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Root [Apps] Root Apps Discussion for ZTE Warp Sequent

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SuperR, Jul 22, 2013.

  1. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    Please post root apps and your experience with them on the warp2. Thanks :)
     

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  2. rlphbgby

    rlphbgby Well-Known Member

    We should get a app thread I sometimes wanna rec. some apps but dont wanna start threads on them cause its not phone related.
     
  3. eric2k0

    eric2k0 Lurker

    How have I not heard of this before?
    Great recomendation
     
  4. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    Just changed the thread to Root Apps Discussion for ZTE Warp Sequent. Please only post root apps and your experience with them on the warp2.
     
  5. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    Nandroid Manager * ROOT
    It just restored my text messages, call logs, apps, and app data from a cwm backup :D


    ES File Explorer
    I find it to be an amazing app for root file management. It includes the ability to add many other online storage accounts. Using ES File Explorer, I can copy files from my computer to anywhere on my warp2 including /system through wifi. Pretty cool.
     
  6. money15

    money15 Android Enthusiast

    Greenify is a very cool app that will make apps not use up memory...it won't let the app u select run until u use it...I pretty much greenify everything but the apps I want notifications for

    Adaway ad blocker is a must have you have to Google it and find the apk since its no longer on play store

    Widget locker is A PAID app but is the best replacement lock screen I have found and uses root
     
  7. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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  8. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    type the file name, highlight it with your mouse, click the Insert link button above the text box you type in, paste the link to the file in the popup box, click ok ;)
     
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  9. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast

    Boot Animations * Root
    only issue with it was on ics since the bootanimation was named differently. but zte fixed that in this new update so it works pretty good
     
  10. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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    Boot animations come with ROM toolbox too :D
     
  11. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast

    Oh nice never used ROM Toolbox tho will check it out
     
  12. boricuakiller

    boricuakiller Android Expert

    i try rom tool box end up in boot loop that was on b09 i havent tried in b11
     
  13. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
    Moderator

    Lmao. Only DOWNLOAD boot animation, lol. Don't use toolbox to install cuz the filename has to be changed first. :beer:;)
     
  14. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast

  15. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    Nice, that' the same guy that makes Nandroid Manager from my post above ;)
     
  16. Gldrz1

    Gldrz1 Android Enthusiast

    well in my case i got 4 apps ive had for a little while are Autokiller Memory Optimizer, Autorun Manager, Lagfix (fstrim) and Voltage Control now im not sure how effective they are, but of all of them VC helps me save some battery juice, AM lets me disable some apps at boot, AMO is not that noticeable but its supposed to help when multitasking its a minfree tweaker, Lagfix im not sure about this one have to research more on it, so thats it if anyone has used any of these and have some feedback about how useful they are or not let me know thanks
     
  17. TechDad378

    TechDad378 Well-Known Member

    When wanting to mess around with different features, jrummy rom toolbox is the best. It give a lot of features in the lite version. The pro version is great for testing to see if a rom is deodexed and changing status bar icons.

    Basic root check is great to verify root. If you are having a hard time rooting the pro version will show you the correct info to determine where is the problem located.

    Es file explorer is great for accessing file on the sdcard. To me it seems the older version es file explorer cupcake works a little better.

    But the best file explorer for developers is "yaffs explorer". The amount of info you get in this file explorer is amazing. Anything from owner, permission, symlinks, even lets you create .raw files. File dumps and kernels tools are also included. To average user it wont seem that great to heavy android users it is a must have!

    All apps are located in Google Play search for...
    Rom toolbox
    Basic Root Checker
    ES File Explorer
    Yaffs Explorer
     
  18. Gldrz1

    Gldrz1 Android Enthusiast

    Thanks for the reply I've tried Rom Tool Box but I found it to have more than what I needed kinda bloated still a great app though, as far as root checker don't even know why I'd even need it since I know I'm rooted and root explorer is what I got and works great for me, nothing I haven't heard before but still I appreciate the input anyway.
     
  19. TechDad378

    TechDad378 Well-Known Member

    Yes the toolbox may seem bloated but to those who want to get an all in one app to get started its a good app to learn you way around the file system.

    Just about everyone who tries root can determine if the root procedure was successful. What i meant about root checker pro is that if you are stuck with a root procedure or are trying to root a new device, the information it provides you is valuable. Though it is a bit overpriced it will definitely come in handy as a last resort to rooting issues before giving up. That's all! Just some friendly feedback.
     
  20. Gldrz1

    Gldrz1 Android Enthusiast

    yeah i know, like i said nothing i haven't heard before but thanks for the friendly feedback anyway.
     
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