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  • About ianneo
    Service provider
    Australia - Optus
    Somewhere in this universe
    High on Android *le gasm*
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    OnePlus One 64GB Sandstone Black - Rooted, crDroid ROM
    Asus MeMo Pad HD7 16gb - Stock & Rooted

    Galaxy Mega 6.3 GT-i9200 - SOLD
    Galaxy S2 GT-i9100T - SOLD
    iPhone 4 32gb - SOLD
    Nokia Lumia 610 - RETIRED
    Blackberry 9810 - RETRIED
    Nokia E63 - RETIRED

    Nexus 7 2012 32gb WiFi- PSX ROM - DEAD
  • Devices
    Samsung Galaxy Mega


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  • Join Date: 17th September 2012
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3 Screenies http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/06/01/4avaby2y.jpg http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/06/01/edu4evyj.jpg Sent from my GT-I9200 using Tapatalk ---------- Post added at 08:17 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:17 AM ---------- More http://im...
1 I would like to add that do not unroot and update to the new firmware. You will gain knox and it is a right pain. If you want to keep root access and custom recovery (as of writing this, there is no recovery for the AT&T variant), STAY ON JELLY BE...
1 Be patient. It takes a while for root to be available for a new firmware. Sent from my GT-I9200 using Tapatalk
1 Anyone know of how to calibrate the touch screen? Sent from my SGH-M819N using XDA Premium 4 mobile app Well you should go into Samsung diagnostics to see if you need calibration :P. Go into your dialer and press *#0*# Sent from my GT-I9200 usi...
1 Technically there are but do it at your own risk. People flash stuff from i92xxx but it is very risky especially if you have KNOX on your device. Be careful when doing this. I strongly reccomend you leave everything completely stock. Sent from m...