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[GUIDE] How to Root any Android Device (No Computer)

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2nd November 2014, 03:53 AM   |  #11  
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Don't Understand a GD thing your posting!!!
SORRY!!! But I only understand that if I proceed that I lose my warranty on the piece of crap Galaxy S4!
Is that correct???
Please advise !!!
2nd November 2014, 05:25 AM   |  #12  
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Another FAILED ROOTING Scheme!!!
Your key root master (Mod) trick didn't work!
AT&T R real Bastards & have my S4 locked up to the hilt with tons of Bloat pop-ups eating my battery & heating up my phone.
Here's my solution:
Hacksaw the GD phone in half & send it back to AT&T demanding a full refund !
What say U ? Please Advise.
3rd November 2014, 11:54 AM   |  #13  
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Sorry but I am closing this thread because the rooting app has been removed from the play store. There are variety of reasons why this may have been done and most of them suggest that this is not the safest rooting method to try.

Please be really careful about downloading rooting apps from sources that you do not trust because rooting apps have been targeted by malware developors, just think about it...they have access to your just rooted device!
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