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By savoca, Inactive Recognized Developer on 13th November 2014, 02:55 AM
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Step 1: Download this: http://downloads.codefi.re/savoca/root/titan
Step 2: fastboot flash boot xt1064_lollipop_boot.img
Step 3: Flash SuperSU

http://imgur.com/jJO86tC
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13th November 2014, 03:15 AM |#2  
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Unlocked boot-loader needed right?
13th November 2014, 03:16 AM |#3  
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Unlocked boot-loader needed right?

Of course.
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13th November 2014, 03:21 AM |#4  
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Of course.

Do you know if any custom recoveries work on Lollipop at the moment?
13th November 2014, 03:26 AM |#5  
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Do you know if any custom recoveries work on Lollipop at the moment?

I'm using TWRP 2.8.0.1, only used it to backup/restore boot partition a few times and install SuperSU.
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13th November 2014, 03:31 AM |#6  
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Did you have your boot-loader unlocked before your install of Lollipop?

I had to re-lock mine to install the OTA and I just finished unlocking it again. I think it's stuck on a bootloop. I'm also not able to boot into Android recovery. Any ideas?

EDIT: Nevermind; sorry for the mistake. It's booting back up.
13th November 2014, 03:34 AM |#7  
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Did you have your boot-loader unlocked before your install of Lollipop?

I had to re-lock mine to install the OTA and I just finished unlocking it again. I think it's stuck on a bootloop. I'm also not able to boot into Android recovery. Any ideas?

No I just uninstalled Xposed, restored stock recovery, took the OTA and moved on. You may have to restore factory firmware from fastboot.
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13th November 2014, 03:36 AM |#8  
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No I just uninstalled Xposed, restored stock recovery, took the OTA and moved on. You may have to restore factory firmware from fastboot.

Thanks for your help. So we just flash the .img, flash SuperSu from the site, and fastboot flash recovery? Thanks again.

EDIT: Uh, I'm not booting past the unlocked bootloader screen after flashing your .img.

EDIT 2: I'm just a person that worries a lot. Gave it a few minutes to load and it works. Thanks. Really sorry to discredit you.

EDIT 3: Thanks man.

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13th November 2014, 04:16 AM |#9  
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I can't seem to get root, I flash superSu after the boot img but still no root
edit: nevermind I figured it out thanks!
13th November 2014, 08:54 AM |#10  
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Hello.

Are you using chainfires method as described here https://plus.google.com/app/basic/st...l1aoor5ezninhc

Does this method set all selinux permissive or just the part that will allow the root daemon to be called at init?

Also have you tried modifying the hosts file? Does it work?

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13th November 2014, 09:30 AM |#11  
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Which Version of SuperSU are you flashing?

2.16?
Beta 2.17 or 2.19?

Greetz
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