On Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 9:19 AM, Russell Coker <russell(a)coker.com.au> wrote:
On Wed, 13 Aug 2014 10:29:13 Paul Dwerryhouse wrote:
On 12/08/14 16:03, Russell Coker wrote:
Failing that has anyone got KDE's support for
media devices to work with
Android 4.4 device connected via USB?
Or root your phone, install busybox (or Debian) and run an ssh/sftp
How reliable is the process of rooting a phone using instructions such as the
above? Can I expect it to work without wiping the phone data?
I cant speak for the nexus4root but have used heimdall to root and/or
install customs Roms on 3 GS3's a galaxy note 10.1 and a galaxy TAB 2
all with no problems to date YMMV
Normal rules apply fully charge battery be patient if it takes some
time and as always there is a small risk of bricking if power goes out
etc but that can be mitigated a bit by using a laptop with a fully
charged battery as well to do the job
The Nexus 4 doesn't have the external SD card
issue, but it would still be
nice to have it rooted if possible.
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