Originally Posted by Gyannea
Okay, thanks. It does. I already did a fastboot oem unlock and I did lose a trivial amount of stuff (one app that I am developing anyways). My real goal is to install hcidump on the phone because the new HDP Bluetooth implementation appears to be having issues at the connection level.
However, when I try push, remount, mount, etc. I get a 'not allowed. If I do an 'su' in the adb shell I get that the command doesn.t exist. I've been sweating with USB drivers and unlocking since yesterday evening ALL to put hcidump in system/xbin!!
Are you are looking at / using the first, manual method above?
Did you do the "adb root
" before the "adb remount
Also, after you do the soft-boot (step K) of the unsecured boot image, it only "lasts" for one reboot cycle...i.e., for the purpose of the manual method, its just booting the unsecured boot image so that you'll be able to do the adb commands shown in step N to insert the root binaries (su and Superuser.apk).
You could insert your hcidump binary at the same time / place that you are doing the su/Superuser.apk files--you'll just need to make sure you've done the soft-boot right before trying to connect with adb to push the files.
Does that make sense?
Hope that helps!