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WugFresh Root Method Question

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15th February 2014, 10:38 PM   |  #1  
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If I use WugFresh Root Method to root and flash a custom recovery called Team Win Recovery. Will I still be able to take OTA updates? Also, since WugFresh installs the free version of BusyBox, is it still possible to upgrade to BusyBox Pro?

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15th February 2014, 10:43 PM   |  #2  
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If I use WugFresh Root Method to root and flash a custom recovery called Team Win Recovery. Will I still be able to take OTA updates? Also, since WugFresh installs the free version of BusyBox, is it still possible to upgrade to BusyBox Pro?

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Do yourself a favour and don`t use toolkits: learn to use adb/fastboot, rooting/flashing, recovery`s (sideload, push files) etc etc. Read the 4 top threads in the General section. Sooner or later you`re gona get into trouble with a toolkit and you will not be able to solve it bro
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15th February 2014, 10:45 PM   |  #3  
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Do yourself a favour and don`t use toolkits: learn to use adb/fastboot, rooting/flashing, recovery`s (sideload, push files) etc etc. Read the 4 top threads in the General section. Sooner or later you`re gona get into trouble with a toolkit and you will not be able to solve it bro

+1 to every word said above!

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16th February 2014, 06:27 AM   |  #4  
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Do yourself a favour and don`t use toolkits: learn to use adb/fastboot, rooting/flashing, recovery`s (sideload, push files) etc etc. Read the 4 top threads in the General section. Sooner or later you`re gona get into trouble with a toolkit and you will not be able to solve it bro

Is there a reason particular reason as to why I shouldn't use a toolkit?
16th February 2014, 06:35 AM   |  #5  
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+1 to every word said above!

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Is there a reason particular reason as to why I shouldn't use a toolkit?
16th February 2014, 07:03 AM   |  #6  
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Is there a reason particular reason as to why I shouldn't use a toolkit?

Reading comprehension gets to us all at some point, eh?





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Do yourself a favour and don`t use toolkits: learn to use adb/fastboot, rooting/flashing, recovery`s (sideload, push files) etc etc. Read the 4 top threads in the General section. Sooner or later you`re gona get into trouble with a toolkit and you will not be able to solve it bro



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