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Is there a way to UNROOT

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scroll down to number four. unless you just want to remove the su binary then check somewhere in supersu but that seems pointless to me.

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Hi guys. I rooted with the iO and got my recovery set up with the Rec app. I'm on the newest update (the one ending in K factory shipped.) When I'm stock rooted with my recovery I dont have any problems with my data but when I flash a custom rom my data doesnt work at all, even if I modify the APN. Can someone please help?
 
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Had anyone tried this after taking the 6-12 ota" u" update?

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Tried rooting? Yeah, the ioroot25r1 method worked for me. I used the 'adb sideload kk_root.zip' method.

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After you took yesterday's OTA update? Or were you rooted before?

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I flashed back to D800-20c using the TOT file and LGFlashtool... updated to 20u... and then finally rooted using the adb sideload method in ioroot25.

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I used the towelroot apk for root which worked immediately then I used rom manager to flash clockwork recovery, it may of taken all of 2 minutes. Was a very easy process
 
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I used the towelroot apk for root which worked immediately then I used rom manager to flash clockwork recovery, it may of taken all of 2 minutes. Was a very easy process
When you do it that way do you get the LOKI script?

I believe I farkled my system when I flashed PhilZ recovery.img using Flashify.
 
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I don't believe so, I had to revert back to stock because I messed something up along the way. I did end up using ioroot and phillz recovery and it wouldn't let me flash gummy ROM. It did let me flash cm11 tho so im going to try that for a while
 
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I used the towelroot apk for root which worked immediately then I used rom manager to flash clockwork recovery, it may of taken all of 2 minutes. Was a very easy process
So new to the ATT version of the G2... so using towelroot you can flash a custom recovery?

My understanding was that all att phones had locked bootloaders
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Somewhere along the way I messed something up and had to revert back to stock. I know the towelroot app rooted my phone for sure but I don't know about the recovery.

I'm use to Samsung phones so this lg G2 is all new to me. I had more problems getting this set up then any other phone I've done before. I like the phone but getting where I wanted to be was a pita

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