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21st April 2014, 09:31 PM   |  #11  
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twrp 2702 from official site is newer that the 2704 unofficial. grab img from official site
fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
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IF all your wanting to do is flash roms then no need for s-off...if just learning and are leary of a brick stay safe with s-on....Theres always a chance when messing with partitions that are locked with s-on
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S-Off is good for preventing brick in some situations, of course people still manage to brick their phones with s off, but to achieve S-Off you have to be familiar with adb and fastboot commands. If you required the toolkit for root, ie you do not know how to use adb and fastboot commands, I wouldn't recommend doing it until you are familiar with that. There are several guides, take some time to read and you should have a good start.

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My phone is rooted.
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My phone is rooted.

Did the posts here make that possible? I know I wouldn't be rooted right now without their help.

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