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lgl34c help after root

« on: March 17, 2015, 11:16:20 PM »
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  • mamabare

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     hello ladies and gentleman its mambear here... the noob,, i have been searching everywhere for help as to what to do next to get the best out my rooted phone, i have l34c on net10 wireless although i havent figured any way that my phone is any different than what it was because nothin has really changed, i just got 2.8.5 twrp recovery successfully flashed on my phonenow could anyone point me into the right direction as to what to do next as to what rom to try to install or any other mod knowledge anyone has ? this is my first rooted device and i want to get the best out my experience, i already had to fight the loops of uninstalling my keyboard and having ch google voice for a third party keyboard apk file and download it to have a means of a keyboard because i wasnt sure what i was doing at first but could someone help me out i appreciate any offers,,, thanks
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    Re: lgl34c help after root

    « Reply #1 on: March 18, 2015, 04:48:29 AM »
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    Okay mamabare, I'll give this a shot. The Fuel does not have any custom roms available at this time. The main problem is the bootloader, which is locked, and also has very stringent security and verification processes. Many of these devices have been unretrievably bricked by even the most experienced root users and devs. Any recovery or boot image used on this device must first be bumped (altered to fool the verification process). So far compiling boot image from source code has lead to disaster. We do have recoveries, as you already know. And we also have a modified boot image (not from source code) that has 3 advantages. First, it allows us to boot into recovery from power off by pressing the volume up button (either repeatedly, or once at the correct time). Second, it enables adb (android debug bridge) access by default, so that you don't have to be able to boot into the operating system to answer the rsa security prompt in order to allow your computer to have access to your phone. Last, but not least, is initd support, which allows running scripts at startup. This can potentially enable any number of modifications. Certain root apps also require initd (link2sd for one). However, some modifications have also rendered these devices unusable. Bottom line...if you are not sure, and it has not been tested on this phone (or at least similar) don't try it. And, as always, check the free space on your external sd card, reboot into recovery, and... MAKE A BACKUP!!!

    EDIT: Forgot to mention that we also do not have access to download mode, diagnostics, or fastboot (or at least not yet).
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    Re: lgl34c help after root

    « Reply #2 on: March 18, 2015, 08:38:08 PM »
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      not afraid of mods_dont get mad at bricks
    you can uninstall a bunch of bloat. ive about doubled the free memory on my fuel allowing me to do more of  what i want since it not doing a million tasks for google. i even had play store and services gone. phone really ran fast and smooth w/o them two. put em back on temporarily due to a speed bump with installing apps. soon as i work that out they're gone again. im a newb also this is my first post. wanna thank everyone here. I've learned a lot here and am studying. i hope to be able to contribute soon▀
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    Re: lgl34c help after root

    « Reply #3 on: March 19, 2015, 06:06:57 AM »
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    As a newbie Android user with a rooted LG L34C, how do you go about deleting the bloatware?
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    Re: lgl34c help after root

    « Reply #4 on: March 19, 2015, 11:17:54 AM »
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    trial and error sir. i got my first android a few years ago and it woke up my inner geek. i missed him lol. every since ive been trying to teach myself to program and develope. and have bricked a hawaii (probably spelled wrong)  a centura and this fuel atleast 10 times. the main tools i used are twrp x-plore file manager and lucky patcher. i mainly use lp as an awsome app manager. don't keep many apps long enough to worry about cracking them. i mostly wanna know the system and didn't like my phone telling me what i could do. now i wanna do this for a living. my hands are tired of the wrenches and hammers.
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    Re: lgl34c help after root

    « Reply #5 on: March 19, 2015, 11:31:59 AM »
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      not afraid of mods_dont get mad at bricks
    maybe im starting to shed my newb stats, its hard to gauge where my understanding is at w/o any background or contacts in the field. i do know that aa51 xda and jenkov.com are awsome sites for anyone wanting to learn. i hope im not breaking any rules im still getting used to navigation of the forums
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    Re: lgl34c help after root

    « Reply #6 on: March 19, 2015, 11:38:15 AM »
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    es file explorer will do what you want......be very careful in what you delete one mistake and your phone will be a brick..................i believe theres a link in the fuel forum ( posted by bccric ) that has what files can be deleted safely so far..............
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    Re: lgl34c help after root

    « Reply #7 on: March 19, 2015, 11:47:28 AM »
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    thank you sir. i will definitely check it out. i see you all over the site and have lotta repect for you. if i can assist you in any way i would be honoured to here from you
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    Re: lgl34c help after root

    « Reply #8 on: March 20, 2015, 11:45:24 AM »
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    Oh how I hate that LG locks their bootloaders...
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    Re: lgl34c help after root

    « Reply #9 on: March 21, 2015, 12:47:37 AM »
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  • cmack77

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    mamabare did you get anywhere with your performance. after i finally rooted my old centrua(took me a couple of months diggin online) i was wonderin now what. ive since come to understand that root doesn't do anything to tweek a device. what it does is give you and your apps access to the things that can.
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    Re: lgl34c help after root

    « Reply #10 on: March 29, 2015, 11:20:41 AM »
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  • mamabare

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    I did find lil tweaks here and there that seem to work. Androidomizer, root booster, xposed framework with muid mod, pimp my Rom alpha, I into themes and graphics more so than performance though. I can't run any LWP though sucks. I went from Samsung s 2 on 4.0.4 Icecreme to the l34c KK not by choice but its easier experimentation wen device replacements only $30 rather $230 lol. I a newb in Android but I was in marines for 4 yrs in communication. so I somewat familiar with C language and Linux
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