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The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 getting attention of Android development community fast, root and recovery already has been released for it that gives you full control over your Galaxy Note 2 but it’s bit tricky for some people and there’s chance to brick the phone too, so some people want an easy way for rooting and other thinks and a recognized XDA developer member mskip did the same for them, he has developed a all-in-one toolkit for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 that can do everything that you need.
This Galaxy Note 2 toolkit is pretty easy to understand and use, you can easily install Galaxy Note 2 drivers, root Galaxy Note 2, install custom recovery on Galaxy Note 2, take backup of Galaxy Note 2, install busyBox app on Galaxy Note 2, install stock recovery on Galaxy Note 2, install stock boot image on Galaxy Note 2 and more, take a look at main toolkit features:
Install drivers automatically
Backup/Restore a single package or all apps, user data and Internal Storage
Backup your /data/media (virtual SD Card) to your PC for a Full Safe backup of data
Perform a FULL NANDROID Backup of your system via adb and save in Custom Recovery format on your PC
Pull /data and /system folders, compress to a .tar file and save to your PC
Auto Update ToolKit to latest push version on startup (donator feature)
Backup/Restore your /efs partition
Dump selected Phone Partitions, compress to a .zip file with md5 and save to your PC
Install BusyBox binary on phone
Root any public build (different options available)
[B]Root with Superuser (ChainsDD) or SuperSU (Chainfire) via CWM (works on ANY build)
Flash Stock Recovery
Flash CWM Recovery (thanks to Chenglu)
Rename Recovery Restore files if present
Flash Insecure Boot Image for adb mode
Flash Stock Boot Image back to your phone
Create tar file to flash via Odin (from upto 10 image files) with 1-click process
Download, Extract and Flash Stock Rom (full DETAILED steps) ESSENTIAL FOR WARRANTY RETURNS
Rip cache.img to zip file in CWM format for editing and flashing (thanks to Adam Lange)
Install a single apk or multiple apk’s to your phone (being worked on)
Push Files from your PC to your phone
Pull Files from your phone to your PC
Set Files Permissions on your phone
Dump selected LogCat buffers to your PC
Dump BugReport to your PC (if installed)
Help, Information Screen for various tasks
Mods Section to Modify your phone (being worked on)
Reboot Phone options in adb mode
Change background, text colour in ToolKit
Activate Donator features from within the ToolKit0 11th October, 2012 BY Abdur Rehman
Rooting gives you full control on your Android device, once you’ve rooted the device, you’ll be able to customize the every aspect of it and those of you who have just purchased the Sony Xperia T and looking for a root, here’s one click root for your Sony Xperia T.
The below guide will walk you through how to root Sony Xperia T with one clock root tool. Do keep in mind that rooting will void the warranty of your Xperia T, so think carefully before touching the phone for root.
Samsung has just rolled out the XXALJ1 Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and those of you have upgraded their Galaxy Note 2 to XXALJ1 firmware and now looking for a root, the root is here, the below guide will walk you through how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on XXALJ1 Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware and install ClockworkMod Recovery on it.
Recently the international Galaxy S3 received Jelly Bean 4.1.1 XXDLIB firmware update via OTA (over the air) and those of you have upgraded their Samsung Galaxy S3 with that firmware and looking for a root for this firmware, here you can find it, thanks to Chainfire’s CF root.
Customization is what, the Android is known for but the manufacturers don’t give you full control over your Android device for full customization but one thing that can void the limitations of them is rooting. Those of you own a Pantech Burst and now looking for a root for their device, your search is over now, here’s root for your Pantech Burst.
When the original Galaxy S3 variant launch, a recognized XDA developer member chainfire remotely achieved the root the phone before its arrival and a similar situation we can see again, the Korean company has just launched the new Galaxy S3 family member “Galaxy S3 LTE” that runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean instead of Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, many of you have recently got the Galaxy S3 LTE on your hands, in very short time, Android development community has successfully rooted the device, thanks to senior XDA developer member ausdim.
The Samsung’s latest creation Galaxy Note 2 has started getting the attention of Android development community, now you’re able to install root install the custom recovery on it. A XDA developer Chenglu has just released root and ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM) for the Galaxy Note 2.
For unfamiliar, the ClockworkMod is one of most popular custom recovery for Android out there that allows you to install .zip files containing custom ROMs, MODs, tweaks and other more, you can also make the backup of your Galaxy Note2 using it even wipe too when you need.
As I said above the root is also available for the phablet 2, rooting will void the limitations of Samsung on your Galaxy Note 2 and lets you to completely customize the device, you’ll also be able to install all non-market apps that aren’t available on Play store.
You can install CWM recovery separately on your Galaxy Note 2 if you want but if you love to keep your Android device rooted, the root is also available along with CWM, the below guide will walk you through how to root and install ClockworkMod recovery for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100, but before you root your phone first do keep in mind that rooting will also void the warranty of your phone, so think twice before rooting, however you get warranty back by install an official firmware on it. The below guide is just for Samsung Galaxy Note 2 having model number N7100, you can check your device detail from Setting>About Phone.
Not a while ago, the Transformer TF300T received the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update from ASUS but as most of you already know well that when you install the official firmware, it will void the root access, so for those who love to keep their Android devices rooted, here at Android Egis, we got something interesting.
A recognized XDA contributor serdu_petru has just released three modified version of stock official Jelly Bean 10.4.2.13 firmware, rooted with insecure kernel deodex and Busybox app. The below guide will walk you through how to install this rooted stock Jelly Bean firmware build on Transformer TF300T.
Rooting is what, the Android is known for, rooting voids the limitations of manufacturer on your Android device and allow you to completely customize your phone, like you’ll be able to install any non-market app on your device. Those of you who own a Kindle Fire HD 7 and now looking for a guide to root their tablet, your search is over now, here’s what you need. A recognized XDA contributor named sparkym3 has made new tool named Qemu Automated Root Tool, it lets you to easily root your Kindle Fire HD, read on how to root Kindle Fire HD 7 using the Qemu Automated Root Tool.
Motorola has recently unveiled the Motorola Photon Q 4G that features a QWERTY keyboard and it runs LTE network, the phone come up with useful features and those of you who own a Motorola Photon Q 4G and now looking for a root to get full control on your device, your search is over now here.
Here’s step by step guide to root Motorola Photon Q 4G, the method involves installation of ClockworkMod recovery that will be used to install rooting .zip file. ClockworkMod has become a must have custom recovery that lets you to install .zip files containing custom firmare, MODs, tweaks and more. It lets you to take the backup of your device firmware and wipe the phone when you need it.
People love to discover more and more easy ways for some necessary things but all are for same purpose like different root methods and those of use own a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and want to root the tablet, now they can root their tablet easily using the stock Android recovery. It’s a unique root method, as you know well that Samsung smartphones and tablets can’t typically be rooted via stock recovery, normally, you use the Odin and Heimdall to do so that also increase the flash counter but stock recovery doesn’t increase that.
Read on how to root the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 using stock recovery. This method works on all Galaxy Tab 7.7 running Ice Cream Sandwich.
Rooting voids all limitations of manufacturer and gives you complete control over your Android device, it lets you to install all root-required apps such as non-market apps, custom ROMs, MODs and more. ClockworkMod recovery is also must have tool for those who love to flash .zip files containing custom ROMs, hacks, MODs, tweaks and more, it lets you to take the backup of your firmware and wipe device.
Those of you own a Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 and want to root and install ClockworkMod (CWM) recovery, here’s all you want. The below step by step guide will walk you through how to root and install ClockworkMod recovery on Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0, this method works on all variant, US and international variant, however it doesn’t work on Korean Galaxy Player 5.0. The method has especially been released for those of you have upgraded their Galaxy Player 5.0 to official Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread firmware update and have lost root and recovery.