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[Q] HTC ONE SV ROOT issue

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22nd August 2014, 09:59 PM   |  #1  
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I recently got twrp and root on my phone. at least it SAYS that I am rooted, but I am still unable to uninstall system apps that are unwanted. I am able to get into recovery and installed SU through the recovery. Says that installation of SU was successful so I went and fixed permissions. but still no love on getting rid of all this bloatware. any help would be greatly appreciated.
22nd August 2014, 10:12 PM   |  #2  
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System has a write protection. You can skip this with S-off or a modded kernel.
But i'm not sure if there is a kernel that does the job for cricket One SV.
So S-off is your best solution.
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System has a write protection. You can skip this with S-off or a modded kernel.
But i'm not sure if there is a kernel that does the job for cricket One SV.
So S-off is your best solution.

call me stupid, but how to go S-OFF? im still fairly new to modding and flashing. thanks for the info!
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Depends on your software version.
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I am running 4.2.2
software # 3.05.1050.101
23rd August 2014, 12:07 AM   |  #6  
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Then go with http://rumrunner.us (universal version)
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Then go with http://rumrunner.us (universal version)

Is this only for cricket version or can I run this with k2ul as well?

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Universal version works on k2ul.

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