- Nov 28, 2009
^^Fairy dust samdung sprinkles in their devices to make life difficult for those of us wanting root.
Can you edit this first to fix it? Step one, modify the part stopping you from modifying?
is there any way to recovery the text. i've had device inactive since deletion. or even recover backup from google drive?
It's a text conversation that i was having with someone that's not saved in my contacts. I accidentally deleted the wrong info i need from that text and i'd like to recover.Depends on how it was erased... are you talking about contacts? Or the conversations with them? If it is conversations/ past messages then they will have it on their phones, if it is their phone numbers/ contacts, then it depends on where they were saved... but at this point it is time to make a new conversation for this... make a new thread and tell us what happened to delete them etcetera...
im surprised samsung is that sad when it comes to these vulns lol.. even sadder it took me so long before finding it..
hell i even gave up and sold my n9 before getting anpther then it happened within the day practically lol.. was prolly burnt out after a year and missed the obvious
There's likely not going to be a fix for those restrictions (it's the signed kernel which is the key to this exploit), so instead of waiting you're better off getting the G965F version with unlocked bootloader, custom recovery, and no restrictions.
By the way, the flipping of the boot with recovery is brilliant!