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    Article: Galaxy Nexus Permanent Root accessed, painless process revealed

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    If I had one it'd be done. Man I wish for one of these.

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    ^^^ waddya mean if you had one? I thought you'd be the first to do it.

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    Lol, there's no way I'll be getting one. Just no money. I want it so badly, but its just not to be....

    IF I had one the first thing I'd do is root it. Had my Evo 3D rooted within an hour of it being available.

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    It was my understanding that Google specifically allowed their phones to be open by default. What happened? Both the Nexus One and Nexus bootloaders can be unlocked by default without any effort. Why is a "permanent" jailbreak needed? I thought mostly the new HTC + Motorola devices do this.

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