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Root Sony Xperia C using Eroot_V1.3.4_P6

26th July 2014, 06:42 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by scorpii2310

i'm just a noob bro
btw, i don't mean to talk about your rooting method...
it's cool to have various rooting method, so others can choose which method that they think easy to root our device
keep share bro... and sorry if my post annoying you..

for me its ok...we all here have to work together and help one to use and benefit us all ..
 
 
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Originally Posted by Razalie81

there other method to Root Your Smartphones other than framaroot and Sony Xperia C Root.exe ..!

So, why not use Eroot_V1.3.4_P6 ...?

I have tried using my xperia c to use Eroot to root xperia c ..,, fruitful and successful in Smartphones now I have superuser ..

if you want to try it .. but I can not be responsible if there is any damage ..

but I really have to try it once and I own a successful outcome of risk-taking and Smartphones I have no problem especially Xperia C2305
if you want to try you can download below.............


Download link: http://d-h.st/pHA


if you have been successful ... I did not ask for anything big just a thank you for the time and click my thanks too..ok


But "FRAMAROOT" is the easiest way to Root you Android Device
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