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mr.peabody

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In my humble opinion, rooting a phone is quite the task ,but the rewards are quite rewarding(so i hear).here is my predicament, what site to trust with the .apk file to root an android 4.4.1 version.
 

Stony

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In my humble opinion, rooting a phone is quite the task ,but the rewards are quite rewarding(so i hear).here is my predicament, what site to trust with the .apk file to root an android 4.4.1 version.
Son, you seem to have no good reason of wanting to root your phone other than to follow the rooted crowd. Android gods are never too kind with your types, and they might decide you are better off doing some mjengo, at which point they will reward you with a brick. Please go ahead, I will be waiting for the second part of " I have bricked my phone, how do I ..............".
 
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Deorro

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Son, you seem to have no good reason of wanting to root your phone other than to follow the rooted crowd. Android gods are never too kind with your types, and they might decide you are better off doing some mjengo, at which point they will reward you with a brick. Please go ahead, I will be waiting for the second part of " I have bricked my phone, how do I ..............".
How do people brick their phones from rooting?
 

Hash_Tag

Village Elder
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Download iroot or kingoroot software to your pc. Install; connect phone to pc and everything happens automatically.
Ps; iroot is offline while kingoroot is online (needs net)
 

Smith_

Village Elder
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Android gods are never too kind with your types, and they might decide you are better off doing some mjengo, at which point they will reward you with a brick.
:D:D:D:D

@mr.peabody My take is, if you are the kind of person inquiring here as to the kind app or software to download for rooting, then u shouldn't DIY. Get a pro at a small fee. Talk to me nicely and I will get you a number.
 

mtadao

Village Elder
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The beauty of kingroot is it checks your phones rooting suitability and roots or rejects. But am always wary of these Chinese developers, they can hide spyware in these free apps.
 

Da Vinci

Village Elder
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Son, you seem to have no good reason of wanting to root your phone other than to follow the rooted crowd. Android gods are never too kind with your types, and they might decide you are better off doing some mjengo, at which point they will reward you with a brick. Please go ahead, I will be waiting for the second part of " I have bricked my phone, how do I ..............".
Tihihihi! I bricked mine for the same reason! Cost? 700/- and a whole day without Ktalk! :D:D:D
 
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