I'm obviously new to the world of rooting and I just have some questions I would like to get clarified! Well I currently use the Samsung Galaxy S3 on T-Mobile and I'd like to root my device to be able to run CyanogenMod or another ROM that would let me run a close to vanilla Android experience.
Thanks to this post http://androidforums.com/galaxy-s2-boost-mobile-all-things-root/711411-b... I had my easiest rooting experience but all that method gives you is root access. Other rooting methods seem to require you to change the kernel and install CWM but my phone didn't seem to appreciate the kernel:mad: Do I have to replace the kernel just to get the bootloader changed?
With T-Mobile officially launching their 4G LTE network in seven cities throughout the U.S., their customers may be wondering exactly how to access the new bandwidth. Owners of Samsung Galaxy Note II devices can do so thanks to an update that T-Mobile just pushed out to the devices. Another group that may be able to do so are owners of the LG Nexus 4 if they have done some work.
Hey guys, its me again. Is there any Galaxy Note Root Experts located in the tri-state area that would be willing to contact me via phone, or perhaps meet up with me to help me root my Samsung Galaxy Note?
Right now I'm just pondering wether I'm going to root my Samsung Galaxy S II (Virgin Mobile ). So friends give me a bit of help convice me perhaps. To root or not to root: what are the main benefits. Why should or shouldn't I root. I already know bricking the phone is a possibility, voiding the warranty another. So people what's all the fuss about rooting. Why is it so popular.
I want to root my Virgin Mobile HTC Evo 3D 4G so I can delete Facebook and Google + because they run down the battery more than any app I have and I dont even use them. Ive seen threads for people rooting to gingerbread 2.3 and such but I believe I have 4.0 Why do people like to root to an older android system? Do they have the same apps or are they not capable?