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Windows 7: I'm afraid of android and can't learn

24 Oct 2012   #11

Windows 8 - 64-bit
 
 

I've read all of the above messages.. I'm thinking it might have helped the person who began this thread.,
if someone would have taken that person under their wing to assist in doing the Rom thing.. rooted, or even what those terms mean at this point ( I noticed they didn't seem to understand how those items work or how to get started.)
( I have no idea how that's done, I've only read about those thing ).. and flashing an expensive piece of
equipment scares the tar out of me.. I've yet to even think of giving it a go, or of rooting either of my tablets.
I have horrors of seeing a huge brick on my desk. looking like either of my tablets.
I don't mean to know the posters mind on what i've said, only their last post above.
I would need a lot of hands on help if I was going to try anything mentioned here.
All of you guys are way over my head.
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24 Oct 2012   #12

Vista Home Premium, contemplating moving to Linux
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by LADYPINKtomato1 View Post
I've read all of the above messages.. I'm thinking it might have helped the person who began this thread.,
if someone would have taken that person under their wing to assist in doing the Rom thing.. rooted, or even what those terms mean at this point ( I noticed they didn't seem to understand how those items work or how to get started.)
( I have no idea how that's done, I've only read about those thing ).. and flashing an expensive piece of
equipment scares the tar out of me.. I've yet to even think of giving it a go, or of rooting either of my tablets.
I have horrors of seeing a huge brick on my desk. looking like either of my tablets.
I don't mean to know the posters mind on what i've said, only their last post above.
I would need a lot of hands on help if I was going to try anything mentioned here.
All of you guys are way over my head.
Yeah. No way would I root my tablet. Cost me a big chunk.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
24 Oct 2012   #13

windows 7 professional & ultimate 64bit laptops
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by LADYPINKtomato1 View Post
I've read all of the above messages.. I'm thinking it might have helped the person who began this thread.,
if someone would have taken that person under their wing to assist in doing the Rom thing.. rooted, or even what those terms mean at this point ( I noticed they didn't seem to understand how those items work or how to get started.)
( I have no idea how that's done, I've only read about those thing ).. and flashing an expensive piece of
equipment scares the tar out of me.. I've yet to even think of giving it a go, or of rooting either of my tablets.
I have horrors of seeing a huge brick on my desk. looking like either of my tablets.
I don't mean to know the posters mind on what i've said, only their last post above.
I would need a lot of hands on help if I was going to try anything mentioned here.
All of you guys are way over my head.

thanks so much. my AT&T Samsung SGH-S959G is from straight talk/walmart.
It does not have the developement options as a contract/unlocked phone. I can't root due to this model is not supported YET...

stay well
~Carmine
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