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does "usb debugging" is enabled in 4ext? i can't boot up my device and usb debuggin is not turned on in setting. I only have the 4ext recovery mod.
 
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does "usb debugging" is enabled in 4ext? i can't boot up my device and usb debuggin is not turned on in setting. I only have the 4ext recovery mod.
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i think 4ext it better has more options and its touch recovery that is more easy
 
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That's right. I tried it and it's work charming. It helped me a lot. +1 for 4EXT!
 
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Yhey are both great. Cw has less features and its simplier than ext4. But ext4 has touch alternative
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