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[Q] K1 rooted 14_14 ROM

27th February 2012, 08:58 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by prfstrkr

Thank you so much! I am finally rooted with 14_14 with all the bloatware removed

Welcome, glad you like it.

P.S. I should have an update ready in a couple of days....... and this one is a BIG update
28th February 2012, 01:05 AM |#12  
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I'm glad I remembered to check back on my thread!
I'll be a rooting tomorrow morning

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28th February 2012, 03:39 AM |#13  
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omg ... plz tell me it's ICS

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28th February 2012, 04:17 AM |#14  
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Originally Posted by khanning88

Welcome, glad you like it.

P.S. I should have an update ready in a couple of days....... and this one is a BIG update

Thank you so much, khanning, for all of your efforts. As I mentioned in this thread , your CWM firmware is the only effective workaround at the moment for those of us whose K1's are inexplicably locking up with "unrecoverable bootloader" errors to get onto the latest firmware.

We still aren't completely out of the woods though. In post 44 of your rootzwiki thread and post 47 , the users kennethrkennedy and aig787 both confirm that the "unrecoverable bootloader error" can still come back with updates, even through your CWM recovery. With your Alpha3 and your update, you managed to avoid updating whatever it is that causes the "unrecoverable bootloader error." This is my long rambling plea that, whatever you did there, you will continue to do for the latest update you are working on, so that those of us with these K1's that are prone to the "unrecoverable bootloader errors" can join the fun too. Thanks!
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