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[TOOLS] KitKat 24A Freedom One Click Tools **root**twrp

11th April 2014, 06:10 PM   |  #1  
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I've modified some previous scripts to automate rooting and twrp. Special credits to wootever, thecubed, JackpotClavin and possibly others.


Step 1: Go to Settings, About, Software information, and tap Build Number like 6 times to unlock developer options.

Step 2: Plug in USB cable to computer, check Internet connection, Ethernet

Step 3: Go to Settings, Developer options, and check USB debugging. Wait for pop-up and Allow USB debugging.

Step 4: Run your one click options downloaded.


Download for Windows: Tested on Windows 7 64bit. Probably works on others.


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ROOT

One Click Root, 10b, 11a, 12b ota's. Follow steps on screen.

http://bit.ly/P5Bv2C


One Click Root for 24a, ioroot25:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...34539103321731

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RECOVERY

One Click custom recovery TWRP for 12b ota. If your on 11a, do OTA first. Must have root also.

http://bit.ly/1jL99WB

Then flash this in recovery if you wants TWRP 2.7: Thanks MindRocket

http://bit.ly/1gHz80Q


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KITKAT 24A OTA FREEDOM

Installs custom recovery TWRP 2.7 on KK 24a update to be able to flash Roms. Also mods partitions to enable twrp to run.

Special thanks to JackpotClavin. He made this possible.

Step 1: Use iroot25 to root 24a Kikat

Step 2: Use MD5 checker to match MD5. If it does not match, DO NOT RUN. YOU WILL BRICK.

Step 3: Unzip KitKat Freedom zip and run from Windows.

RUN AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Download:

KITKAT-24A-FREEDOM.zip

MD5: e525a258ec1b8d06d42d2ef3d59a22c3

http://bit.ly/1hci4vS


Use MD5 checker apps from play store or...

MD5 File checker tool download for windows:
https://mega.co.nz/#!oI9lnaKK!awKao0...TX0AXyxorkh0QA

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RETURN TO FACTORY STOCK

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2448960
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11th April 2014, 06:12 PM   |  #2  
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Niiice!

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Quote:
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Niiice!

Oh and First!

I've had these for months now, but have been too lazy to post.

They made all my testing of roms super fast after doing the .tot restores.
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11th April 2014, 06:18 PM   |  #4  
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I've had these for months now, but have been too lazy to post.

How dare you hold out on us.

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11th April 2014, 06:19 PM   |  #5  
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Nice. Now maybe there won't be so many stupid questions about how to install recovery. Props to you man.

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Quote:
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How dare you hold out on us.

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For reals, I do feel bad. Always had some rom or something going on. Finally found time today!!!!
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11th April 2014, 06:23 PM   |  #7  
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For reals, I do feel bad. Always had some rom or something going on. Finally found time today!!!!

I'm just busting your stones.

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Nice. Now maybe there won't be so many stupid questions about how to install recovery. Props to you man.

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Edit : sorry, misread and thought you said no there won't be.

Wishful thinking is good but I wouldn't hold my breath sir haha

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Nice. Now maybe there won't be so many stupid questions about how to install recovery. Props to you man.

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True, installing a custom recovery is complex. This makes it dummy free.

I have an auto click tool also for JackpotClavin 24a kk hack for twrp also, but its so dang dangerous it could brick your phone. It writes partitions.
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11th April 2014, 06:24 PM   |  #9  
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I'm just busting your stones.

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You're dreaming if you think there will not be stupid questions hahaha

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Good point. I'm gonna save this thread address and will just post it over and over if someone posts about recovery or root. No matter what they say. I will just post this. Bahaha

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11th April 2014, 06:25 PM   |  #10  
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True, installing a custom recovery is complex. This makes it dummy free.

I have an auto click tool also for JackpotClavin 24a kk hack for twrp also, but its so dang dangerous it could brick your phone. It writes partitions.

Better off not releasing it to the public. Someone will find a way to brick their phone with it.

Good to know though if someone who does have a solid grasp wants it, mayhap they could pm you

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