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Question Re-Root After AT&T OTA Update MJ5

Is there anyway I can re-root my device? I was originally rooted with Root De La Vega and did not freeze AT&T software update nor do the SU survival mode when I applied the new OTA update. Currently, I am "Custom" with "0x0" unrooted.
 
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Is there anyway I can re-root my device? I was originally rooted with Root De La Vega and did not freeze AT&T software update nor do the SU survival mode when I applied the new OTA update. Currently, I am "Custom" with "0x0" unrooted.
This is all over the forum, you can just use Kingo re-root, there is another way as well where you dont have to use Kingo root keeper or something like that.

im not sure, but a quick search will bring all your options for you to chose from.
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This is all over the forum, you can just use Kingo re-root, there is another way as well where you dont have to use Kingo root keeper or something like that.

im not sure, but a quick search will bring all your options for you to chose from.
I tried using Kingo 1.1.5 app but the result is "ROOT Failed - NotSupport" during the rooting process Downloading requisite default files...


Root was successful after -
1. Disable Lookout
2. Disable Security policy updates
3. Disable Verify Apps
4. Turned on USB Debugging

Stayed in Normal Mode
Kingo Recognized the device
Started the Root process
SuperSU was disabled - Enabled via Playstore

Root Verified
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