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  1. Bob-o

    Bob-o Well-Known Member

    I know nit will be happy to see that! My friend wanted to root with one click. I told him not to use it. Low and behold, it has been removed. No of use can find it

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  2. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Well-Known Member

    yeah they removed it a few weeks ago it seems...but its still alive on the interwebz for those who "need" it :rolleyes:
  3. saps

    saps Well-Known Member

    All your hard work is paying off :p
  4. brackett5

    brackett5 Well-Known Member

    Sooooooo what is exactly wrong with this one click root method ???
  5. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Well-Known Member

    theres nothing "wrong" with it per say...other than it lets it people who have yet to research the pros/cons and ins/outs of root....root

    this can lead to problems as it gives superuser access to the uninformed who may then proceed to delete the wrong files/apps and get themselves in a stick situation :)
  6. Bob-o

    Bob-o Well-Known Member

    I have a copy on my sdcard. I download a lot and backitup to sd then remove it. Kinda addicting really...lol
  7. Lars

    Lars Well-Known Member

    Google isn't against root. Just look at the Nexus and Nexus S from google. They just can't host something so contrary to the wishes of the carriers. Not really right seeing how we buy and own the phone but that's a discussion beat to death.
  8. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Well-Known Member

    I don't think anyone said google was against...my point was what was wrong with phone only root apps
  9. adrynalyne

    adrynalyne Well-Known Member

    Actually, Google is against hosting anything in the market that blatantly voids your warranty.
  10. Lars

    Lars Well-Known Member

    I wasn't directing my comment to anyone's either. Just makingthe point that I don't think root is really a bad thing. Actually I think it is a good thing. Like on a pc if people were allowed root on devices they own they would spend time workingFOR security instead of against it to preserve root. Locking people out of their own devices promotes flaws andweakens the platform. Waste efort if you Ask me.
  11. atomD21

    atomD21 Active Member

    Once the warranty on my phone is up, I'll be rooting it. I can't stand the bloatware...
  12. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Well-Known Member

    that could be awhile :)

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