Followed steps in link1. Everything went fine.
Gave a deep read to link2. Found it understandable and easy to do and follow, but decided to go the CF-Auto-Root way just because I had done it before and worked nicely...
Everything OK. Something weird happened -again- though. After the clean restore and root, I installed CWM and proceeded to make a backup of the plain system. After it, it asked to fix root again. I had previously said YES, which lead to a broken root, so I said NO this time. Same thing happened!! I lost root and had to manually install SuperSu 1.93 from ZIP in CWM... Why does this happen?
Anyways, I have another question. If one day I decide to restore from this backup I just made, will it be exactly as doing a complete restore following link1?
Originally Posted by rootSU
Because the 2nd method furnishes you with knowledge and experience to help you understand and learn things that cf auto root "automates" for you. Using our recommended method, you will have a head start in knowing how to do things you may need to do to recover your device from various scenarios.
...for example, had you used that method last time - applying logic and knowledge, you may not have created this thread
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