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We have root ... and what do YOU do with it?

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invd    0

Hi guys!

Thanks to Seraphim Serapis, Andrea Baccega and Nodch.de we have root but what do you do with it? Uninstall stock apps? Use App2SD? Use swap? I'm just searching for interesting ways to use the new freedom (and maybe we can collect some how-tos here?) :)

EDIT: Sorry, Seraphim, changed it :)

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Hi guys!

Thanks to Seraphim Seraphis, Andrea Baccega and Nodch.de we have root but what do you do with it? Uninstall stock apps? Use App2SD? Use swap? I'm just searching for interesting ways to use the new freedom (and maybe we can collect some how-tos here?) :)

it is Serapis :) nodch was a bit tired, when he wrote my name :)

how about adding busybox, trying to create a recovery.img, making custom-themes? :)

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it is Serapis :) nodch was a bit tired, when he wrote my name :)

how about adding busybox, trying to create a recovery.img, making custom-themes? :)

It seems we have problems with custome recovery.img. We can flash it, but won't be able to boot it then.

Some are talking about signature checked by bootloader --> take a look at alldroid for more informations

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It seems we have problems with custome recovery.img. We can flash it, but won't be able to boot it then.

Some are talking about signature checked by bootloader --> take a look at alldroid for more informations

we already saw this problem. andrea wanted to create a custom recovery and told me about this problem, too.

don't know at the moment, which capabilities milestone users have

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