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Root on Android 4.3 [Locked bootloader, but needs to be unlock-able]

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By Just2Cause, Senior Member on 10th January 2014, 05:21 PM
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13th January 2014, 04:55 PM |#11  
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Which rom it's exactly in the zip file? Stock?
 
 
13th January 2014, 07:26 PM |#12  
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Which rom it's exactly in the zip file? Stock?

Yes, Global stock.

But I removed some apps that I don't want/use (most of them are extensions for twitter and flickr and such things) and I added some apps.



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13th January 2014, 07:27 PM |#13  
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Root for locked bootloader but need to be unlock-able?!

If the BL is unlockable then it is useless to say it is for locked bootloader, if it's lock it's lock.
Once it is unlocked user can flash a pre rooted rom or kernel...
13th January 2014, 09:01 PM |#14  
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Root for locked bootloader but need to be unlock-able?!

If the BL is unlockable then it is useless to say it is for locked bootloader, if it's lock it's lock.
Once it is unlocked user can flash a pre rooted rom or kernel...

Can you try this for me? You'll find attached zip containing the file in the original post in page 1.

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In case if you're on 4.2 and you can OTA to 4.3 (and you have root) try to copy the file 99SuperSUDaemon to /system/etc/init.d and then reboot, uninstall dual recovery, update to 4.3 OTA and check if you have full root. If you DO have full root, then you can install XZDualRecovery again and enjoy android.

Edit: uploaded the file, unzip (NOTE: it's NOT a flashable zip!) and copy it to /system/etc/init.d and give it permissions rwsr-xr-x

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20th February 2014, 06:07 AM |#15  
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Works!

I don't have init.d folder but I gained full root as well as my bionz is intact....
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