galaxy Note 2 N7105 4.3 GT-I9192, MK4 (ML2 does not work) i605 International Galaxy S4, I9505: MH6, MKE, MKF, MJ5 I9500: MJ8, MK1 Kindle Fire HD MK4 Build Date 13.11.2013 Razr HD 9.30.1 OTA Razr M 98.18.94,98.30.1 Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 GT-P5513 Sprint Galaxy S3 (SPH-L710), MK5 Sprint Galaxy S4 Mini SPH-L520 Sprint Galaxy S4 SPH-L720, MK2 Sprint Galaxy S4 (SPH-L720T), MK5 Edit:- works on *some 4.4 KitKat based Samsung devices also saferoot.zip
  3. Hi Just last evening I checked the System Updates on my unrooted Droid 4 and there it was! Upgraded it. Project Butter lives upto the mark. Works smooth like butter. The ONLY UGLY issue am facing: My data from the network is somehow locked, or in short, not working. Visited Vodafone gallery & they checked the settings, which were fine, but still the data is not working. The SIM when inserted on another phone, data works fine. NEED HELP! Please, suggest me how I can make the data work on my Droid 4! Please! Also, how do I root m Droid 4 on Jelly Bean? Currently my phone is technically paralyzed because of this issue! Thank You!!
  4. As per Tushar Gupta's request, I present the following guides to root and install recoveries on Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus S7500 Tutorial No.1 As always, warranty is void if you root your phone. No one is responsible if the user bricks the phone, someone shouts, internet package gets over, if you did'nt get night sleep. Flashing and DIY on your smartphones does'nt work on assumption so please follow the steps properly. I do not take any credits accept linking information here. All credits to XDA developers forum and the source developers. 1. Your battery should be atleast 80% charged before rooting process. 2. Your handset should be detected properly via KIES (if not already installed). 3. Extract Odin and put them on the desktop 4. Switch off and restart the handset by Power+Vol DWN+Home continously till the Samsung logo remains. 5. Connect your phone via USB cable. 6. Open Odin Click on PDA tab and select the recovery image for flashing 7. Hit start to initiate the process 8. Recovery will be installed on the phone now. 9. Switch off and again switch on with the above button combination to get into the recovery mode. 10. Extract the rooting files on desktop 11. Connect the phone via USB. 12. Double click the runme.bat file and rooting will start 13. Reboot from recovery mode. 14. Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus smartphone is now rooted. Odin3-v1.85_3 http://www.mediafire.com/?9c5lah2rmxyptrc Rootme.zip http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1032490&d=1335783005 CWM recovery image http://www.4shared.com/file/MfJmh2bn/clockworkmod-5028tar.html
  5. Here is the simple guide how to root Motorola Droid 2/Droid 2 global/Droid x/Droid X 2/Droid Pro Download Latest Motorola drivers here. Install the drivers. Download attached zip file and unzip it in any folder. Don't forget to connect your phone with usb debugging on and connect it in PC mode. Click on motorola root tools.exe inside the folder you downloaded. One window will open and now click on root my phone. Your device will be found and from here onwards tool will do everything. You just need to wait and watch. Don't Painic, It will reboot 3 times and don't disconnect the phone until it says your phone is rooted successfully. Though this guide is safe to use but as precautionary warning you have to do it at your own risk. Pm me if you face any difficulty. Press Thanks if it helps MotorolaRootTools_v1.07(1).zip
  6. hi guys, i am on Ginger Bread 2.3.4 stock rom on om incredible. (thanx parin for the link to the same) my dinc is s-on, i hv never rooted my phone before. i hv checked with unrevoked forever it is not supporting dinc gb 2.3.4 for s-off. i will be most delighted to learn the procedure to s-off my phone. thanx in advance