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  1. Swisaiahag

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    Things to do when you are Rooted
    Before preforming any of these things make sure you make a NANDROID BACKUP:

    *Uninstall system apps: Use this app or use a file manager. The app is the safest for someone who don't know what they are doing.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.droidware.uninstallmaster

    *Install Xposed framework, and modules: Xposed framework allows you to install and use modules. These modules (Unicon, theme manager, Xblast Tools, XuiMod,etc) allow you to edit/add many features onto your phone that would usually be included in custom ROMs.
    Here is the link to Xposed Framework:
    Xposed Installer | Xposed Module Repository
    Modules List:
    [INDEX][XPOSED][12/16] Collection of XPOSED Modules | Post Modules' request here! - xda-developers
    If you don't know what to do watch:
    How to Install Xposed Framework on Android - YouTube
    NO RIGHTS TO VIDEO OR WHATEVER , BLAH

    *Backup EFS :
    I suggest anyone whenever you root backup EFS. Cause once its lost there is no easy way to get it back. I had to buy another exhibit due to messed up EFS files. Here how to backup:
    [TOOL] Updated! 08/12/13 - EFS Professional v2.0.72 - With Qualcomm NV Tools! - xda-developers

    *Many more to come these are just the things that pop out!
     

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    Great! Gonna use the app to uninstall all the bloatware when I get my exhibit today!
     
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    Is there an ODIN installer to add CWM recovery to the exhibit?
     
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    Download recovey StockCWMPhilz RecoveryMake sure you have USB drivers installed:http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2038555Put your phone in download mode: To enter download mode1.Power off your phone2.Hold volume down button, home button ,and power button until it enters download mode then connect USB cable.Wait for drivers to installDownload Odin:xda-developers Odin:*1.Make sure only Auto Reboot and F.Rest time is checked2.Click PDA choose recovery downloaded earlierClick start.To enter recovery:Turn off the device.Press and hold the following three buttons at the same time:*Volume Up keyHome keyPower keyWhen the phone vibrates let go.
     
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    Could you re-post the links?
     
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