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bugmanmd
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(Last edited by bugmanmd; 13th December 2013 at 02:54 AM.)
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Default worked for me

one more vote for VRoot. Have Build I545 VRUEMJ7
worked fine for me. It's only been 5 days. Will certainly report back here if I can detect any problems, but none are evident.
 
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Okay guys,
Just letting you know, I used kingo to root my MI1 and it worked like a charm
 
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Isn't kingo banned also for similar reasons? I used vroot once and think I might have gotten a root kit on my pc so I wiped and reinstalled windows to be safe. Won't be using it again. Root kit may have been their before but I'm not taking any chances

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...................I used vroot once and think I might have gotten a root kit on my pc ..................................
Do you recall what you found, software used to find it, how long ago? Details might be helpful to others.
Samsung Galaxy S4

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I used malwarebytes anti-rootkit can't remember what it found and like I said not sure if it was from vroot or not but didn't want to take any chances.

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