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By Wolter91, Junior Member on 23rd April 2014, 12:35 AM
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23rd April 2014, 05:42 PM |#11  
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Ohh...my bad....you are the winner. Happy? Still not the method but an OPTION.

Grow up please, i'm not here to debate with you about what is the best method/option for rooting the phone, you said a wrong thing i've corrected it so don't react like a kid.
Also when you follow exactly the [NUT]'s method the root is included and it's the safe way to root your phone. I don't focus on my personal opinion, i focus on the best option, the [NUT]'s method is the best option.
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23rd April 2014, 06:22 PM |#12  
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Grow up please, i'm not here to debate with you about what is the best method/option for rooting the phone, you said a wrong thing i've corrected it so don't react like a kid.
Also when you follow exactly the [NUT]'s method the root is included and it's the safe way to root your phone. I don't focus on my personal opinion, i focus on the best option, the [NUT]'s method is the best option.

You know the funny thing, Contributors, Developers recommended to me to root with Bin4ry and never mentioned about that, funny..huh? ..and here you come.
23rd April 2014, 07:03 PM |#13  
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You know the funny thing, Contributors, Developers recommended to me to root with Bin4ry and never mentioned about that, funny..huh? ..and here you come.

Probably because I used to recommend Bin4rys method until [NUT] implemented this into his Dual Recovery script.
Now I recommend doing it by dual recovery because using bin4rys method is obsolete now and is an extra step that is not needed.

@eclyptos, there is no two ways about it, advising rooting by bin4ry then installing dual recovery is overkill and not needed, again, its all about learning what these individual processes do to your phone and not what the end product is...

You could recommend leaving it on charge for 24 hours before each step to make sure its at least 50% charged. It does not mean its a wrong instruction, just that's its not needed.
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