Originally Posted by runsondiesel
My experience with the last update (November) was that it wouldn't run rooted. When I tried unrooting it with superoneclick, then doing a factory reset, it still wouldn't run. It would download, then the progress bar would get to about 25% and the phone would reboot. Then there was an error message. At that point I said to hell with it and re-ran superoneclick and cleaned house of all the vzw garage again.
I restored Innovpath last night, it downloaded the 080 build (the November one not the new 100 build) and did the same thing. That's why I was asking rjglenn what he was doing that I wasn't when his unrooted with a factory reset. I still don't understand it, but the phone runs well and I'm happy with it like it is. Paxchristos is probably right that the "security fixes" in the new build will eliminate the possibility of re-rooting, so I'm just going to leave it alone...unless ICS happens to push to the Commando. YMMV.
I have read that you could not root the version 2.3.3, but after I loaded the latest version of superoneclick it rooted the phone fine and I now have superuser access. The latest version of superoneclick had the zergrush with it and that apparently is what is needed to root the 2.3.3.
I'm just worried that if I do accept the latest update it will ruin all the time it took me to get it where it should be for now.
I guess that since its rooted, I do not have to automatically accept the download?? This way I can wait for superoneclick to get whatever programming is needed to root the updated version.