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    “If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bull****.” ― W.C. Fields

    Sony Xperia Z Ultra - Stock Rom - Rooted

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    Nexus 5 - Purity Rom 4.4.3
    Nexus 7 - Purity Rom 4.4.2
    Huawei Ascend Mate - B221 - Rooted -> [Rooting Guide] and [ROM] Huawei Ascend Mate Stock Roms

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7 So guys, since it is getting really messy again a try from me to simplify and stramline things.... I present you THE STOCK HUAWEI ASCEND MATE ROM Tread/ Section B221 Android Version 4.1.2 Current General Release from Huawei for the Intern...
6 Hi Folks, we at the Recieved my Huawei Ascend Mate Threat thought of make it easier for future or new HAM users to root their phone. For that i reread the whole Threat and extracted the various mentioned rooting options. IMPORTANT! Rooting w...
5 Well, it seems OTA for B905 wont come earlier. If u mean for int/global rom, i dont think so, for what i read in the chinese b905 that was release last week was in a final beta release or so. And seems they also got it not from ita but from the we...
4 Hi I am having serious problems with this device. I have it on vodafone uk and it was originally running firmware b105 so it was a bit out of date.It was all working ok on b105 but now having tried b221 and b212 once its upgraded I keep getting th...
2 I don't want to sound like I'm passing off the possibility of errors on my part, I make mistakes just like anyone else - the colour issues on V1 were an example of a flaw I created. However, there is actually very little to "go wrong" with a boot ...