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[L7] Root Problem

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13th January 2014, 09:01 PM   |  #1  
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When i try to root my device i asks me for an encryption password...how can i find this password.
also tries to hard reset the device.
13th January 2014, 10:06 PM   |  #2  
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Are you rooting your phone with Framaroot? If not, click here. It's much easier and saves you a lot of time and trouble.
13th January 2014, 10:27 PM   |  #3  
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Are you rooting your phone with Framaroot? If not, click here. It's much easier and saves you a lot of time and trouble.

Soooo unlucky! Error #5 Only option is SuperSU. ( Framaroot-1.8.1.apk )

"All errors less or equal to 9 mean your device is not vulnerable."

Hope there is another method.
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Soooo unlucky! Error #5 Only option is SuperSU.

"All errors less or equal to 9 mean your device is not vulnerable."

Hope there is another method.

Try this method.
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Try this method.

The Easy Method requires the encrypted password...
Iam trying the hard method, and i have a question.
iam on step 3. does it matter is i install v20D instead of v10 ? because i want to install CM 11 After and it requires v20.
or i should download v10 and i can change to v20 later?
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The Easy Method requires the encrypted password...
Iam trying the hard method, and i have a question.
iam on step 3. does it matter is i install v20D instead of v10 ? because i want to install CM 11 After and it requires v20.
or i should download v10 and i can change to v20 later?

Yes, you can download V10 and change to V20 later but I highly recommend you to install V20. Otherwise you'll have to install V20 after you install V10 to get CM 11 working.
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