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AT&T update Note 3

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14th November 2013, 01:57 AM   |  #131  
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I am on RLDV and went ahead and updated by changing supersu.

Still rooted and working fine.

I do not really notice a big difference from the update. The keyboard looks different, but it does not look blue to me.
14th November 2013, 01:57 AM   |  #132  
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Someone please explain the reason we cannot odin mi9 if we allow mj5 update?
14th November 2013, 02:32 AM   |  #133  
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The keyboard is weird to me now haha, going to have to get used to it. I've noticed it's quite a bit faster though. Seems so far like a good update, except those who are rooted.

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14th November 2013, 02:37 AM   |  #134  
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LoL. I dont hate it all the way. Just mad about At&t. The GPS. And the Cowboys loss had me a little more angry.
I kinda overreacted the other day. Then the update came out and the phone seems to be a little better. I'm about to hit the road so I can test the GPS some more. We shall see if it is better. I was reading somewhere that a lot of devices were having dropped signals. Maybe global warming or something with the satellites.?.?////....Still, go look at the T-Mobile Note 3 Development Thread and then come back here to ours. What do you think? Very disappointing. Dont know if we will ever have it unlocked. (Bootloader)

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You need to start over (Just my opinion)
Flash back to stock with ONECLICKBIN.EXE
>>http://www.androidrootz.com/2013/10/...xy-note-3.html
Then update your phone to latest update
Then download new updated Kingo Root and Root your phone.
Then Install all your xposed stuff.
Profit !!!

Where is the updated Kingo Root. I am having issues finding it. Sorry and thanks!
14th November 2013, 02:39 AM   |  #135  
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Where is the updated Kingo Root. I am having issues finding it. Sorry and thanks!

They have a website

http://www.kingoapp.com

Just follow the instructions on their installer and you should be fine

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14th November 2013, 02:40 AM   |  #136  
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They have a website

http://www.kingoapp.com

Just follow the instructions on their installer and you should be fine

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Thanks!
14th November 2013, 02:44 AM   |  #137  
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I'll be honest, I mainly troll this forum as well as others, looking for information that I need at that particular moment. Rarely, if ever, do I post a comment or reply to anything I run across. This time, however, I did feel the need to comment in regards to rooting the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3 using two different methods. First...I used the Vega method, which worked, but not without a lengthy set of step-specific instructions and quite a large (over 2gb) file to download. Then...AT&T sent out an OTA update which my phone decided to automatically download and install without my permission. This OTA unrooted my phone as it did to a lot of people. I jumped on here to read about this OTA and saw that several people were talking about rooting with Kingo. This piqued my interest and since I was already planning on re-rooting with Vega and set aside a block of time to do so, I went ahead and downloaded the Kingo file to give it a try and it worked....impressively well. And this is why I'm posting...Kingo was an extremely easy program to root and I didn't lose any information during the process. It was seamless. It's an easy *** user interface that gives you a hand full of instructions (ie: connect phone; click start) and does the rest for you unlike it's rival, Vega, which comes with a laundry list of steps to complete the process. I literally downloaded the file, ran it, plugged my phone in and clicked start...it was that easy. So far, so good. I just wanted to post this so that other people that may look at rooting their phone as a complicated process can know their is a much easier way to do so.

So, to sum it up...both ways can and will root your phone...but Kingo was a breeze.
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14th November 2013, 02:51 AM   |  #138  
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Thanks!

How long take the process with kingoapp??
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14th November 2013, 02:51 AM   |  #139  
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They have a website

http://www.kingoapp.com

Just follow the instructions on their installer and you should be fine

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Lol! Back to stock-updated-re-rooted with Kingo. Done already! Thanks again!
14th November 2013, 02:51 AM   |  #140  
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How long take the process with kingoapp??

Mine was finished in a little under 5 minutes, if I remember correctly

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