CF-Root for most I9003 firmwares (updated 28/06/2013)

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rogerscrack

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Sorry, I meant if I can make your tut "how to port cf-root" with v9 TUC to take the steps of OC, etc or longer would have to compile the source etc etc?

ot: you knows something about how you carry the 10lockscreens ask for PM?
 
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ganeshbiyer

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Sorry, I meant if I can make your tut "how to port cf-root" with v9 TUC to take the steps of OC, etc or longer would have to compile the source etc etc?

ot: you knows something about how you carry the 10lockscreens ask for PM?

The point of the tutorial was to get the original firmware kernel and make a cfroot from it. If u want UC v9 then use it directly. It is basically a kernel + Amit cfroot.
 
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sl4y3r88

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Hi I need some help before Rooting,

I,m currently on the official and latest firmware DDKP3 updated through Kies

I want to Root my phone(Asian i.e Indian model)

Can I use this ? ="XXKPU-CFROOT-29-02-2012.tar "

Or should I use = "DDKP3-CFROOT-12-02-2012.tar"


Will my phone be detected by Kies after doing either of these ?
 

earldroid

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Hi I need some help before Rooting,

I,m currently on the official and latest firmware DDKP3 updated through Kies

I want to Root my phone(Asian i.e Indian model)

Can I use this ? ="XXKPU-CFROOT-29-02-2012.tar "

Or should I use = "DDKP3-CFROOT-12-02-2012.tar"


Will my phone be detected by Kies after doing either of these ?

You should use the one with DDKP3 cfroot. You can see it obviously ok.

Sent from my GT-P7300 using XDA
 
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sl4y3r88

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Which is more effective ?The DDKP3 CF root or Bams Kernel ? Pros and Cons weighed which one is for me? My Basic need is to be Rooted and Fast operation without overclocking or doing any Major risky mods that could brick my phone.
 

19dany84

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The root does not become more fluid the phone, but you do only have administrator permissions.

If you want to be sure not to damage, not to use overclock and keep your phone with only the root
 
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sl4y3r88

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The root does not become more fluid the phone, but you do only have administrator permissions.

If you want to be sure not to damage, not to use overclock and keep your phone with only the root

I want my phone to be fluid and smooth, is bam's kernel risky? Sorry for the noobish questions, Im too scared to damage my phone
 

19dany84

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there is always a slight risk to overclock.
But until now no one has ever burned the device.

So if you need speed and power use it without fear
 

earldroid

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No risk. No glory as they say. You can try bam kernel, vurrut kernel or uc kernel. They are all safe to flash as long as you follow instructions and pre flashing requirements.

Sent from my GT-P7300 using XDA
 

bscraze

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Overclocking will bonly shorten the CPU life, which is already made to last at least 5 yrs. You won't shorten its life much, just try not to oc for the whole time you own the phone :D

Cheers:)

Sent from my GT-i9003 powered by MIUI:D
 
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