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[Tool] RootME - Root your Nexus Device [Beta]

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8th March 2014, 04:30 PM   |  #1  
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RootME for Nexus Devices




RootME is a root program as the name suggests with your all Nexus devices can rooting. For example: Google Nexus 4/5/7/2013 and all Galaxy Nexus devices

Easy to Root.

Restore your Device?
Check this Thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2678394


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  • Net Framework 4.0 "Here"

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8th March 2014, 07:13 PM   |  #2  
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Nice to see you back in action. Hope everything is well now.
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Originally Posted by Cryten

RootME for Nexus Devices




RootME is a root program as the name suggests with your all Nexus devices can rooting. For example: Google Nexus 4/5/7/2013 and all Galaxy Nexus devices

Easy to Root.


Requirements:

  • Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1
  • Net Framework 4.0 "Here"

Download:

[URL="http://crymedia.de/?cry=downloads"]http://crymedia.de/?cry=downloads


You have a problem? reply here or use Contact



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Worked flawlessly once I installed universal naked drivers. Thanks so much just got my nexus 7 today and away I go. Great work.
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Another great tool Cryten

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Simple and Easy
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@Cryten will rooting it unlock the bootloader?
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@Cryten will rooting it unlock the bootloader?

In these days, we don't need a PC to root and flash a custom recovery anymore usign a PC. If you root using TowelRoot , then you don't need to unlock the bootloader. Also you can use [ROOT] Rashr - Flash Tool , you can flash a custom recovery from it.

But I suggest that you unlock the bootloader because as far as I know, you need it unlocked to flash stock factory image (return to stock ROM, kernel, recovery, etc).

So unlock the bootloader first when you are on stock (everything on the device including photos, music, personal files , will be deleted) and Root using TowelRoot, flash TWRP recovery using Rashr and when you go back to stock, after you flash the stock factory image, all you need to do is lock the bootloader using a PC (just if you need to take the device for warranty)

or

Leave it locked, root using TowelRoot, flash TWRP recovery using Rashr and when you want to go back to stock, you can then unlock the bootloader (everything on the device will be deleted) , flash the factory image using the PC and then lock the bootloader (just if you need to take the device for warranty)
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In these days, we don't need a PC to root and flash a custom recovery anymore usign a PC. If you root using TowelRoot , then you don't need to unlock the bootloader. Also you can use [ROOT] Rashr - Flash Tool , you can flash a custom recovery from it.

But I suggest that you unlock the bootloader because as far as I know, you need it unlocked to flash stock factory image (return to stock ROM, kernel, recovery, etc).

So unlock the bootloader first when you are on stock (everything on the device including photos, music, personal files , will be deleted) and Root using TowelRoot, flash TWRP recovery using Rashr and when you go back to stock, after you flash the stock factory image, all you need to do is lock the bootloader using a PC (just if you need to take the device for warranty)

or

Leave it locked, root using TowelRoot, flash TWRP recovery using Rashr and when you want to go back to stock, you can then unlock the bootloader (everything on the device will be deleted) , flash the factory image using the PC and then lock the bootloader (just if you need to take the device for warranty)

That's not even my question I just asked do we have to unlock the bootloader using THIS method
11th August 2014, 08:19 PM   |  #9  
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That's not even my question I just asked do we have to unlock the bootloader using THIS method

In this case: my bad
14th August 2014, 10:39 PM   |  #10  
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@Cryten will rooting it unlock the bootloader?

Rooting will not lock the bootloader. There is an app from the playstore that u can use for that, and it doesn't delete data...

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