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    I tried rooting my tablet with king root app that I downloaded from CIA developers and now it says custom binary blocked by frp lock. I know I forgot to unlock the O.E.M. unlocked in the developer options. Is there anyway I can still flash a recovery onto the tablet or fix it somehow?
     

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    You can definitely flash a recovery, but if you just want to get out of the situation you are in, I would boot first into download mode.. (power off, then power+vol down + home button to turn on) and from there initiate a normal reboot which should load your OS. If you want to flash custom recovery, download the file to your PC, connect your tablet to pc while in download mode, and load the recovery via odin.
     
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    I can't boot my os I can't do anything it keeps saying custom binary blocked due to frp lock and when I go to download anything in Odin mode it won't do shit but keep saying its downloading. I haven't flashed anything from a PC yet but I will try that and post my results thanks
     
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    Does anyone know a custom recovery they would recommend for this situation?
     

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