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trishmac

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Rooting is easy! (If i can do it... lol)

I'm a scardey cat..would love to try it one day x

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The super boot method on here is fairly simple, and Nexus devices are almost "meant " to be rooted ;)

I used Wuggs Nexus Toolkit (it used to be galaxy nexus toolkit) which is step by step and almost foolproof

I've scared myself to death with soft bricked devices before and always managed to repair them eventually

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I got my OTG cable today so will be attempting to root mine tonight. :)

PS: comicbookguy - Do you go to any of the UK comic conventions? Wondering if our paths may have crossed. :)

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CURRENT DEVICES -
Google Nexus 4 (Stock)

Barnes and Noble Nook HD+ (Carbon Rom)

DEVICE HISTORY -

Phones (Including SmartPhones) :
Bosch 509e, Nokia 402, Nokia 702, Nokia 3210, Nokia 3310, Siemens C35i, Nokia 3330, Samsung A300, Panasonic GD75, Sony Ericsson T68i, Sony Ericsson T610, Sony Ericsson P900, Nokia 7600, Nokia N-Gage, Samsung E720, Nokia 6230, O2 XDA Mini S (HTC Wizard), T-Mobile MDA Vario 2, O2 XDA Orbit 2, LG Renoir, HTC Diamond, Blackberry 8800, HTC HD2, Sony Xperia Play, ZTE Blade, Nexus S (AMOLED), Nokia Lumia N800, Nokia Lumia 520

PDA's/Netbooks/Tablets :
Casio Cassiopeia E-125, Psion Series 5, HP IPaq 2400 & HP IPaq 3715, Nokia N770 Internet Tablet, ASUS EEE PC 701, Samsung NC10, Advent Vega, Nook Color, Nexus 7,


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Only very occasionally! Its more that I'm an all-around (literally) geek with a goatee.... lol

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The super boot method on here is fairly simple, and Nexus devices are almost "meant " to be rooted ;)

I used Wuggs Nexus Toolkit (it used to be galaxy nexus toolkit) which is step by step and almost foolproof

I've scared myself to death with soft bricked devices before and always managed to repair them eventually

I'll check it out and see how scared it makes me ^_^ x

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I ordered this one yesterday from Amazon for a whopping £1.49. It arrived earlier and works fine with my Nexus 7, provided I have the flash drive formatted using FAT32. It didn't work with an exFAT formatted drive.

Edited by Phil Lee, 02 August 2012 - 10:46 AM.

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