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One Click Perma Root For Amaze 4G
Nothing beats the smell of development early in the morning. The reason I say this is because it looks like as devices keep popping up on xda, they follow the same path as everything that finds a home here: show up, get rooted, get modded. This seems to be the case for one of the latest additions to the TMobile family, the Amaze 4G. We just learned that XDA Recognized Developer xboarder56 along with the help of a few other devs, has successfully perm rooted the device. At this point in time, the dev has only put out the rooting script, which seems to be a 1 touch root type of deal, but there is no eta for the recovery image that is currently being worked on. There are, however, various other things that you can do with a rooted device, most of which include playing with apps that the system would otherwise not allow you to use.
If you have an Amaze and would like to take this for a spin, please be sure that you leave feedback for the dev, particularly if you come across bugs.
guys this is a One Click Perm Root tool and its verified working. Even after reboot no more bricks like the old one Crack eyes made. It will root your phone and it will stay rooted after multipule reboots. Enjoy
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