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A lot of people love to have a rooted Android device because rooting gives you full control over the device, there are so many rooting merits but a demerit too, rooting voids the warranty of your smartphone and those of you have rooted their HTC Droid DNA and now want to visit the manufacturer shop to recovery warranty due to any reason, here you can do so or those of you have installed a custom ROM but forgot to take the backup and can’t return to stock via recovery, here they can restore their HTC Droid DNA back to stock. thanks a senior XDA developer MyComputerDoctor.
In recent times the Google Nexus 4 received all-one-toolkit that has now also been released for the Google Nexus 10 tablet, it’s developed by the same XDA developer named mskip. Installation and customization is bit tricky on Android device but not too much and toolkits make them easy, this Nexus 10 toolkit especially help beginners who don’t know a lot more about the usage commands, fastboot and ADB.
Android is most popular mobile operating system for customization, it’s pretty easy to customize Android devices but it’s bit tricky too like if you want to unlock the bootloader or want to install any custom recovery, you’ll different commands and apps to do so and it may also damage your device, but toolkits reduce the chances of lose and make installation and customization easier, they lets you to a lot of stuff with just a click. A recognized XDA developer member mskip has done the same for your newly purchased Google Nexus 4, he has developed a new all-in-one toolkit for the Nexus 4 that lets you to almost everything easily.
Rooting lets you to get full control over your Android device, it voids the limitations of manufacturer and makes you able to customize any aspect of your Android device. No doubt, there are numerous rooting benefits but you also face one lose. Root voids the warranty of your device too. But if you own a Droid Razr HD, we’ve an interesting thing for you.
A recognized XDA developer member mattlgroff has released a Droid Razr HD utility tool that lets you to easily root and unroot (restoring stock firmware) on your Motorola RAZR HD, even it install the Voodoo OTA Rootkeeper app that lets you to get root access back after the installation of any official update. The tool works on both Verizon Droid Razr HD and non-Verizon Droid Razr HD but restoring stock firmware might not work currently on non-Verizon Droid Razr, so don’t try it on non-Verizon Razr HD.
Rooting voids the limitations of manufacturer on your Android device and gives you full control over it, it lets you customize each aspect of your Android device but since it voids manufacturer limitations, it also voids the warranty of your phone, so get the recovery back your Android device must be unrooted and those you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and have rooted it but now want to visit the manufacturer shop for warranty, can unroot Galaxy Note 2 here.
Here’s guide to learn how to unroot Samsung Galaxy Note 2 via a all-in-one toolkit, it’s very easy to understand, all you need to do is install the stock boot image back to your phone. Before you start unrooing, first make sure your device battery is charged.
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 ToolKit
Rooting voids the limitations of manufacturer on the Android device and lets user to install root-required apps such as MODs, custom ROMs, tweaks and more. But there’s also one lose, since rooting voids manufacturer limitations, it also void the warranty of your Android phone and to get warranty back, you have to unroot the device..
Customization is bit tricky on Android devices like when you need to unlock the bootloader of your Android devices, you’ll have to use different commands and files for unlocking and procedure also may brick your Android devices, that’s why many people stay away from customization, they don’t unlock and root the device, my uncle also think that rooting will brick hid Galaxy S3 smrtphone, but toolkits make your life easier, you can do everything with your Android device with one click using a toolkit.
WugFresh is well-known all-in-one toolkit for Nexus devices, this toolkit has been updated to the version 1.5 to support all new Nexus devices such as Verizon Galaxy Nexus and Google Nexus 7 tablet that recently launch with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The toolkit has everything you need, you can easily unlock the bootloader of your Nexus smartphone or tablet whatever you own, as many of you know well that unlocking bootloader void the warranty of your Android device, so the developer also added the re-lock bootloader option that will let you to get your device’s warranty back and you’ll be able to visit the manufacturer shop for any complain about the device.
So you’ve flashed any firmware and now want to revert back to the stock ROM or you want to unroot your Verizon Samsung Galaxy Tab, here’s all want to do with your Galaxy Tab. Once you’re on stock ROM and have unrooted Android device, you’re able to visit the manufacturer shop for the warranty of the device, you can’t get warranty of a rooted Android device because rooting voids the warranty of the device.
Before you get started first be sure to make a backup of your device data such as SMS, internet setting, contacts music files etc because the below procedure may wipe data, you can sync your contacts with Gmail account and for messages use SMS apps, lastly use file expert app to backup apps.
Rooting expand the functionality of every Android device, it enables you to install all non-market application. If you own a Samsung Galaxy S Plus GT-I9001, here’s rooting guide for you, but since rooting void the limitations of manufacture on device, it also void the warranty of device, but you no need to worry about it, here, you can root and unroot too your Samsung Galaxy S Plus GT-I9001.
Before you begin , first charge the device battery and make a backup of your device data such as SMS, internet setting, contacts music files etc because the below procedure may wipe data, you can sync your contacts with Gmail account and for messages use SMS apps, lastly use file expert app to backup apps.
No doubt, rooting gives you completely customize the Android device, you can do everything with your rooted device, you can read complete rooting benefits here. But there’s also a demerit, since rooting voids the limitations of manufacture on device, it also voids the warranty of your device, so if you want get warranty of device, you’ll must have to unroot the device.
If you own a HTC EVO 4G LTE, here’s unroot guide for you, just follow and get the warranty back. But first charge the device battery, install the USB drivers on the device, if you don’t have drivers, you can download the 32-bit Windows drivers from here and 64-bit Windows drivers from here, if you’re running Linux or Mac on your computer, you no need to install drivers, and turn the USB Debugging on, to do so just tap Menu> Settings> Application> Development.
A few days Samsung released Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich XXLPY firmware for the Galaxy Note GT-N7000 and we’ve got a good news for those of you who love to customize their Galaxy Note, a root tool has been released to root Galaxy Note on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich, it’ll root the device without increasing the flash counter.
Most of you don’t root the Android device due to increasing the flash counter, for those who’re not familiar about flash counter, it’s method that allows Samsung to track the installation record of your device like how many times you install anything using Odin.