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Yeh currently there is no way to root .285 at least none that I have found.

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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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