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[SOLVED] R800at Root Questions

17th April 2012, 04:33 AM |#11  
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Yeh currently there is no way to root .285 at least none that I have found.

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Originally Posted by brock029

Figured it out on my own!!! For any one else who may experience this problem it was easy.

1. Download flashtools
2. Download the .270 build http://www.mediafire.com/?s7vr35v675kqomx http://www.mediafire.com/?s7vr35v675kqomx
3. Flash the older build
4. Use flashtools to root
5. Update back to .285

I lied...when I updated back to .285 it lost root...guess ill be starting over!

what happened to your root process on the att phone? i have the same phone and specs but i can't figure how to root this phone. keeps freezing during the process. help!
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