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5th June 2015, 03:12 PM |#21  
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Flashing a developer version

Ideally I want to flash a lollipop rom and therefore need custom recovery installed - Do I have to root in the first instance, to do that ?

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5th June 2015, 03:15 PM |#22  
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Ideally I want to flash a lollipop rom and therefore need custom recovery installed - Do I have to root in the first instance, to do that ?

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No, only flash the new recovery, and then the rom that you want, follow the installation instructions of each rom.
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5th June 2015, 03:20 PM |#23  
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@carmos Fine so I don't need to be rooted at all ?

Does flashing SuperSU give root access ?

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5th June 2015, 03:26 PM |#24  
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@carmos Fine so I don't need to be rooted at all ?

Does flashing SuperSU give root access ?

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You must flashing superSU depending the rom, some roms, are prerooted and is not necessary,
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@carmos I always thought that to install a custom recovery & custom rom you needed to be rooted in the first place. If I'm correct when you flash a rom, if it comes with supersu - then you are pre rooted, as you said above.

Whereas some roms require you to flash supersu alongside the rom you want - and this will therefore root your device.

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