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Root [CDMA] MultiRom Manager working on 4.4.4 stock

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Member1660584, Sep 13, 2014.

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    How much space do u have left in storage?
     
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    Awesome news.. did you just use the guide over on xda to set it up? was debating on tying it but was worried of hard brick..
     
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    Yeah I know the whole at your own risk part :) read the instructions a few times first.. gonna take the dive and check it out though when i have time.. always up for flashing new roms and that..
     
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    So quick question.. assuming that i put this on and decide to get rid of it, is it as simple as just flashing over the multi Rom part?
     
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    So what happened?
     
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    Nothing happed, someone just really ****ed me off. Everything seems to work OK with only a few quirks. Don't be affraid to try it.
     
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    WHY DO YOU KEEP DOING THIS! PLEEEEEEASE stop deleting your posts! it makes it so hard to follow and is just frankly annoying. im begging please.
     
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    I deleted posts once because of a PM someone sent me that really pissed me off, so I don't know why you make it sound like I've done it a lot. I apologize, and won't posting anything anymore because people are rude and don't appreciate someone helping them.
     
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    So...first off, I've locked this thread for the time being...

    Second, everyone has the option to !Report (/!\ icon) a post or even a PM to alert the Moderator staff if there is something someone is doing to break our site's rules.

    Sending you a PM here in a minute amarc78 to discuss what's going on.

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