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Discussion in 'Galaxy S3 Development' started by BeansTown106, Jun 21, 2013.
Is there anyway to unroot once you've rooted using this method?
I would also like to check and see if this can be undone in the same process or do i have to flash back? thanks
I keep getting a message that the integrity of CASUAL was compromised. I've turned off all virusware and downloaded it three times. No dice. What should I do?
I did this yesterday without a hitch. This is one of the benefits. Stock ROM just rooted, and instant USB support. Click to see better image
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After doing this I should have no problem installing Cyanogen?
I am already rooted, but now wish to install custom roms. What is the recommended method to now unlock the bootloader and install TWRP?
only way to unroot and relock is to flash the new odin stock image
D2VZW-CASUAL-R734bBeansTown106.jar | by BeansTown106 use this and pick option 2 and then option 3.
this is a new version of the casual but is still being worked on it will say disconnected even though its connected
I d/l the file to my computer, but when i try to open it, i get a message saying could not find the main class, casual.casual.app. program will exit
OK, I rooted my VZW gs3 a few weeks ago and now I'm hearing a lot about this JB 4.3 update coming next month. I used this casual root method and all went very well. How do I unroot without deleting all of my apps and current settings, in other words how do i unroot without going back to scratch? I have the Verizon Samsung S3 SCH-I532 or something like that.
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
help im stuck I did the process everything went ok but im lost as how to get back to my home screen and using the phone
I had a digital meltdown recently with my GS3 (Verizon) and had to replace the board. Lost all my data. I had to reroot so I could reinstall ROM Manager, Titanium Backup, etc. and get back to where I was. This worked fabulously. So very easy. Thankyouthankhyouthankyou.
OK, so now I'm rooted and have been for awhile. The 4.3 update is scheduled for my (Verizon Galaxy S3) phone soon. How do I unroot for the update, and then will this method work for me to root again?