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Root Samsung Galaxy S2 VirginMobile? Please help

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by eliasadee101, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. eliasadee101

    eliasadee101 New Member
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    hey guys! how di Root Samsung Galaxy S2 VirginMobile? please help! very important. i want to get screencast. thank you a million! please provide links!
     

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  2. DragonSlayer95

    DragonSlayer95 Resident Air Bender
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  3. TheBritton

    TheBritton Resident Galaxy Cat
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    Also, if all you're looking for is a rooted stock without a custom recovery then you can also use this:
    http://androidforums.com/showthread.php?t=658471

    If you want a custom recovery, then the link DragonSlayer so kindly posted is a safe bet. If that method fails or if you ever accidentally do something wrong you can always use the Link to stock rom I just posted to get ya back to stock ;)
    Good luck! Post if ya need more help. This forum is full of nice people.
     
  4. miediev

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  5. miediev

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    Android tablets don't connect to ad-hoc networks by default, and tether apps default to ad-hod mode. There are several ways around this: You can download WiFi Tether for Root Users and change the device-profile to Samsung Epic Touch 4g and the setup-method to Netd. There are a lot of settings in there that you can tinker with. If that doesn't work, you can replace the wpa_supplicant file on your tablet with one that's been modified to see ad-hoc networks. I'd search the xda forums. I found an app that automates the wpa_supplicant replacement, you can try that out if you're brave enough: WiFi Ad Hoc enabler for Android
     

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