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[Q] Jellybean or Kitkat?

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30th May 2014, 05:40 AM   |  #11  
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N I was thinking about the other issue that I faced N it's with the external Sd card,
I can't move or delete anything from the sd card with es file Explorer
Anybody else having any issue with external Sd card?

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I had some issues like that on stock rooted. Solution was this.
30th May 2014, 07:04 AM   |  #12  
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I had some issues like that on stock rooted. Solution was this.

Uffo now I really have to root the phone ha

All these Google apps are weird ;/ I disabled them N phone is overheating like hell :/

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will go back to JB and compare again which is good.
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will go back to JB and compare again which is good.

I've been thinking about that only
If it's possible to downgrade without voiding warranty N rooting

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I've been thinking about that only
If it's possible to downgrade without voiding warranty N rooting

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Yes u can downgrade and it would not void your warranty

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Yes u can downgrade and it would not void your warranty

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Aha I'm trying to get the stuff but net is horrible

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