Tutorials here at Android Explained are very complicated and this is something that you should know ahead of time. Most of the things I talk about here involve rooting your device, making changes to the /system partition and fundamentally changing how your smartphone, tablet or smartwatch operates. There are dozens of things that can go wrong and you personally need to take full responsibility for them.
To make things clear. I am not responsible for anything you do to your devices. The tutorials written here are based on things that are created by the community and there are some risks involved. I am happy to help in any way I that I can, but sometimes issues simply cannot be resolved. Following the tutorials here could result in you hard bricking your device. OEMs do a great job of creating alternative ways to fix a soft bricked device, but again, these tools that I talk about are created by the community and nothing is perfect.
I will always do my best to make sure the tutorials written are very detailed and I will do my best to explain the whole process to you. Other than physically doing the whole process for you(which I can’t do :p), this is the best that I can do. Again, if you run into an issue or something errors during the tutorial, I will go to Google and search as much as I can to see if anyone else has come across the same thing you have. If no one else has, and I can’t reproduce the issue, then I simply cannot help. If you are able to figure out what happened and you can fix it, I would be very grateful if you came back to the website and replied to your own comment, detailing how you got around it.
The more information that is listed on the tutorial page the better for the other readers of the community that come across the same issue that you did.