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UnlockRoot - Root/Unroot your Android devices easily

Discussion in 'Android' started by Makcalable, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. Makcalable I Only Know What I Know

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    UnlockRoot - Root/Unroot your Android devices easily

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    To Download UnlockRoot Free Click Here
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    For A Full List Of Supported Phones Click Here


    I have downloaded this software and opened it up, had a play about but I haven't actually Rooted any of my phones because I think the warranty is very important to me :wink:

    • Rooting will void your warranty without a doubt!
    • Please read all information provided thoroughly and carefully before going ahead!



    See here for alternative Rooting/UnRooting Tool and ongoing discussion for Rooting your phones! http://fixitwizkid.com/threads/rooting-your-phone.7189/
  2. Ridwan sameer Active Member

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    This is for all android phones?
    I wish i had this when i was rooting my phone, I had to go through the long method..
    My phone's a Galaxy S Btw :happy:
  3. Makcalable I Only Know What I Know

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  4. Ridwan sameer Active Member

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    SOOO Sorry I didnt see that, kind of gave the thread a quick overview.
    Anyway, Damn my phone was there, could've done it much easier.
    Custom ROM's are the only reason i see fit to root your phone :happy:
    IM running Darky's ROM
  5. Alex19 Active Member

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    I always had some problems with programs for rooting my galaxy s, I think the Odin method is still the best for me.
  6. patrick coleman Newbie

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    I went the long way around when I was rooting my phone(xperia arc s). I know it voids the warranty to root but if something goes wrong can't you just 'unroot' and pretend it never happened? I had to root because you can do so much more with your device then! :happy:
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    Still prefer to Odin ROMS with built in root and cwm. Last time I tried using one of these one click methods, ended up semi bricking the phone.
  8. godarm Member

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    I always wondered whether we can unroot our android phones. Rooting was very easy using GingerBreak for my phone. This tutorial looks easy I'lll give it a try. Thanks .
  9. sk1tzo420 Newbie

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    What does rooting actually do? I have an EVO 4G, and I see a lot of people that root theirs. I have seen some pretty cool roms for it, but i just want to now what the basis of it is. Will I still have my games and such?
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    I bought the HTC Desire Z (codenamed vision) last summer and spent two weeks on rooting it. Mostly because it came with the newer version of Android than most of the similar devices. Had really though luck finding any guides.
    But now I am really happy and rocking Andromalus Android 4 ROM :happy:
  11. ThiefRaccoon Well-Known Member

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    flashing a copy of stock rom will easily unroot your phone.
  12. Blekh Member

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    Any chance of rooting tablets as easily as rooting phones? Everyone keeps telling me to root my Xoom but I've not found an easy way to root it.
    :noob: Complete noob here.
  13. ThiefRaccoon Well-Known Member

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    Well ok Let me try to help.
    the software OP mentioned seems to be compatible with xoom.
    Motorola Xoom 4.0.3 IML77
    Motorola Xoom 4.0.4 IMM76
    (from the list of compatibility)

    Before you do anything, you want to go to settings, About phone (might say about tablet? should the option at the bottom with an exclamation point as its icon)
    and make sure your firmware matches one of the two shown above. If your android version is lower, (anything lower than 4.03) I'm pretty sure updating it over the air will bring you up to the desired 4.04 which will make your tablet be compatible with this software. (4.0.4 android update was very recent)
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  14. Blekh Member

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    Thanks. I didn't notice that from the Compatibility List. I've got Android 4.0.4 which, like you said, I recently updated. I'm still worried about rooting it lol. I've hacked/rooted almost every single phone I've ever owned but with the Xoom, I feel overprotective and want to root but don't want to root at the same time. The process looks easy enough so I probably will.
  15. ThiefRaccoon Well-Known Member

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  16. Snrm Active Member

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    I wish it was this easy to jailbreak an IOS device! The average person really wouldn't need to root their Android because, like you said, Android is an open-source operating system. I wish Apple didn't secure their operating system so much when it is just a matter of some work and finding the right software to jailbreak.
  17. ThiefRaccoon Well-Known Member

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    iOS isn't THAT hard. It looks difficult, but it's really just a matter of finding a guide and following the direction precisely.
    What device did you have in mind? if it's not an iphone, i could help.
  18. Snrm Active Member

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    I really didn't mean hard it's just annoying to have to find your correct device and software. Yesterday I was trying to find the proper jailbreak for my brother's Itouch 2nd gen. 4.2.1 and it took me awhile. I kept falling upon broken links and everything but I eventually found it. I just wish apple had all their products unlocked to begin with.
  19. ThiefRaccoon Well-Known Member

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    me too. Oh yeah, it definitely does suck more than android devices. Has to be the right device, right gen, and right iOS firmware for it to work. Ugh.
    but you got through it, kudos!
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    Having a more secure markeplace gives Apple more control, and some people like the security of knowing that everything they see went through an approval process by Apple. I think that is one of the major differences between Apple and Android.
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