I am hearing there is a difference between the bootloader being unlocked and the phone being rooted. I have read lately that the N3 root is now available. I am waiting for a backordered N3 developers edition but wonder if it is much different now that root is here for the standard N3. I am a Verizon Unlimited Data customer so I have to pay full price for either one.
I recently rooted my phone and I am very new to this. I have a samsung galaxy s3. I rooted my phone just to install titanium backup and freeze/remove bloatware. Now my phone says it has an update. I know I shouldn't use the standard update, and that I need to update radios(?) and the rom.
Hello all! I am a slight newbie. I wanted to remove the bloatware so I have rooted my vitality, installed superuser and titanium backup, but now have a problem. I used titanium to freeze my calendar apk (after backing it up of course) to see if I could run without it. I restored it after the widget went blank.
I recently decided to do a factory restore of my phone and now I can't get through the initial setup of the device without it saying "Unfortunately, Settings has stopped" after I click the finish button. I didn't do a backup after I rooted the phone (Yes, I know). I used Titanium back-up to remove some bloatware and things I didn't want to have to look at.
So I'm having some trouble. I got my gs4 a few weeks ago. I currently have the ME7 version. When I fist got it I rooted it and deleted all the bloatware. Big mistake. I know, I'm a total noob. Now I can't upgrade. Is there anyway I can restore all the bloatware so I can upgrade my phone? In the future I know just to freeze the bloatware and not remove it completely.