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The only thing I have to say about this root:

The display won't turn itself off automatically anymore, after the 30 seconds inactivity....

I have to turn it off manually.


Anyone else?



............ <-- I work with computers...........

Restarting solved the problem

Edit:

Well, after restarting it works a few minutes. But then it stays on again ....
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I haven't had any issues with the back light timer and I am on .402 also

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I know its a couple of extra steps but I would really recommend DooMLoRD's method over towelroot.

I went through the process last night, and made a small write up (mostly for myself as a reference later) for anyone that's interested.

EDIT: The reason I prefer this method is that you get your TA partition and DRM keys backed up as well as a custom recovery for fun later.

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Really can't agree with this.
A lot of users, including me, can't use generic or other region fw because of baseband problems.
For example - I can't use 4g on any other 402 except my region fw.

Also, backup TA and installing recovery is something very trivial and easy that I won't even comment that part.





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Originally Posted by derLoki View Post
The only thing I have to say about this root:

The display won't turn itself off automatically anymore, after the 30 seconds inactivity....

I have to turn it off manually.


Anyone else?



............ <-- I work with computers...........

Restarting solved the problem

Edit:

Well, after restarting it works a few minutes. But then it stays on again ....
Maybe you have smart backlight control enabled?


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