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HTM T1020 rooting, backup

OP pvocong

24th July 2014, 05:42 PM   |  #1  
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hello,

I just received the HTM T1020. MTK6572, 4.2.2, 4.5", 512M, 4G,3G,2 sims, wifi photos. google playstore, mystore (?), some nice apps, custom launcher ( deleted because my antivirus told me that it contains a trojan (?)).

1) Rooting:
cf Xda. via framaroot Barahir exploit.

2) Backup:
mtkdroidtools 2.4.8 ( which didn't able to root the HTM T1020).


3) Vulnerabilty fixes:
I've downloaded the multiple vulnerabity fix module from Google play ans installed Xposed framework via XDA.
The first 2 vulnerabilities are already fixed on the HTM (via bluebox).

4) Feedback:
I like this HTM T1020. Responsive. Not a battery hog. For 50 bucks, yes, I dare.
27th July 2014, 12:03 PM   |  #2  
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htm T1020 gps+battery+wifi
Hello,

After more 24h usage, here are my impressions.
The battery charging is fast (1-2 hrs). The battery stands upto 24hrs with daily usage: web navigation, mails,phones, wifi,3g,photos, gps ...
1) gps: using Google maps. Without any tweaking, the first usage was a little bit painful
. I put search by satellites, it gave me wrong positions and hicupping.
After one hour or so it became "stable". I was downtown walking and riding public transportations and back to home. The battery drained out completly.
This morning I create gps.conf via mobiluncletools.
Google maps shows quickly my position.

3) battery:
I install battery doctor, seems to be ok with HTM.
The charging is quick.

4) wifi:
Is good. The wifi signal capture seems to be better than I am used to with other androids (cheap ones) and specially my gt-i9001.

Of course it's draining more on the battery.

I have uploade a screen capture but don't know how to insert it here.





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Originally Posted by pvocong

hello,

I just received the HTM T1020. MTK6572, 4.2.2, 4.5", 512M, 4G,3G,2 sims, wifi photos. google playstore, mystore (?), some nice apps, custom launcher ( deleted because my antivirus told me that it contains a trojan (?)).

1) Rooting:
cf Xda. via framaroot Barahir exploit.

2) Backup:
mtkdroidtools 2.4.8 ( which didn't able to root the HTM T1020).


3) Vulnerabilty fixes:
I've downloaded the multiple vulnerabity fix module from Google play ans installed Xposed framework via XDA.
The first 2 vulnerabilities are already fixed on the HTM (via bluebox).

4) Feedback:
I like this HTM T1020. Responsive. Not a battery hog. For 50 bucks, yes, I dare.

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14th September 2014, 09:41 AM   |  #3  
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1) Rooting:
cf Xda. via framaroot Barahir exploit.

can you please tell me how did you root this phone? any link? steps?
Thanks in advance
16th November 2014, 02:57 PM   |  #4  
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Hello,
Sorry for answering so late. I just see your request. May be you got the answer.
Google for frameroot in Xda. i have downloaded the framaroot apk and save it in the phone memory, download directory in my. case, i have used Esplorer package from
Google play store.
When you click on frameroot apk, choose apk installer in the popup screen.
Once installed, launch the framaroot app icon.
Then choose Barahir and proceed.
The framaroot method is done on the phone, without needing a pc.

Cheers
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