Thanks Meter 54
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Blue Springs, MO
Originally Posted by Newbie_from_NJ
Excuse my ignorance, but is that a yes to being nand unlock and S-OFF?
On my current HTC I had to use my Linux laptop to downgrade the bootloader, then purposely bricked the device (momentarily) just to obtain S-OFF!
Is it really this simple with Samsung??
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Yeah, I think it is. I'm an LTEvo owner and have to maintain my wife's Note2. It appears flashing ROMS, radios (modems), and kernels seems pretty dang easy.
I had her rooted, using wifi tether in no time.