Tuesday, May 24, 2016

How To Root/Unroot/Unlock/Flash TWRP Recovery in Google 4

How To Root/install CWM Recovery in the 4 (MSkip Toolkit Method)
By editandroid.blogspot.com

I. Before You Begin1. This will only work on .II. Install the Toolkit and Drivers1. Download the MSkip Toolkit for your device below and save it to your desktop.Download From Here2. Double click the Toolkit to launch it.3.ClickNext4. If the next screen asks you for what version of the 4 you have, select that option and hit enter.5. Type 1 and hit enter to install drivers.6.On the phone, pull down the notifiion shade and click on Settings, then click on About Phone then keep tapping on Build until it says you are a developer. Then hit back and select the new Developer Options and turn ON USBdebuggingmode.7. Once done, plug in your 4 via USB cable toyourcomputer.III. Root the 4 and Install ClockworkMod Recovery1. Get back to the main menu, type 2 and hit enter to get to the rooting options.2.Type 8 to do the 1-Click for All option (if he has updated his toolkit the may be different, just look for whatever option is for all in one).3. When itasks you if the device is in fastboot mode, turn off the phone, then turn it back on by holding down volume up, volume down, and power at the same time until it turns on.4. Unplug and replug in the device to have it install fastboot drivers.5. After drivers install, continue with the on screen instructions.6.*If you have issues getting fastboot driversdownload the manualdrivers hernd extract them to your desktop. Then, with the device plugged in, go to Srch and look for control panel, then srch fordevicemanagerand open it. Scroll down and look for a device called Android with an exclamation point next to it.Riglickit and say update drivers. Select browse my computer for drivers and then select theusbdriverfolder that was crted on your desktop when you extracted the .zip file you just downloaded and then click open. Make sure check subfolders is checked on and then click next and wait for it toinstallthedrivers.
How to Unlock the 4/10 Bootloaders without Fastboot bootloaders of theseries devices have always been sier, you just plug-in your device and start Fastboot and issue a simple command and voila, your bootloaders unlocked. While this seems pretty sy to PC users, Linux and Mac users have always been in lack of such siness. Such users do not have to worry any longer as anXDAuser has developed an app that does what it’s supposed to: unlock the bootloader. As I mention it’s an app, you just have to grab it from Google Play and launch it on the device. To help you out on how the app can be used, we’ve a nice guide just below. Follow it and get your bootloaders unlocked.I. Before You Begin:1. The procedure works on4and 10 devices only.2. You must have rooted your device before doing this procedure.II. Downloading Required Files:1.BootUnlocker(Google Play Link)III. 4/10 Bootloaders without Fastboot:1. Use the link provided above to install the BootUnlocker app on your device.2. Once installed, launch it from yourAppDrawer.3. You’ll find two options in the app, hit theUnlockbutton and it’ll unlock the bootloaders.
Hit the Unlock button4. Follow any instructions displayed on your screen.5. And you’re done!Grt! The bootloaders of your device have been successfully unlocked. Should you need to relock them at a later time, just fire-up the app and hit Lock button.
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