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Default Stump root question

i rooted my att model but it had to be bruteforced is that normal? i ran root checker afterwards and it shows i have root access
Just wanted to make sure I did it properly
 
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run stump again and it will tell you if its rooted or not

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I can't speak exactly for the AT&T variant, but running stump root on my Verizon G3 the other day it gave me the exact same issue...and seems to have worked out fine on my end ultimately. You can read my post on page 25 of that thread detailing my exact experience if you're curious!
 
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I used stump, and it had to brute force my phone. I was a bit confused, since I thought it supported the AT&T G3, but it worked.
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