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8th June 2014, 03:57 AM   |  #11  
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They don't even have a custom recovery yet....baby steps ....dev will pick up when the us versions release

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Someone is offering me $500 for my s5 right now as of this moment, he Gave me a week.... Would you do it?

Thanks in advance, any feed back is appreciated... Only reason I held back is because I don't know how strong development will on g3, so I told him to give me a week.

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Someone is offering me $500 for my s5 right now as of this moment, he Gave me a week.... Would you do it?

Thanks in advance, any feed back is appreciated... Only reason I held back is because I don't know how strong development will on g3, so I told him to give me a week.

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I'd sell the lag machine and get the G3.

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8th June 2014, 07:48 AM   |  #13  
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I'd sell the lag machine and get the G3.

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Just scared they soft have root for the USA T-Mobile version... 😣

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8th June 2014, 08:59 PM   |  #14  
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Just scared they soft have root for the USA T-Mobile version... 😣

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as long as t-mo doesn't pull the stunt they did with g2 then you would be able to root g3 on t-mo
So on the g2 t-mo released there variant on 10c we had easy root access and it was easily exploitable for loki usage; fast forward about 8 months to the killer kitkat update for the g2 it took the devs exactly 6 days to figure out a workaround to use loki but 13 days total because we needed the source from lg(they slowed us down), fast forward to late April early May the ls980 finally got kitkat and autoprime(awesome dev) figured out a way to root using the stock recovery and shared it with the community and suddeny there were a lot of reports that the d801 t-mo variant was not being rooted, that there devices were being wiped and it turns out that for some reason t-mo removed access to the stock recovery, it was still there but it was only there for the factory reset option and so root was not and still is not possible on the t-mo g2 all the t-mo users need to downgrade to 4.2 root and either update to kk and hope root survives for those without supersu pro that had survival mode or downgrade to 4.2 root/custom recovery and then install a flashable 4.4 rom for there variants
so if you read my mini rant I suggest you wait until after the g3 is released on t-mo and we have more available information
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