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By maiguel5, Junior Member on 9th February 2014, 05:42 PM
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16th February 2014, 03:38 PM |#11  
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Can I downgrade yo 4.1.1 and unlock the bootloader? I did not knew this patched

No. This is why you wait and read before ANY OTA or RUU

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16th February 2014, 04:27 PM |#12  
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No. This is why you wait and read before ANY OTA or RUU

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Any idea or suggestion to unlock the hotspot. I just need the hotspot unlocked I don't need to be root or superiser. I just need the hotspot unlocked, I have tried with Foxfi but it just allow to tether by usb. Any idea for this? Thank you
16th February 2014, 04:42 PM |#13  
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No you can't without unlocking the unlocking the bootloader and rooting. It's a fairly well established (and discussed) fact that official updates patch root exploits, that's why it pays to research before doing something like that.

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16th February 2014, 05:49 PM |#14  
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No you can't without unlocking the unlocking the bootloader and rooting. It's a fairly well established (and discussed) fact that official updates patch root exploits, that's why it pays to research before doing something like that.

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Well I am just a normal phone user. I am not that expert on android facts. I did not know about this. So I have to wait to a coming solutions for this 4.2.2? Thanks
16th February 2014, 07:20 PM |#15  
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Well I am just a normal phone user. I am not that expert on android facts. I did not know about this. So I have to wait to a coming solutions for this 4.2.2? Thanks

If a dev has interest trying, he will find a way. But the thing is, most devs won't have interest. So sit tight and maybe send a bounty

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17th February 2014, 12:20 PM |#16  
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If a dev has interest trying, he will find a way. But the thing is, most devs won't have interest. So sit tight and maybe send a bounty

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I am not expert on this. Where can I send or contact a dev? Thanks you
17th February 2014, 12:37 PM |#17  
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I am not expert on this. Where can I send or contact a dev? Thanks you

You can't. If a dev wants to do it he will do it without any need for encouragement.

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17th February 2014, 04:09 PM |#18  
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Can I downgrade yo 4.1.1 and unlock the bootloader? I did not knew this patched

When its answered on here there is no method to unlock the bootloader, this includes downgrading. If there was a downgrade method, you would have been directed to that. Downgrading is not allowed on Android without root.

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Well I am just a normal phone user. I am not that expert on android facts. I did not know about this.

By buying a phone from a source other than your carrier, and also asking to mod the phone to work beyond its intended features (even though WiFi hotspot is intended to work on just about any carrier version except AT&T) you put yourself out of the category of "normal phone user" and it also means you have to do the proper research. Not knowing is no excuse.
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