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2 Change something that requires root. Like use xposed and change a few things. Then power down. Power up and see if the changes are still there. Not saying you're fibbing. Lol. I'm saying if you found a way to disable write protection...
2 Easy way to fix that
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1 the method needs to be redone every time you reboot. or you need to check the option to root on reboot. this is not a permanent root method. ---------- Post added at 11:05 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:04 PM ---------- you can get PIE ...
1 For people having issues. Run pie once. Reboot and then use towelroot. Don't hotboot before running towelroot. Do a full reboot. Once you change the 0 to a 1 don't press anything else on the keyboard. Just hit "make it rain" John, read the post...