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16th January 2014, 10:39 PM |#11  
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I successfully unrooted 532 by simply going into SuperSU and choosing to uninstall through there.

Not sure if the same applies to .290 - but I can't imagine why it wouldn't?

Thats true, I forgot about the SU app letting you un root via it, its pretty cool :P is that really worth a video though? haha


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16th January 2014, 10:43 PM |#12  
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Thats true, I forgot about the SU app letting you un root via it, its pretty cool :P is that really worth a video though? haha


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I think that's pretty straightforward - unless you get bored and want an additional video to add to the collection. lol.

I've been following the methods posted in the Locked BL rooted 290 thread - just not familiar with flashing to the extent I'd like which is why I was hoping for a video that goes through the process step-by-step from rooting .532, to installing recovery, to all the flashing and ultimately to having a fully working pre-rooted .290 ROM without any boot loops or booting issues.

You could technically start from the downgrading from .290 part if you wanted to make it a complete overview - but I think most people are able to downgrade from .290 to .532 without a problem - the complications arise when trying to go back to a rooted .290
16th January 2014, 10:51 PM |#13  
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I think that's pretty straightforward - unless you get bored and want an additional video to add to the collection. lol.

I've been following the methods posted in the Locked BL rooted 290 thread - just not familiar with flashing to the extent I'd like which is why I was hoping for a video that goes through the process step-by-step from rooting .532, to installing recovery, to all the flashing and ultimately to having a fully working pre-rooted .290 ROM without any boot loops or booting issues.

You could technically start from the downgrading from .290 part if you wanted to make it a complete overview - but I think most people are able to downgrade from .290 to .532 without a problem - the complications arise when trying to go back to a rooted .290


I dont see why sony make it so hard. I had a galaxy S3 beforehand, a nexus 4 and even my older LG 2X just plugged into a computer, USB debugging and a piece of software and that was it
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