Amazon Fire 5th gen SuperTool

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Amazon Fire 5th gen 7in tablet SuperTool

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NOTE This tool has been Tested and built for the Amazon Fire 5th gen 7in tablet. some features may work on other 5th gen tablets but use it at your own risk.
Features
WINDOWS VERSION
1. ADB driver install and test
2. Install Google play store plus remove ads on some fire os versions
3. block ota updates
4. boot device to twrp recovery 5.0.1 and below
5. Install FlashFire App
6. root amazon Fire 5th gen on android 5.3.1 and below
7. replace stock fire launcher with Nova launcher
8. remove lock screen ads on fire os 5.3.1 and below
9. Update SuperTool Files

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LINUX AND MAC VERSION
Install Google play store plus remove ads on some fire os versions
block ota updates
Install FlashFire App
root amazon Fire 5th gen on android 5.3.1 and below
replace stock fire launcher with Nova launcher
remove lock screen ads on fire os 5.3.1

New Version of SuperTool available as of 10-5-16

Link to Supertool HERE

video instructions HERE

Big thanks to all the devs that have put is some awesome work on this device.

 

please comment and let me know if it has any problems or if you have a feature you would like added

Thanks RootJunky

 

If you like this SuperTool then you should really check out some of my other Supertools batch scripts HERE

Debloater Tool for Android

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Debloater by Gatesjunior

This is one amazing Debloater Tool for Android devices on all android version from Lollipop to Gingerbread

How to disable or block Bloatware on your android device

Background:
So after many times of going back and forth blocking / disabling apps on my devices through the command line and or shell, I decided to write a program to make this all much easier for myself. Well, after I got it all finally running and doing what I wanted, for each particular device I own, I decided that his was a pretty nice program and I wanted to share it with the community. After all, this community is where I started and learned a lot of the things I know today. So why not share with my family of Android enthusiasts.

Requirements:
The program requires that your manufacturer USB drivers are installed for your specific device as well as the following:
• Windows Operating System
• USB Debugging turned on for your device
• Root or KitKat running on your phone
• Run as administrator, both Windows 7 and Windows 8 (Right click on shortcut, go to properties and then click compatibility tab and at the bottom choose Run as Administrator)

What does it do?:
• Block / Disable applications on your device
• UnBlock / Enable applications on your device
• Allow UnBlock / Enable all applications at once on your device
• Allows filtering of the displayed packages for quicker decision making

So, essentially what it does is this. It will disable / block any system and third party application on your device with ease and allow you to enable / unblock the application just as easy. It also reads everything, real-time, directly from your device, so that there are no messy batch files, scripts and txt files, etc. that you have to maintain and keep track of for every device you own. I mean let’s be honest, most of us own more than one device. Phones, tablets, etc. Who wants to maintain all those scripts and files for every device? The other nice thing that this program does is allow you to, at a granular level, control what is blocked/disabled and what is not. There are quite a few scripts and things like this available in the community that give everyone a start on what to disable/block, but who wants to scour through these scripts and decide what they want or don’t want with something someone else put together. The other nice feature of the program is it will display information for you about your device. Such as Model number, Serial number and battery status. As well as whether or not your device is rooted or not.

What audience of device does it support?:
This program supports many devices. It will support any device running KitKat, whether rooted or not. That’s right, if your running KitKat, your device does not need to be rooted. If you’re running anything other than KitKat, your device does need to be rooted. As long as these requirements are met the program will run. The program will also auto-detect whether or not your device is supported. So if you are not sure, plug it in and let the program tell you. If your device is not supported, it will put up a message saying as much and close the program.

Program Functionality:
The first thing you need to make sure of is that USB debugging is turned on for your device. The video at the end of this OP is a must to watch. It will describe this process as well as allowing adb shell permissions.
So when you first connect your device you will need to wait for the program to detect your device and whether or not it is supported. Once this is established, usually within a couple of seconds, it will display a warning message to you reminding you to be careful with what you disable and block. Yes, it will allow you, if your device is supported, to disable/block even system dependent applications. This message will also include, if your device does not support block mode, a message indicating that block mode is not supported and that it will disable the applications. Here is a sample screenshot of this.

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Once the program has initialized, and the warning message has been presented, it will put you into the main program screen itself which will look like the following.

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From here the first thing you need to do is click the Read Phone Packages button on the upper left. This will initiate the process to start reading all of the applications on your device and then list them in a list in the window. It will also indicate to you what it detects as applications that are already disabled/blocked on your device by putting a checkmark in the box next to the application. It will look similar to this.

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As you can see it will tell you in the upper right how many applications it detects as blocked and not blocked. You will notice that on the bottom left it has an indicator that is labeled Synced. As you make changes to the device application listing this will turn red. In other words, it will indicate whether you have made changes to the device application listing since the last sync. Also, in the upper right there is a counter labeled Changed. This indicates the number of changes you have made to the device application listing since last sync.

Once you have made any changes to the device application listing an Apply button will show up in the upper left replacing the existing Read Phone Packages button, it will look like the following.

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Once you click the Apply button the existing changes you made to the device application listing will be applied to your device. Keep in mind that you can disable/block and enable/unblock applications all at the same timeand then apply those changes to your device. After you have applied the changes to your device a message will be displayed stating the status of your changes as seen below.

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Once the changes are applied to your phone you now just click the Read Phone Packages button again to reload the information from your phone and you will now notice that the application(s) you just made changes to will indicate as much in the refreshed listing. As seen below.

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You will notice that the particular application I asked it to disable/block has now a check mark next to it indicating that the device itself has disabled/blocked this application.

So now on to filtering. Lets say you want to limit the listing to specific items you are searching for within the package name. Like packages that contain “vzw” for Verizon. You will see below by clicking the filter checkbox and then typing in what I want to filter on and click apply, it will limit the list to your specific filter criteria.

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And here is the results of our filter below.

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From here I can make changes to the listing, by checking the box next to the packages or I can simply uncheck the filter checkbox and return back to the full listing unfiltered.

You can also enter multiple words in the filter separated by a space, so you could enter “vzw Samsung” as an example.

O.k., so far so good. Now let’s say that you want to enable/unblock all the applications on your device. Maybe you’re selling it or maybe you have an issue with it and you want your carrier to take a look at it. By clicking the Unblock All Packages button and then click Apply this will enable/unblock all applications on your device. As if it is back to factory with no changes made.

Well community people that is it. I hope you enjoy the program as much as I do and look forward to your feedback. Gatesjunior signing out…

Download link: HERE

P.S. Video will be coming hopefully tomorrow, created and done by my friend: RootJunky, whom which spent a lot of time helping QA this bad boy !!

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Moto E Super Tool

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Moto E Super Tool

This is a little script tool I made up for the Moto E XT1023 The Firmware restore will only work on the XT1023 but all other options should work on all the variants of the Moto E
It is really simple. But requires a unlocked bootloader video HERE If you need help with bootloader unlock
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Download the Moto E Super Tool
extract the tool to your desktop
Turn on usb debugging mode on the device
install the Motorola drivers
Run the Moto E 1 Moto-E-Restore-XT1023.bat file
then just select what you want to do
1. Root your Moto E
2. Flash TWRP Recovery
3. Flash Stock Android Recovery
4. Flash CWM recovery
5. Remove the unlocked bootloader warning
6. Fully restore the Moto E to stock
7. Fully restore plus Relock the bootloader

Newest release V2
Change Log

Vision 1 first release
Version 2
updated TWRP
Updated Supersu.zip

DOWNLOAD SUPER TOOL

Hope this will help out some noobs

Amazon Fire TV Super Tool

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Amazon Fire TV Super Tool

Warning use this tool at your own risk i am not responsible for you bricking your device
That being said lets talk about what this does and how it works

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How it works
1. your Fire TV Must have root and busy box installed plus adb network turned on for this to work
2. click on 2 amazon fire tv firmware installer.bat
3. follow script to install everything you will need
4. if you are having trouble watch my youtube video

Tool Options
1 Root device
2. install fire tv launcher
3. disable ota updates
4. install cwm recovery
5. firmware downgrade and restore to software version 51.1.0.2_user_510058520 for CWM recovery install
6. Partially unlock the bootloader

Newest versoin V5

Amazon Fire TV Super Tool
CHANGE LOG

V1 release
V2
added root
added firedtv launcher
added ota disable
cleaned up tool
new interface
V3
total rework
added CWM recovery
added recovery restore as part of firmware restore
V4
added option 6 unlock the partially bootloader
V5
updated CWM recovery file
added Boot menu install option to tool

Link to script tool HERE
Firmware is include in the Super Tool from V3 on

Video on how to use this script tool
Amazon Fire TV Firmware installer Tool

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LG G Watch Super Tool

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LG G Watch Super Tool

Hi Guy this is RootJunky again with a nice little tool i made up to help you out with your LG G watches
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Things this tool can do
List
Install the drivers needed and test them.
Unlock bootloader
Relock bootloader
Flash stock recovery
Flash stock boot image (note if you flashed rootboot.img instead of booting it. this will fix your device)
Restore the device if bricked. (or if you just want stock back)
Root the G watch
Flash TWRP Recovery to the G Watch
Install a Reboot to Recovery App

Lastest Version V9.3
That is it and here is a Link
DOWNLOAD HERE

VIDEO
How to use this tool video

Change Log

VERSION 4
based on wear version KMV78V
Added linux and mac support
VERSION 5
Updated TWRP recovery which fixed the offset screen in twrp
VERSION 5.1
Hopefully fixed the ota update problem please let me know thanks
VERSION 6
All restore files based on new OTA update KMV78Y
removed linux and mac tool until i can fix it
ota update failure fix with version 5.1 and should be good from now on. sorry about that
VERSION 6.1
Added Linux and Mac back into the tool
VERSION 7
Updated to KGW42Q
updated newest TWRP recovery 2.8.0.0
VERSION 8
Updated to KNX01Q 4.4W.2
VERSION 9
Updated to LWX48P Android 5.0.1
Updated to New TWRP Recovery
Root option doesnt work at this time but if using the restore feature it is pre rooted. you can even use it to root then just dont wipe data at the end.
VERSION 9.1
Added Linux and mac script back into the mix
VERSION 9.3
Added Root for Lollipop.

Thanks and Enjoy
LINK TO MY VIDEO THREAD ON THE LG G WATCH
Hopefully More To Come
Please Let me Know if there are any errors. Note (Now Works with Mac, Windows, and Linux Thanks to John Hale)
NOTE dont forget to chmod +x the .sh file for mac and linux. I dont run mac and linux myself so testing the tool is difficult for me.
RootJunky Out

Thanks to
Chain fire for Root
Dees Troy for TWRP
Matt groff for Teaching me Batch Scripts

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Motorola Moto 360 Super Tool

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Motorola Moto 360 Super Tool

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 Download the Super Tool HERE at RootJunkysdl.com

Motorola Moto 360 Super Tool Options

1. Install adb and fastboot drivers from motorola and test them

2. unlock the bootloader of the watch

3. relock the bootloader of the watch

4. flash stock wear recovery image

5. flash stock wear boot image

6. restore your Moto 360 to stock KGW42N official

7. Root the Moto 360

8. flash TWRP recovery coming soon i hope

9. boot to stock recovery from bootloader mode

Requirements to use this Motorola Moto 360 Super tool

USB interface cable. if you need one watch this video on how to make it

Download the Super Tool HERE at RootJunkysdl.com 

Know how to remove the watch band. check this VIDEO

May have a Video coming on how to use this tool soon 🙂

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Nvidia Tegra Note 7 Super Tool

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Nvidia Tegra Note 7 Super Tool

Warning use at your own risk. I have tested this on my own EVGA Nvidia Tegra Note 7 on android 4.4.2 and it works great.
I HAVE BEEN TOLD BY SOME THIS DOESN’T WORK ON THE ADVENT VEGA NOTE 7 BUT OTHER SAY IT DOES WORK, SO USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

tool

 

tool 2

1. adb and fastboot driver install
2. unlock bootloader
3. Restore / unbrick device
4. Flash stock android recovery
5. install ClockWorkMod recovery Bat version
6. Install TeamWin / TWRP recovery
7. Root access in recovery with supersu

this is a pretty easy to use tool just read & follow the steps and it will walk you right through. Hope this is helpful to some noobs out there that dont know how to use android SDK.

How to use the Super Tool Video
Tegra Note 7 Super Tool Video
Updated Video for Version 2.0

Link to my download page where you can find the tool and lots of other great files.

Nvidia Tegra Note 7 Super Tool newest version

NEWEST VERSION 2.5
CHANGE LOG
VERSION 1.2
1. Adjusted the cwm recovery install to boot you to recovery after install
2. Cleaned up script
3. After each option tool will now reboot to menu options again
4. Root option now temp boots recovery to flash Supersu. Keeps you on stock recovery if you want it for ota updates.
5. Fixed a problem with the restore files keeping ota’s from installing right.
VERSION 1.3
1. Added stock recovery flash
2. updated restore files to 4.3 new 7MB ota
3. added a wipe data factory reset or reboot option to the restore process
4. cleaned up the script
VERSION 1.4
1. added driver install and test feature
2. added better graphical features
3. cleaned up script
VERSION 1.5
1. fixed CWM recovery flash not working. and stock recovery being restored
2. cleaned up script
VERSION 2.0
1. Updated restore files for KITKAT 4.4.2
2. updated to newest SuperSU.zip for root
VERSION 2.1
1. Added write to SD card fix for kitkat option 7
2. moved driver install and test to option 8
VERSION 2.2
1. updated restore files to new ota 4.4.2-2.1
2. updated supersu.zip to 1.94
3. tested all updated files
VERSION 2.3
1. Updated restore files to New OTA 4.4.2-2.3
2. Updated stock recovery to 4.4.2-2.3
VERSION 2.4
1. Updated restore files to New OTA 4.4.2-2.4
2. Updated stock recovery to 4.4.2-2.4
VERSION 2.4.T
1. Added TWRP Recovery to super tool thanks to shaky156
VERSION 2.4.1
1. updated super tool to 2,4,1 ota
2. updated supersu to version 2.00
3. Updated stock recovery to 2.4.1 ota
4. dont forget the TWRP is now functioning
VERSION 2.5
1. updated to OTA 2.5
2. added new supersu
3. cleaned up script
4. killed adb server on close
HUGE thanks to Matt Groff for helping with all off the files and script.

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