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Tips for Hacking Android Devices

  1. Never flash, root, or hack your Android device unless it has more than 80% battery life.
  2. Ensure you have at least an hour to flash or hack your Android device and always have access to a computer.
  3. Always make a Nandroid backup before flashing anything to your Android, just in case.
  4. Research thoroughly. Read numerous forums and watch instructional videos before attempting any modifications. If you don’t understand something, you might make mistakes.
  5. Remember to express gratitude to those who help you, including developers and fellow enthusiasts.
  6. Every Android device is unique, with its own set of tricks and potential issues, so study up accordingly.
  7. Learn how to return the device to its stock condition before attempting any hacking—whether that involves SBF, AP fastboot, FX, Odin, or ADB file transfers.
  8. The Android community is a welcoming place; there are no stupid questions.
  9. Make sure you know all the device information in the settings before hacking, including the model number, Android version, build number, and more.
  10. The most common problem during rooting or using a utility is driver installation. Download and run the driver install files, then connect your device to your PC. Enable USB debugging in the device settings (usually under developer options). Additionally, ensure the Android device is set to all available USB modes, which can be adjusted in the notification bar. If issues persist, use a program like USBDeview for driver uninstallation and reinstallation. You can find it on the My Downloads page.

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  1. i got a amazon fire tab 7″ 5th gen, one day it just got a black screen with some light, i think it was broken but, when try to press power button a message for power off appears and say Do ypu want to shut down your fire? and then cancel or OK options, i restart but when restart just appears the wallpaper on back the screen, i restore firmware as i understand this solve this problem with your videos as a guide, but, i can make it works, i mean, the firmware load rigth but when everything is load and restart the tablet just the wallpaper appears.

  2. Hello Rootjunky,

    I have an question I’ve got an j3 2016. Android version 7.0, FRP is On, And is has pattern lock. is there any way, to remove the pattern to recover the data?

    Software wise
    Hardware wise.

    On some hindi sites I found S.Boot file with a odin flashable Remove pattern without lose data.tar.
    But it was for a different model.

    i don’t give shit about the phone, it is the intel on it i need.

    have you got any suggestions, could you please help me out?

  3. I end up with these darn things when people want money and they know I like to fiddle with learning to fix them but they also fail to give me the info that theyre frp locked and dont have the info supposedly,pisses me off but they probably figure ill just give them back, lol, anyway ive not been able to get into either of these tablet A 8 .0 or the tablet E, no talkback,no google keyboard, no search when i get to a feedback option at all, nothings working,im not that great with computers and all the stuff to download on my new All in One? Im too scared and its so confusing can you please please help me with them? I pretty much only watch your videos stick wuth what i know lol,please answer me on this
    Kelly E

  4. I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and years ago I successfully rooted with Odin but never really utilized root. I confirmed root with root checker. Somehow, I lost root and then discovered that in opening SuperSU, I got a dialog box stating “there is no SU binary installed. If you just upgraded to Android 4.3, (I actually have 4.4.2) you need to manually re-root. consult the relevant forum for your device!”
    I am not very literate reguarding root and would appreciate any help, assistance, solutions to get root back so I can finally use it to get bloatware off my tablet which I love. Thanks in advance.

  5. I was trying to unlock a Samsung smart watch SM-R382.
    Everything was going very well and I had it unlocked.
    Then I think I hit it with step 7 or 8 and now gear watch live tool says the
    R3AF700RBHB is unauthorized ????
    Most function on the tool will not communicate to watch.
    What can I do to rectify this problem.
    The system works well except for my stupidest.

  6. tablet is not working. it is not fix it it is dead wont off staying on wait like 2 or 3 hour i wont finally i wanna talk to u about tablet i restart and i dont remember password i wont to factory reset this is tablet twp home +volume up + power on to twp samsung tab 3 t217s i will give you a tablet then give me a it tomorrow thank you


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