T-Mobile G2 Auto-Reinstalls Stock Android After a Jailbreak


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  1. mjschmidt

    mjschmidt Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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  2. SUPERGALAXYS

    SUPERGALAXYS Well-Known Member

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    There will be a way around that I'm sure...
     
  3. LoyalServant

    LoyalServant Well-Known Member

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    The folks at XDA are hard at work.
    Even temp root may be good for some people.. I just looked at my phone and it's been running for just over 60 days without a reboot.
    If I had to re-root it every 60 days I may not even care.
     
  4. Eazail70x7

    Eazail70x7 Well-Known Member

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    Dang this stinks. How can this be?
     
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    Every newer Android phone that has come out has tried this type of thing and all has failed. Nobody worry there are a lot of people working on this and I know they will find a way they always do.
     
  7. ronaldramsayii

    ronaldramsayii Well-Known Member Developer

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    I believe this is what's taking up the internal space of the G2....I may be wrong, just a speculation. People will find a way around it. This is no where near as bad as a locked bootloader like the Droid X and Droid 2, which devs worked around. There definitely will be a solution....a permanent one.
     

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