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By TechGirl90, Guest on 8th May 2014, 05:37 PM
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Hello everyone, I'm a new member to this site, and I've heard that this site is where i can go to get some answers to problems, that being said, i was hoping y'all can help me with a problem I'm having with my phone.

So I rooted my Sprint LG G2 phone (this is the first time I've ever rooted a phone), then i went to remove some unwanted apps off the phone, then I thought to test and see if I can go back to stock, and without even thinking about the removed apps that i could've restored, I did a factory reset on my phone, it boots up, and I'm still rooted, and the apps that I removed did not come back, so I went to this app call "superSU" and did a full unroot, after that, I restarted my phone, and I still notice that I have root apps installed like "G2 Xsposed, Xposed Installer, Unistall, and Root Browser, so I opened up "Root Checker", it says my device does not have root access, yet I still have G2 Xposed, as well as other root apps I have, so I'm hoping that I can get the apps that came with the phone back (apps like "Clock Widget, Weather Wiget, Music Wiget, Music, SVI settings"), and go back to when I first bought this phone. Is there any simple method I can do to fix these problems with y'all help, I would really appreiate it.

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8th May 2014, 05:39 PM |#2  
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Hello everyone, I'm a new member to this site, and I've heard that this site is where i can go to get some answers to problems, that being said, i was hoping y'all can help me with a problem I'm having with my phone.

So I rooted my Sprint LG G2 phone (this is the first time I've ever rooted a phone), then i went to remove some unwanted apps off the phone, then I thought to test and see if I can go back to stock, and without even thinking about the removed apps that i could've restored, I did a factory reset on my phone, it boots up, and I'm still rooted, and the apps that I removed did not come back, so I went to this app call "superSU" and did a full unroot, after that, I restarted my phone, and I still notice that I have root apps installed like "G2 Xsposed, Xposed Installer, Unistall, and Root Browser, so I opened up "Root Checker", it says my device does not have root access, yet I still have G2 Xposed, as well as other root apps I have, so I'm hoping that I can get the apps that came with the phone back (apps like "Clock Widget, Weather Wiget, Music Wiget, Music, SVI settings"), and go back to when I first bought this phone. Is there any simple method I can do to fix these problems with y'all help, I would really appreiate it.

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your going to want to .tot back to factory if you want those back.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2702422
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your going to want to .tot back to factory if you want those back.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2702422

Thank you, I'll check it out
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Thank you, I'll check it out

its is very simple just make sure to read the forum and follow the directions carefully, i have done this process about 20 times now and it becomes a breeze
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its is very simple just make sure to read the forum and follow the directions carefully, i have done this process about 20 times now and it becomes a breeze

Ok
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its is very simple just make sure to read the forum and follow the directions carefully, i have done this process about 20 times now and it becomes a breeze

IT WORKED!!!!!, THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!!!!!, I was getting worried.
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IT WORKED!!!!!, THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!!!!!, I was getting worried.


NP, use titanium backup to make backups of your system apps before you remove them
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NP, use titanium backup to make backups of your system apps before you remove them

Ok, how do you use that app?, and just in case if I want to root my phone again, what would be the smartest and at the same time the most simple way to do this so that I dont make these mistakes again?
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Ok, how do you use that app?, and just in case if I want to root my phone again, what would be the smartest and at the same time the most simple way to do this so that I dont make these mistakes again?

Ioroot25 will root it.

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May I have a link to instruct me on how to use Ioroot25?

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2522346 =ioroot25


titanium backup is gravy just open it give it root permissions and than you can go to the backup/restore tab and do either of those per app.
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