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Old January 30th, 2012, 09:47 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by nemodot View Post
Everything works fine until I get to do sudo adb device

I get,

sudo: adb: command not found

But then it seems to work if I use it like: sudo ./adb device

That gives me this

List of devices attached
016B23BC0502802A device

But when I go to the next step and I do sudo ./adb push su /sdcard/su

I get,

failed to copy 'su' to '/sdcard/su': Permission denied


Debugging mode is enabled, I do not know what is missing.
Are you in the folder where the su file is located? If you are able to see your phone when running adb devices you should be good to go....as long as you are in the correct folder in your terminal....like:
billybobscomputer:~/Android/RootFiles$

also, if you run the "ls" command you should see the su file along with the other files needed for rooting. Hope this helps!
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