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Kingxteam

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May 12, 2015
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Darth

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No offence intended here, but why would anyone with a Nexus not just unlock bootloader, flash custom recovery and SU, done.

Seems pointless to use a method like this. Warranty usually is unaffected by permanent root on a Nexus also.

But, to each their own I always say! :)
 

Fluffle

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Jan 1, 2016
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Plymouth
Someone please help. Now displaying "root permission exception" error and I press fix and it fails. Then I get notifs throughout the day saying the same thing. Any help greatly appreciated.
 

stevencosta08

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Sep 6, 2013
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  • google a1
  • google roar_a50
  • google micromax aq4501
  • google mi438s
  • google a536
  • google sd4930ur
  • google mito_a10
  • google evercoss a65
  • google sprout
  • google micromax aq4501
  • google google-nexus*10
  • google h940
  • google nexus 5
  • google iris 708
  • google material
  • google spice mi-498
  • google myphone uno
  • google nexus 4
  • google nexus 7
  • google roar_a50
  • google nexus 6
  • google sparkle v
  • google google-nexus-10
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Does this work on nexus 6 on marshmallow.
 
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Nfsracer6666

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Dec 20, 2016
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Add my Android phone infinix x510 it's from Google

Please add my android to kingroot list in next update :eek: ... My Android is marshmallow 6.0 ,,i'll try this version is not adaptable after I try :crying:
 

Djoec1983

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Mar 29, 2012
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I agree with you that rooting via fastboot is easy and is my preferred method but some people may not know how to use fastboot or may not have access to a computer and may opt for a one click method in which case this gives them access to root.
 

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