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30th December 2013, 09:34 PM |#51  
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want to root my vzn i535 running 4.3.
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It depends on which way your going to root. With casual (which is what I used) you need a pc. I'm not sure about saferoot though

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im sorry if this isnt the way to ask im new. ive been looking all over i cant find a safe way to root my gs3 runing 4.3. all i want is to uninstall stock samsong apps and install some apps that require rooted phone. pleas help.
 
 
30th December 2013, 09:37 PM |#52  
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im sorry if this isnt the way to ask im new. ive been looking all over i cant find a safe way to root my gs3 runing 4.3. all i want is to uninstall stock samsong apps and install some apps that require rooted phone. pleas help.

Check the first post of our 4.3 discussion thread in the general section. Use Saferoot to root your S3 on VRUCML1. Multiple users have used Saferoot on our S3 and it is confirmed working.
30th December 2013, 11:17 PM |#53  
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I want to unroot my s3, im running 4.3 and rooted it with saferoot. Ive been having a few issues and now I want to unroot so everything shows official and stock. I went through and unfroze all bloat but my question is after root I noticed it had froze "SPG" and "SysScope" should I unfreeze these then run unroot via SuperSU? or will SuperSU unfreeze those when it uninstalls?

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31st December 2013, 03:15 AM |#54  
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I want to unroot my s3, im running 4.3 and rooted it with saferoot. Ive been having a few issues and now I want to unroot so everything shows official and stock. I went through and unfroze all bloat but my question is after root I noticed it had froze "SPG" and "SysScope" should I unfreeze these then run unroot via SuperSU? or will SuperSU unfreeze those when it uninstalls?

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I have no idea, but I do know you'll be unrooted after using SuperSU in that manner.
31st December 2013, 03:30 AM |#55  
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I have no idea, but I do know you'll be unrooted after using SuperSU in that manner.

He MUST unfreeze those apps first. THEN he can unroot if he wants.

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31st December 2013, 03:40 AM |#56  
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He MUST unfreeze those apps first. THEN he can unroot if he wants.

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Learned this the hard way. If you don't unfreeze before you unroot, you will need to re-root to unfreeze it.

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31st December 2013, 04:46 AM |#57  
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Learned this the hard way. If you don't unfreeze before you unroot, you will need to re-root to unfreeze it.

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Ok that is kinda what I was thinking, thanks for the info.
31st December 2013, 04:59 AM |#58  
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Learned this the hard way. If you don't unfreeze before you unroot, you will need to re-root to unfreeze it.

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What did you notice went awry when you left those frozen after unrooting?

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31st December 2013, 05:27 AM |#59  
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What did you notice went awry when you left those frozen after unrooting?

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The apps were disabled and just wouldn't work. And since TiBu couldn't get root access it couldn't unfreeze them. That was on an older version of android. I'm on 4.3 now, and all the apps I have frozen with TiBu show as disabled in Application Manager. If it is an app that the App Manager won't let you disable, then the only way (that I know of) to turn them back on is with TiBu. I haven't tried unrooting 4.3, but I'm guessing it would be the same as older versions.

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31st December 2013, 05:35 AM |#60  
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The apps were disabled and just wouldn't work. And since TiBu couldn't get root access it couldn't unfreeze them. That was on an older version of android. I'm on 4.3 now, and all the apps I have frozen with TiBu show as disabled in Application Manager. If it is an app that the App Manager won't let you disable, then the only way (that I know of) to turn them back on is with TiBu. I haven't tried unrooting 4.3, but I'm guessing it would be the same as older versions.

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I should have been clearer. What issues would arise with SGP and SysScope being frozen after someone unroots?

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