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Default D2G 629 rooted...

Just checkek out rootzwiki and found that 629 has been able to be rooted.. have not try myself yet, will do after reach home tonight..

http://rootzwiki.com/topic/23207-stu...629check-this/

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One problem: how to DOWNGRADE to .608? As far as I know, that BRICKS D2G...

It's good news, but not explained enough (at least not for me - I need my D2G, I'm not messin' with this, yet).
 
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He said he tested on locked bl device

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He said he tested on locked bl device

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It would be nice to see if it works for someone. Its a big risk to flash it since he has only one post.
 
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yeah i am wondering the samething I also dont understand his first step, if that could be explained I would gladly be the guinea pig
 
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I tryed it on mi D2G briked phone but don't work!!.. always the same error!!
I hope for a good news!!!
 
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It's for root the device but not unbrick

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It would be nice to see if it works for someone. Its a big risk to flash it since he has only one post.
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One problem: how to DOWNGRADE to .608? As far as I know, that BRICKS D2G...

It's good news, but not explained enough (at least not for me - I need my D2G, I'm not messin' with this, yet).
Please see here
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1592154


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I tryed it on mi D2G briked phone but don't work!!.. always the same error!!
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Unbrick your phone before root

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Cleaning up development section. Since you aren't releasing a method or how to improve moving to General

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