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[Q] ADB and full system wipe on Locked ATT MK2 or

2nd April 2014, 04:47 PM |#1  
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Since AT&T super locked the bootloader on all images from MF3 to the present and future images and refuse to downgrade per the Customer request and demands, I was thinking that if you could get root in ABD and wipe the system and all info on the device and put back any image we wish, which is our right. Does anyone know what the commands would be in or can achieve root without a custom recovery and completely wipe the existing image?
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3rd April 2014, 01:07 AM |#2  
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Since AT&T super locked the bootloader on all images from MF3 to the present and future images and refuse to downgrade per the Customer request and demands, I was thinking that if you could get root in ABD and wipe the system and all info on the device and put back any image we wish, which is our right. Does anyone know what the commands would be in or can achieve root without a custom recovery and completely wipe the existing image?

It doesn't work like that, the bootloader has it's own partition, nothing to do with /system
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