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[Q] Should I use the MK1 recovery to flash

5th January 2014, 09:11 PM |#1  
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I am currently on the MK1 build. In the P600 CF-Auto root thread, as I understand two files needed, One is for the root which is autorootp600mj4.tar.md5 and the other is for recovery which is the stock mj4 recovery, Okay all that being said. Now the question. Can I flash autoroot600mj4.tar.md5 for root, but instead of using the stock mj4 recovery, can I flash the stock mk1 recovery that was post in the P600 CF-Auto root thread. (Refer to Post #144)

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7th January 2014, 11:18 AM |#2  
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it could make sens. who got an answer for us please?
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it could make sens. who got an answer for us please?


Amen!!
7th January 2014, 01:39 PM |#4  
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I am currently on the MK1 build. In the P600 CF-Auto root thread, as I understand two files needed, One is for the root which is autorootp600mj4.tar.md5 and the other is for recovery which is the stock mj4 recovery, Okay all that being said. Now the question. Can I flash autoroot600mj4.tar.md5 for root, but instead of using the stock mj4 recovery, can I flash the stock mk1 recovery that was post in the P600 CF-Auto root thread. (Refer to Post #144)

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yes you can
7th January 2014, 01:44 PM |#5  
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7th January 2014, 10:31 PM |#6  
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One other question please, If rooting is so great, why are there so many post requesting help because their device is not booting, in a bootloop or some other problems.. I really would like to root., but am not sure that some of these problems others have would happen to me. Convince me I should root. Not concern about Knox, (that horse has been beaten in the head enough) or the warranty.
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One other question please, If rooting is so great, why are there so many post requesting help because their device is not booting, in a bootloop or some other problems.. I really would like to root., but am not sure that some of these problems others have would happen to me. Convince me I should root. Not concern about Knox, (that horse has been beaten in the head enough) or the warranty.
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One other question please, If rooting is so great, why are there so many post requesting help because their device is not booting, in a bootloop or some other problems.. I really would like to root., but am not sure that some of these problems others have would happen to me. Convince me I should root. Not concern about Knox, (that horse has been beaten in the head enough) or the warranty.

Rooting has nothing to do with boot looping issues you are referring to, these were TWRP problems .
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