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no, I WILL tell you to use google, because you're not special, this has been discussed numerous times, and all the information is out there, you're limited just by your laziness. check the first rule of xda
Errmmm. I have searched and I have tried everything I found which I already said. Therefore I ask a question on the forums, if I'm not mistaken that is what they were created for no? Discussing, questions, general talk ect....

And kindly NO I will not use Google anymore I have every right to ask for help on this forum thank you

Now if you would kindly move along since you're not helping me at all

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have you read my replies? you provided ZERO information about the exact actions you took, how are we supposed to help you? you didn't even say which step went wrong.

and if you refuse to google - you're not welcome here. have you checked the first rule of xda?
 
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have you read my replies? you provided ZERO information about the exact actions you took, how are we supposed to help you? you didn't even say which step went wrong.

and if you refuse to google - you're not welcome here. have you checked the first rule of xda?
Dude what the ****. I have googled I said that numerous times. And I tried every method I seen. If you're a big Google man you should Google yourself and see which methods are shown for the I9305....

Kindly do me a favor and pee off because you're driving me up the wall mate.

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Dude what the ****. I have googled I said that numerous times. And I tried every method I seen. If you're a big Google man you should Google yourself and see which methods are shown for the I9305....

Kindly do me a favor and pee off because you're driving me up the wall mate.

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