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Restoring to stock.

23rd April 2014, 09:13 PM |#11  
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Yes, but as an fyi, there is no direct root method for nb1. So if you're looking for root you might want to consider mk2

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thanks for saving me there...yup i do want root
 
 
23rd April 2014, 09:19 PM |#12  
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[quote name="jd1639" post=52139040]Yes, but as an fyi, there is no direct root method for nb1. So if you're looking for root you might want to consider mk2

Sent from my Nexus 5

thanks for saving me there...yup i do want root[/QUOTE]
Then you're going to want this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=49687770
Use saferoot to root. You can Google it

Edit, look in the general forum and read up on mk2 and nb1. You can get a rooted nb1 rom on your phone with safestrap. But do some homework before you decide doing it.

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