I need helping rooting an HTC Evo 4g design. I've tried just about every possible guide and none work. I've tried putting the ph something file on the root of the ad card and going to boot loader but it says that there's no img, and I can't find out how to root can anyone help. I already unlocked boot loader just can't root
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