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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by aarongotgame, Oct 5, 2014.

  1. aarongotgame

    aarongotgame Lurker
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    There is no root available for this build: L31um11 . Nothing works. Ive tried all old methods. The end. DOUBT if anyone here can tell me different. Or find me a way to root.. Any challengers ?!

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  2. Guggy

    Guggy Android Enthusiast

    Try rooting manually with ADB command line. Google is your bff
  3. aarongotgame

    aarongotgame Lurker
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    Nothing works. Ive tried all old methods. The end.
  4. viperdink

    viperdink Android Expert

  5. aarongotgame

    aarongotgame Lurker
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    Even if I was to roll back the build.. I mean I guess I could. But Im used to Samsung phones where most of them CANT be bricked.. I cant afford to buy another phone when this IS my replacement phone. It was def. a step down from my phone but whatever.. But the bloatware is really pissing me off.. I like to have just what I use and only what I use on my phone... But I also like to have the latest updates.. Idk if we can flash kdz's on this phone. I dont know how that works with this phone because it seems like one wrong move n its bricked.. btw I just bought this sh*t phone the other day

    tldr: no method works. is there a way to roll the device software back to a rootable version
  6. MarsMartian

    MarsMartian Newbie

    I haven't updated and have the T-Mobile version of 4.2.2; L2HUMH2 and would be more than happy to pull it for you guys, but I don't see how this would help as this phone doesn't allow ANY rom, even stock, to be flashed. There are a few forums on here of people trying to flash stock to fix bricked OT Fierce' only to receive an error message, as well as flashing to try and unlock the bootloader which resulted in an error messaging triggering 'T-Mobile securelock'. Point being, you're better off with an up to date non-root working phone, than a bricked one "running" the older version. I say running in quotes because the only thing you may get is the boot logo. Especially if this is your replacement, and you know how easy these are to brick, I'd say just make due until you can buy a new phone. I've bricked one by receiving an update after Removing one bloatware app and made anothers power/lock button stop functioning by trying to change the boot logo, luckily I fixed it(sort of) and am still using the phone but now have all sorts of problems with it.

    I know if you're like me, it's frustrating not being able to have your devices exactly how you want and only cluttered by the apps if your choosing, etc. but it's better than the alternative.
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Alcatel OneTouch Fierce Forum

The Alcatel OneTouch Fierce release date was October 2013. Features and Specs include a 4.5" inch screen, 5MP camera, 1GB RAM, MT6589 processor, and 1800mAh battery.

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