Of course, there is also twrp and supersu. Pretty much all android box either come with root or are easily rootable.
To the best of my knowledge, you cannot root any device that has a locked bootloader. I could be wrong but that has been my experience.
If that has been your experience, then I stand corrected. As I said, to the best of my knowledge and personal experience, glad it is not a global consideration.
Thanks for the information, of course it doesn't hurt to ask, that wasn't my intention, I was just sharing what I knew, now I know more
No, you have to reset the counter, and the unroot will not do it. You need to reflash rom with odin to get offiacl updates!:good:. Cannot get official updates if phone is modified! If you have an engigneer bootloader aviable use it, to don't alter system counter!
First of all, wasn't sure if it was allowed to post on this thread (it's odd, 4 days old and no post), as I've seen nothing saying I shouldn't, here I go.
Newbie question here:
1) Is it possible to flash CWM Recovery with this root?
2) I'm willing to flash it, should I then just root using CF-Root(non-auto) as it already comes with CWM?
3) The version of CWM on CF-Root (non-auto) is already outdated, would it be a problem if I just flashed the new version over it with ODIN (download it from clockworkmod.com/rommanager and flash)?
I ask this because I want to keep my phone as stock as possible, but want to be able to perform a Nandroid backup and flash some ZIPs (if there's a way to perferm/restore Nandroid backups and flash ZIPs w/o CWM please tell me how )