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Old September 9th, 2010, 05:48 AM   #26 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by skeezicks View Post
Wow! Unhappily, I lost root when Verizon pushed FRG22D to my phone. Your rooting method is straightforward and easy as pie. Mega thanks! It's a relief to be rooted again. No, I'm not constantly swapping ROMs and themes and stuff, but I really appreciate the extra security of running Backup Pro with superuser permissions and having full access to Titanium Backup. Bravo!

I'm curious, though: why do you think this method is safer than using SPrecovery, spf lite, and flashing sbf files? I've never followed that route, and perhaps the straightforwardness of the method you detail in this thread answers my question. But I was wondering what you meant by that?
flashing sbf files can cause more problems. Lots of people get stuck in bootloops after flashing sbfs and some can be hard to get out of. This method doesnt have that risk. If you follow the directions there is really no way to get stuck in a bootloop or have any other major problem.
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