Ok! I got my new Nexus 4 last night and now I’m rooting it! Since I had experienced rooting Nexus S and Galaxy R, I’am pretty confident to do that again to my really new phone. It is better to do it as early as possible because rooting the phone always means resetting the [...]
Hate the performance and poor apps compatibilty for 4.1.1. I decided to rollback my phone to 2.3.6.
Luckily I did a full nand backup using clockworkmod and here is how I rollback the phone
Copy the nand backup to /sdcard/clockworkmod/backup Setting / Application settings / Development / Click USB debugging Switch off the [...]
I have a rooted Nexus S running 2.3.6 and recently upgraded to ICS 4.0.4 through OTA upgrade.
I’m sooooooo happy that the superuser package is still there and the ICS is already rooted after OTA.
However, a week after ICS upgrade, I received superuser app upgrade notice from Play Store and I gratefully hit [...]
Steps below is how I setup OpenVPN client on my Nexus S to connect to the OpenVPN server on my Synology NAS DS207+.
Root the phone first. Go to market and download busybox . Install busybox to /system/xbin. Go to market and download ES File Explorer. Using ES file explorer and mount root / [...]
Tested device: GRK39F I9023 Android vers: 2.3.6
I just received OTA 4.0.4 update notification from my rooted nexus s
Rooting a device requires RESETTING the phone. This will erase ALL EXISTING DATA on your phone’s memory, SD card and usb storage!
Rooting also can brick your phone and void your [...]