So my Verizon HTC One M8 screen had a yellowish tint in the bottom left corner and I was gonna send it in to HTC. So I flashed a stock ROM, locked the boot loader and turned s-on. Then I removed SuperSU using Universal Unroot. My phone then did an OTA update of 4.4.3 which was fine until I noticed SuperSU was back but I didn't have root so there was no way to removed it.
I've been working on removing apps that I have no use for. I wanted to share what I've been able to successfully remove without killing the phone. This is not all bloat! Some of it is just stuff that I know I will not use, so why have it on the phone?
The list of removed apps is incomplete as I don't recall everything I removed, and already deleted some of the backups.
I'm having some random issues with root on my phone... For the most part, my phone seems rooted. I can access most files and folders, removed bloatware system apps, and LuckyPatcher and other root-only apps seem to work well.
My problem is that some apps don't! GameCHI gives me the message "ERROR!!! The system deny to ROOT" for some reason.
Going to buy an s2 tomorrow. I've been browsing the forums for quite some time to get a good feel on terminology for android phones. I am finally making the switch to a smartphone. I am fairly tech savvy, so I think I can root the phone successfully.
What are the things I should do first once I get my phone? Thanks in advance!
So I'm probably gonna buy this phone tomorrow because my htc one x fell and has a broken screen now. I have no warranty so I need a phone badly. My question is can a AT&T branded phone have a bad esn or imei I think its called stopping me from activating it on my account?
I have a Bright tab tablet that came with kitkat 4.4.2 installed I am having a problem with an app I downloaded not being removed by a factory reset. So guessing I will need to root it to get rid of this unwanted app. Can anyone help me with a way to remove the apps in question or with the info I need to root this device. thanks