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That comes from Ranma 1/2. Ranma asked Akane to wake up him up, and she did that by throwing water on him. He then said:

何しやがるんだ!
What the hell are ya doing!

When she left, he then thought out loud

くそー アカネの奴。 まったく可愛くねー 起こし方しやがって!
That damn Akane, waking me up in the uncutest way ever!

I know "yagaru" is an unpositive version of "morau, kureru".

Yet, I'd instead say

おい、何しやがる|しやがった!
ったくアカネの奴、全然可愛くねえ起こし方しやがった。

People said this "tte" makes the sentence more emotive. Can you guys explain this further, any give more examples of how to use it?

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    The following forms, which you used above, do not even exist: やがた、やがてる and やがてた. – l'électeur Jul 16 '17 at 12:21
  • 写真アップしました。見てください。 – Vinicius Oliveira Jul 17 '17 at 17:44
  • The screen shots appear to be quite different from the text you typed in the question. – snailcar Jul 17 '17 at 19:39
  • I came with this query after finishing the game. I didn't recall those setences precisely. I'll fix them – Vinicius Oliveira Jul 18 '17 at 0:20
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まったく可愛くねー 起こし方しやがっ

In colloquial speech, the te-form of a verb at the end of a sentence can express 非難 (reproach/criticism/condemnation) or 不満 (complaint/dissatisfaction).

Examples:

「太郎ったら、また脱いだものほったらかしにし!」
「もう、ケンカばっかりし!いいかげんにしなさい!」
「どいつもこいつも、俺をバカにしやがっ!」

As a side note, the て-form at the end of a sentence can also express 命令/依頼(command/request), 釈明(explanation), 感嘆(exclamation), etc.

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It is merely a omitted form of some sort of longer sentence like:

○○(し)やがって(、嫌いだ・困る。)<-omitted


Added:

し is the 連用形 of する,て can be understood as a 接続助詞。

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