How to temp unroot Samsung Galaxy S III? That’s a question that I don’t even think of until a reader said that he can’t access Readers Hub on rooted Samsung Galaxy S3. Hmm… If you use any Android applications that disallow you to run on rooted Android devices, you can try out this method…
Tag: Readers Hub
How to temp unroot Samsung Galaxy Note II? Yes, Readers Hub can’t be used on rooted Samsung Galaxy Note 2. You need to remove root access in order to use it. Well, not quite. Just uninstall and remove SuperSU (if you root Galaxy Note 2 with CF-Auto-Root). And you are ready to use Readers Hub again… Note – You need to install Superuser from Google Play Store after remove SuperSU. Readers Hub is working fine with Superuser.
Samsung Galaxy S III does not have much Samsung own applications (bloatware) this time. Just loaded with ChatON, Game Hub, Samsung Apps, S Memo, S Planner, S Suggest and S Voice. Where is the Flipboard that exclusive to Samsung Galaxy S3? Well, there are several applications are not installed by default but you can download them yourself manually. They are Photo editor, Flipboard, MiniDiary, S Baro, Application monitor, My Story, KiesCast, Readers Hub and Family Story. Hmm… I can’t find Polaris Office and Social Hub anywhere. Missing in action?