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Who has rooted/jailbreaked their mobile phone?

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    Who has rooted/jailbreaked their mobile phone? And if so, which phone?

    I have rooted my Samsung Galaxy Note Edge SM-N915-FY
     

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    A long time ago I rooted my Samsung Galaxy Gio and used Clockworkmod to install Android 4.x. Now I have a non-rooted Samsung Galaxy Note 2. I think it's risky to root this one :)

    I dont want to brick my phone. I know its easy to root, but I am afraid that it will go the wrong way. + I have also apps that wont work if a device is rooted.

    2 apps (offered by our ISP) to watch tv on our mobile device.
     
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    Why dou think that? When i had the note 2 i had rooted it 2 days. My note 3 also

    Okay. What kind of apps are yhey? Till now I didn't find any app that won't work on a rooted device.
     
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    I jailbreaked my Iphone before, but know i just put the original IOS on it.
     

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    Rooted Oneplus One, Optimus F6, S4, Samsung Tab, Ipods
     

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    If rooting was more easier I would go for it. Jailbroken iPhone all the time!
     

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    Rooting more easy? I have done it within 7 minutes!
     

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    JAilbroke my iphone and that shit was popping. But that was 3 years ago
     

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    Is it easier to Jailbreak or is it easier to Root?
     

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    I think it is Easier to root.
     

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    ist easy to root
     

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    I have jailbreak my iphone 5 running ios 8.1
     

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    I rooted my infuse and jb my iphone 5 and 4
     

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    Becareful with jailbreaking your phone. 1/4 million iphones were hacked recently
     

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    And which Iphones were hacked?
    What is hacked? And who has hacked them?
     

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    rooted note 4 - with lollipop 5.0.1

    I have a note 4 that is rooted with android 5.1.1 . Rooting makes for great enhancements to the phone which would otherwise not be possible.

    rooted. you should get the xposed mod. It allows you to control almost all the featured of your phone the way you would want too.
     
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    I tend to root every phone that I get. I've rooted all 3 smartphones I've had so far. How easy a phone is too root and how much development support it has is also key in my decision of getting a phone. So far I've rooted an HTC HD2, Moto G, and Oneplus One
     

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    i rooted my first android device that i owned, a htc wildfire...loved it
     

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    rooted my nexus 5, running xposed framework with stock android is the best!
     

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    True! However, if you also install a custom Rom (which I did on my Note Edge), you will create more possibilities on the Note 4.
     

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