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Old January 7th, 2013, 01:31 AM   #265 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by r_hippy View Post
rasta4rest I manually added the su 3.1.3
after all was said and done with following the first post All was good till
I Added the su 3.1.3 manually then when I rebooted it was denying superuser rights
so I manualy deleted the new su and when through the whole 9 again and never turned off the wifi ( that's what I think happened) so no superuser / root any more
but the phone works other wise..
in the wifi settings it is always trying to turn on .. and after a few attempts
just under it it would display "wifi on" but it says "error"
the img meaning a system image I can use to restore it to factory files and permissions via my computer..

@tommytopdrive that link you referred to what su would be used in our case ..?

ARM devices (2.0 4.1)

md5: b3c89f46f014c9df7d23b94d37386b8a
binary only
md5: d78ec986923b72dfdaa71d1db731a8f3

md5: 6462ac14cd38ed7c539ce3e29a6b92a8

x86 devices (2.0 4.1)

md5: f44c94dd5fc7129cd95632eb5bbadadd
binary only
md5: 03fdb41778723e807d5d8c3586ee2fbc

md5: ac3a002b8e6d16a06e8895122089b8e7
1. If you have already installed GNM Recovery , then it's easy because you can re-root your device via Recovery Mode. No need additional files.
After that , you can change the permission /system/etc/ to rwxrwxrwx [chmod 0777] to fix your wifi.

2. If not , you can go check HERE , this method is best solution for your case [i've encountered the same exact problem , now it's solved]. What you need only flashing GNM Recovery for Commando , which you can find HERE.
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