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Used an app from XDA and did it on XP. This app didn't unlock the bootloader, just gave access to Superuser and root. (D00MLoRD) Didn't have to reinstall the few ...
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    Used an app from XDA and did it on XP. This app didn't unlock the bootloader, just gave access to Superuser and root. (D00MLoRD)

    Didn't have to reinstall the few apps I had which was nice. I installed Titanium Backup and Dropbox.

    Dropbox had good instructions for installing. Went great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weezyrider View Post
    Used an app from XDA and did it on XP. This app didn't unlock the bootloader, just gave access to Superuser and root. (D00MLoRD)

    Didn't have to reinstall the few apps I had which was nice. I installed Titanium Backup and Dropbox.

    Dropbox had good instructions for installing. Went great.
    Yeah. Android is very flexible, and lets you do stuff that is non-standard (ie, not idiot-proof) without requiring that you give up your first-born, an arm, and a leg to do so!
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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