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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by djron, Nov 1, 2010.

  1. djron

    djron Newbie
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    this question has probably been asked but i am REALLY thinking of rooting and the question is can someone point me to the right directions on the easiest way to root my HTC evo running Froyo??? :cool::cool::cool::cool:

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  2. JunBringer

    JunBringer Android Expert

    I used Matlock's thread above and it was flawless. Definitely hit that up.
  3. pinoy724

    pinoy724 Well-Known Member

    Matlock's guide is the easiest. Have fun rooting. Any question, don't hesitate to asked. There are enough of us willing to help.:D
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  4. djron

    djron Newbie
    Thread Starter

    me again. i am rooted:D:D:D thanks for the article on rooting it was painless:) couple of questions. do i need to install a custom rom to get free wifi tethering? and what roms do you all use and recommend.
  5. pinoy724

    pinoy724 Well-Known Member

    Well now your rooted tethering is free, although I've heard that you can tether for free even if your not rooted.

    I go back and forth between CM6.1 with Snapturbo 7.6 OCed to 1.19mhz, and Myn's 2.2 with Kings#11 kernal. Both are really fast. It's either asop or sense?
  6. No you don't. Once rooted, you can use your stock ROM to run the Wireless Tether app from the Marketplace. Myn's ROM does include unlocking the Sprint HotSpot feature on the Evo, if that is how you want to do it.
  7. djron

    djron Newbie
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    having hard time connecting to evo using wireless tether. running stock rom on rooted evo:thinking::thinking: any ideas
  8. flyjbaker

    flyjbaker Android Expert

  9. djron

    djron Newbie
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    the apk. pack worked:cool::cool:. before trying other roms what is the most i can do with stock rom?? by the way want to say thank you for everyone's help:)
  10. djron

    djron Newbie
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    Me again. I rooted the evo and loving the wifi tethering. for some reason it seems faster the pdanet. anyway i have noticed that one of the 1st apps that people get after rooting is titanium backup. Do i need it, if so why??:thinking:
  11. wake69

    wake69 Android Expert

    titanium backup backs up all your apps and settings, it is kinda nice when going from rom to rom, but when changing roms restore apps and data only. restoring settings can cause a lot of fcs. tb also can freeze bloatware and any apps you dont want.
  12. wrapkgb

    wrapkgb Android Expert

    Its not totally needed. Its preference I guess. It does all your backing up including data for apps I believe. I personally don't use it, insted I just use app brain to sync apps and gmail to sync contacts. Like I said its all preference. I dont really have a need to back anything else up.
  13. wrapkgb

    wrapkgb Android Expert

    Wake beat me to it! And good thing because i totally forgot to mention about freezing apps!
  14. I want my EVO

    I want my EVO Well-Known Member

    Titanium Back up is suggested for a few reasons.

    1.) You can make a Complete back up of your phone. So that when/ if you decide you want to fiddle with Roms/ Kernels and something messes up that you have a back up of it all that you can flash back to.

    2.) You can remove bloatware from the phone. This is nice to do because it frees up so much Sprint crap that you may not have ever used. It gives a good amount of space back to the phone as well.

    Edit: Beaten to the punch on this one...
  15. ExSaint

    ExSaint Android Enthusiast

    Is Titanium back up (DONATE VERSION) the only app that will freeze apps?
  16. wrapkgb

    wrapkgb Android Expert

    I believe so.
  17. djron

    djron Newbie
    Thread Starter

    hello again:D rooted for about 2 weeks and REALLY enjoying wi-tether, and adfree. know for the next step, do i have all that is needed to install custom ROM?? if so i would like to start slow and install a rom that still feels like sense. my next step is to play around with the CPU:)
  18. wrapkgb

    wrapkgb Android Expert

    Yup! As long as your rooted you are good to flash away!! Just remember make a nandroid first, just so you have something to fall back on incase something goes wrong! And make sure you wide data, cache and dalvik before you flash! Trust me once you flash your first rom its a no brainer after that! Have fun!
  19. uminchu

    uminchu Android Enthusiast

    I agree with everything wake says, especially about nandroids, and I would add one additional note of caution:

    Welcome to the addiction, say goodbye to your family and free time. :cool:
  20. djron

    djron Newbie
    Thread Starter

    to whom it may concern: i have rooted and i am addicted. My wife and kid have signed me up for rooters anonymous:D anyway getting back to enjoying life as a rooter. i am running myn's Warm TwoPointTwo (RLS3) Kernel #10. my question is what is a Kernel and what does it do?? Also what app can i use to play around with the cpu??? again thanks to all my fellow rooters and taking there time to answer not just my questions but all rooters like me:):)
  21. pinoy724

    pinoy724 Well-Known Member

    I believe that Kernal #10 is the stock kernal. I use Kings#11 Kernal to overclock. Here is the link [KERNEL] [] [HAVS] [BFS] [BFQ] KiNgxKernel #11/#11 "Con is an Artist" - xda-developers just boot into recovery and flash it like you would flash a rom.
    *Note* Do a nandroid backup before flashing a kernal, incase something goes wrong or if you don't like it.

    I use SetCPU to over and underclock. Here is my setup.
    Charging/Full- Max-1.19ghz, Min- 998mhz, set on performance
    Screen Off- Max- 384mhz, Min- 245mhz set on conservative priority 75

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