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2nd July 2014, 09:31 PM   |  #11  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2760912&page=7

Thanks, i didn't actually search Xda but used Google. My mistake haha
2nd July 2014, 09:54 PM   |  #12  
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Thanks, i didn't actually search Xda but used Google. My mistake haha

Its all good man, its like the 7th page of an unrelated thread. I only found it because I lurk too much, haha.
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So... Does anybody know what happend with this information?
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So... Does anybody know what happend with this information?

looks kinda hokey to me... ive found info on theunlockr's site talking about safestrap working, which is what ive used on all the verizon devices ive rooted that also have locked bootloaders. I have a GS3 thats currently ROMmed and rooted which has a locked bootloader, also a RAzR, a Bionic, Droid 3 (sold)... and.... thint might be it for locked bootloader devices. But i have quite the bevvy if Androids and have never run into such an issue. There is almost ALWAYS a workaround, such as safestrap. Read more guys, there is a solution

edit: there is an issue with flashing AOSP/AOKP ROMs with safestrap on some devices, but the RAzR is running SLIMKAT right this very moment, and its working perfectly fine. Seems to be an issue with access to a partition that i cant recall the name of offhand. Sorry, too much hands off time since i got my S5
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