UPDATE 03-06-2016: This is the latest and only FULL fix for the current Lollipop firmware: G900AATT4COI5 (Lollipop 5.1.1), which cannot be rooted at this point, and should fix all current versions of the At&T Galaxy S5, including Lollipop G900AUC...
It's not root that screws up your phone. It's something that you do after rooting that screws up the phone.
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It seems that when goo.im went down SimonSimon34's source code was lost with it.
If you would be so kind as to detail the manual version of this method it would be helpful to me, and I'm sure others, until SimonSimon34 finishes rewriting his util...
ok I can't find it anywhere how do I disable OTA on rooted at&t galaxy s5?
Use titanium backup to freeze "AT&T Software Update" under Backup/Restore.
Again, you are not seeing the picture here or what you are saying. Stop thinking that what is posted by all Devs is correct. They are all Atm chips. Its like a 1.5ghz intel chip and a 1.8ghz cpu. They all do the same thing. One may be faster then ...