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  • About lordsolrac2
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    U.S.A. - T-Mobile
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    Indie Game Dev
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    Device History :: Current :: Moto G 4 Plus - XT1644 - AOSiP (Still looking)
    Samsung Galaxy Fit - JellyBread 5.0 - JANAKernel (Bricked)
    Sony Ericsson Xperia Play - Xperia NXT Gaming - Lupus GB+ICS (Broken Screen/Repairable)
    Motorola Atrix 4G - SuperLite - Stock
    LG G2 - Bricked
    LG G4 H810 - Bootloop'd

    Indie Game Developer
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    Moto G5S Plus
    Nintendo Switch


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My list of emulators are as follows; for everything else I use retroarch. PSX: Epsxe - nice psx emulator, works exactly how you would imagine a box standard emulator to work and does the job quite well. Can’t say any downsides to this emulator...
Finally got home to see it finished! Backup :!GUMXQSRb!LD2SioJC_A7kOCTyKHfSRAmDkG67aDprf8UYUYHYZFM Mobvoi TWRP : - Personally I used the C2, but I noticed Pro (catfish) is also a Snapdragon 2100 Le...
Welp. I found a solution. After 3 days of searching (Days prior to the topic posting counted) I found out a way to do it. Documentation (For anyone who might have the same issue) You need a blank pendrive, and sshfs, a ssh server for android (I ...
I've been wanting to request LG G2 as well, but how exactly can we add it to the list? Nevermind, You have the option to enter the name of the Phone/Model.
Well, I've took the liberty of porting this tool over to Linux (with Lars' permission of course), though I think it's compatible with Mac OS as well. (Though you'll need to have adb and fastboot commands in PATH) This version has it's own folder ...