If you are on Verizon Wireless you could shell out almost $600 to purchase a Developer Edition Samsung Galaxy S III with an unlocked bootloader. Or you could follow this guide which shows you how to unlock the bootloader on the regular Samsung Galaxy S III for Verizon.
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UPDATE: This root method has been blocked. Please see this guide for the new root method.
The HTC One X is a bit notorious for its rooting procedure, but we will show you how to the easy way.
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Samsung’s newest addition to their Galaxy S-series is quite powerful. But how can we take complete control over this phones power? Here’s your guide to a rooted S3!
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Only a few days after it’s release, the Galaxy Note 10.1 was already rooted, and if you’re the lucky owner of a Galaxy Note 10.1 GT-N8000, then we at dotTech have a guide for you.
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You have updated your Nexus S to Jelly Bean or Ice Cream Sandwich and now you want root access. Who do you call? No one. Just follow this guide and you should have root back on your Android 4.x Nexus S (any variant) in no time.
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