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Old November 13th, 2012, 10:41 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by jlgarr86 View Post
Kyocera RiSE
Rooted with BusyBox
ICS stock rom (unfortunately)

so what is the point of rooting when your phone isn't capable with RomManager, ClockworkMod, or SetCPU?

you tell me because as it stands all i can do is freeze system apps, uninstall bloat, browse system files, and don't forget the ever powerful disable boot animation -_-
You should know what you can do before rooting....

Back on topic, you have a device which isn't popular, for good reasons. Most people root to create backups, flash custom ROMs, and have more control over the processor. If you want to take advantage of the good stuff, get a mainstream phone.
The Commandments of Android
1) Open RAM is wasted RAM - Don't use Task Killers
2) Cheap devices are cheap for a reason. Don't expect high end performance.
3) Boot Loop = Wipe.
4) There are no viruses for android.
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