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[Q] waiting for .bat file to root 6602 CWM + SU on 101 (4.3) Directly is it possible?

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15th March 2014, 12:51 PM   |  #1  
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hi..
guys... is it available or not... i think its not (coz i have search almost everything on Google) but not found what i needed
waiting for .bat (installer zip) file to root 6602 CWM + SU on .101 (4.3) Directly is it possible?
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15th March 2014, 12:54 PM   |  #2  
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No.

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ok..
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15th March 2014, 01:08 PM   |  #4  
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No problem. You can be sure that if somebody does find a solution, it will be posted here soon after.

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17th March 2014, 10:45 AM   |  #5  
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Hi, I have done this test:

1-I installed the latest firmware 101 with open bootloader

2-I installed the 6.4.6 recovery of DooMLoRD

3-We install the SuperUser in Zip format. And it works well.

But I do not like the phone to vibrate so often with DooMLoRD, I just reinstalled the original kernel.

I notice that the LED flashing CWM is sufficient, should remove extra vibration. It's a suggestion.

The process works.

PS For KINGVORTEX: I do not understand why so abruptly answer to the people, this is a place to learn and a little warmth would do no harm.

You did it to me first, without contributing anything and now with this partner.

You're not the center of the universe.



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Hola, yo he hecho esta prueba:

1-He instalado el último firmware 101 con el bootloader abierto

2-He instalado el recovery 6.4.6 de DoomLord

3-Instalo el SuperUser en formato Zip. Y funciona bien.

Pero como no me gusta que el teléfono vibre tantas veces con el DoomLord, he vuelto a instalar solo el Kernel original.

Creo que el aviso de CWM con el parpadeo LED es suficiente, deberían eliminar la vibración extra. Es una sugerencia.

El proceso funciona.

PD: Para KingVortex: no entiendo porqué contestas de forma tan brusca a la gente, este es un lugar para aprender y un poco de cordialidad no vendría nada mal.

Lo hiciste primero conmigo, sin aportar nada y ahora con este compañero.

No eres el centro del universo.
17th March 2014, 11:12 AM   |  #6  
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The answer was no. Why did I need to write a paragraph long answer?

Besides, if people searched before creating threads in the wrong section, they would find out these things for themselves.

Questions belong in the q&a section. There's a thread pinned to the top that says that clearly - Do Not Post Questions/Help/Troubleshooting in General.

Also, your answer added nothing, as the OP clearly asked for a direct one click root method. One does not exist. Read before posting.

Forum rules.
I suggest that you read those before posting here any more. Thanks.


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17th March 2014, 11:31 AM   |  #7  
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If the user has few messages, the general forum is the only one where you can post. Not a mistake, just a limitation.

Answers bluntly, I have read many messages from you and do the same thing many times.

No doubt you have great technical knowledge but do not know treat people well.

On the subject of the post, make root bat, my opinion is that developers have forgotten to try this version, because they are focused on the next KitKat.

It's a shame, because I think the 101 is an excellent version JellyBean

Greetings and thanks to all, both those who know a lot and those who want to learn.



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Si el usuario tiene pocos mensajes, el foro general es el único donde puede publicar. No es una equivocación, solo una limitación.

Contestas con brusquedad, he leido muchos mensajes tuyos y haces muchas veces lo mismo.

No dudo que tengas gran conocimiento técnico, pero no sabes tratar bien a la gente.

En cuanto al tema del post, hacer un bat root, mi opinión es que los desarrolladores se han olvidado de intentarlo con esta versión, porque están centrados en el próximo KitKat.

Es una pena, porque creo que la 101 es una versión JellyBean excelente

Saludos y gracias a todos, tanto a los que saben mucho como a los que desean aprender.
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Please read what I edited into my post.
There's an announcement pinned to the top of this section that clearly says that no questions, help or troubleshooting threads are to be created in the general section.

Do Not Post Questions/Help/Troubleshooting in General

Any user can post in the q&a section. The only limitation is that you cannot post in the development sections. That is to stop development threads being filled up with basic stuff like this thread that could be answered by a search.

Now, when you've actually contributed something here, I might care about your opinion of how you think this place works and about me personally.

Until then......

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more help , please
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Originally Posted by DeveloperSparrow

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1-I installed the latest firmware 101 with open bootloader

2-I installed the 6.4.6 recovery of DooMLoRD

3-We install the SuperUser in Zip format. And it works well.

, I just reinstalled the original kernel.

I


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First , Thank you all.

Please , links are required to help us .

I rooted 4.2.2 with no problem .
but on 4.3 I find it confusing me ,because all tutorials are in flashback !
which makes random steps (not arranged from A to Z ).
.............................
My C6602 :
Rooting status : Bootloader unlock allowed : yes
I want to root it from zero !
and I`m sure there are many users who want the same !

sorry for weak english !
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How to root 4.3.
A simple search would have helped you, as I post that every time I see someone ask.

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